March 16th Questions:
1. For a person you loved deeply, would you be willing to move to a distant country knowing there would be little chance of seeing your friends and family again? Explain.
Isn’t that what telephones and internet are for? As it is, I don’t often see my friends and family, yet I live within 200 miles of most. I talk to exactly 2 people on the phone regularly besides CP. One of them is my trainer, the other my best friend of many years. Exciting, huh?
Would I be willing to move? Well, doesn’t that depend on where we’d be moving to? With the arthritis and fibro, some climates are good for me, some not so good for me. That would be taken into consideration as well as any financial gains made by the move. There would be a lot to consider.
2. Do you believe in ghosts or evil spirits? Explain, please. Would you be willing to spend a night alone in a remote house that is supposedly haunted? Have you ever seen, or thought you’ve seen, a ghost or evil spirit? If so, what did you do? If not, how do you think you’d react?
About 6 months after she had passed away, I awoke to find my mother standing over my bed one night. Now, please remember that I was only 5 yrs old. I’m sure it was the ghost of my mother because of what she was wearing. That same night, my father and brothers woke to her presence standing over them as well. So, you can’t tell me that ghosts don’t exist on some level.
Would I be willing to spend the night in a haunted house? I guess it would depend if I was by myself or not. I really don’t like being home alone after dark. Funny, because I’m fine outside by myself in the dark, just not inside.
3. If you were to die this evening with no opportunity to communicate with anyone, what would you most regret not having told someone? Why haven’t you told them yet?
I’d regret not telling Dude that he’s a great kid. I was grumpy and frustrated that I had to nag at him every step of the way this morning to get him ready for school. He was rather argumentative himself.
I didn’t tell him because I didn’t have time. It really was nag, nag, nag all the way up until the bus came.
4. If you could spend one year in perfect happiness but afterward would remember nothing of the experience, would you do so? If not, why not?
Perfect happiness? I don’t think such a creature exists.