Day 21-24 of Honesty Blogging

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Day 21: The person or persons that do not read my blog but I wish he/she/they would is…

I’ve been in the right place at the right time several times for some opportune blogging letters. I would love to open up my email and find a comment from Starbucks girl or what Best Buy Guy thinks since he would read I used him to cross something off my bucket list…

Day 22 — Allowing another person to fully love me means they must…

To me, when someone has fully loved me that means they’ve seen me at my best and my worst: financially, spiritually, mentally, physically, psychologically and actually stuck with me.

I’m easily open with my worst features… I like scaring people off weeds out the people you don’t want in your life. Although sometimes it may seem I’m at my best; I haven’t given it to you. I’ve saved that part of myself for people who I want to do all for.

Day 23 — Allowing another person to fully love me means I must…

Trust them. To let them in my life. To share things about myself that very few people know. As I’ve explained to a potential boyfriend…you don’t understand the trek it is into my life. There’s a castle with a tall tower before you get to the castle there’s a moat and a wall as thick and high as the wall of China. By the way, at the bottom of the tower is a dragon.

Day 24 — Given the choice between having to live the rest of my life without my voice, or living the rest of my life without the ability to hear, I would choose…

To lose my voice, willingly. Words are so easily said and unable to be taken back…

Sounds are beautiful gorgeous things I cannot imagine not being able to hear an orchestra or the boom that comes with fireworks.

**I’m not completely back I did pass my test that I took in May and I’ve been recuperating from having to be at the computer 24/7 (sometimes it feels like that) I deactivated my FB so I had to get in some procrastination time somehow…)

Day 20 of Honesty Blogging

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Day 20 — I’m half naked, cold, tired, hungry, hurt, wet and just washed up on a deserted island. The first things I need to do to survive is…

Get dry… I freak out when I’m sticky and wet. Then thinking about sand sticking to me. Then not knowing how I’m going to be found. This thought process is just going downhill.

Definitely, get dry. Find water. Are there berries around, nonpoisonous of course… Who knows how long I’d be able to survive?  I’m going to find out the hard way…

I apologize for my lack of posts. I’ve been studying nonstop for my REG test I’m taking on May 29th. Almost exactly one month from now and I dove into stress, freak out, cram mode last week! 

Day 19 Of Honesty

Day 19 — The film that best describes how my day-to-day life feels is…

I must confess I needed help on this one. So, I asked my boyfriend, the film guru. Anyway, he suggested Despicable Me… at first I was like, WHAT? Then he explained… well your family is pretty crazy and you deal with them everyday…

The more I thought about it the more I agreed. My family is crazy and they are definitely a handful. My siblings can be overbearing all the time  sometimes to the point that when they ask me to take them somewhere I drop them off and leave I am somehow coerced into staying and spending money on them.

I suppose you can say I come off as Gru. Completely evil except when it comes to my family; I will run you over.  I will definitely stand up for them and fight their fight for them or alongside them.

At the end of the day, I shake my head at them but inside I’m grateful for them.

 

Day 18 Of Honesty

 

Day 18 — I would agree or disagree that high school is/was the time of my life… Because…

Disagree, although I did love my high school days, kinda. I believe one should continually seek to make one’s life better each and every day. Make it better spiritually, emotionally, intellectually, etc. There is also the issue of being content where I am if I’m looking back to better days it’s keeping me from living better days.

 

Day 17 Of Honesty

 

Day 17 — There are many mysteries in the universe. If there were one truth I could learn, it would be…

The extent of the universe. I know earth and the other planets in our solar system is in the milky way galaxy and that there are billions of other galaxies but where does it end or does it end?

 

As a Christian that thought and possibility leaves me in awe of my Creator, God: the extent of his power and intellect.

 

 

 

 

Day 15 Of Honesty

 

Day 15 — Given the choice between infinite time or infinite money, I would choose…

Infinite money of course! I would not only be able to spend money on myself but on other people as well. I could give any amount to whatever cause or charity. I think its a better choice than infinite time. There are too many variables to think about. With money it’s infinite and that’s all I need to know. I can spend money on other people so they can join in the fun with me! Right now, I’m at the place where I’ve got a good amount saved up to spend it on different things I want to do what I’m lacking is the companionship. Now all I would need to do is find a part-time job accommodating to my traveling bug 🙂

Although now that I think about it…maybe I should set up a company that my selected friends and family can take turns working at so they could accompany me too!

Day 8 of Honesty

Day 8  If I could afford it, the piece of famous artwork you would find in my home is…

 

Monet. Sunrise.

 

I could stare at this painting all day long. The sunrise. The ships. The boats. The color. The brushstrokes. Amazing.

It was really hard to pick one. I also loved Van Gogh’s Starry Starry night.

Day 6 of Honesty

Day 06 — My worst cooking disaster involved _____________ and this person/these people…

I was about 12 years old or so; I was babysitting these kids, who at the time were spoiled rotten. Their mom would only cook them food that they liked to eat or they wouldn’t eat what you prepare them.

It was breakfast. I scrambled eggs with onions and some meat. I even had fried rice, of course my siblings ate it but the kids I was babysitting, did not even look at it.

I can’t remember how the rest of the day went but I think it was about that time I decided: if I ever had kids, no question about it, if they liked it or not they would eat it.