Friday, September 30, 2005

Just sqeaking these in before Friday is over...

September 30, 2005

Q1: If you were given the opportunity to use a syringe full of sodium pentothal (truth serum) on any two or three people in the world (they can be either dead or alive, by the way), who would you choose to use it on and what questions do you think you might ask?

Q2: Do you have a favorite childhood memory (by childhood, think ages 3 to 18-years-old)? If you don't or would rather not share it, what was your favorite part of yesterday?

Q3: If an impending natural disaster was forecasted for your town or geographical region, how confident would you be in your own ability to evacuate to a safe location? Along the same lines, how confident are you in your own city or town's evacuation plan and capabilities?

Q4: When was the last time you spent en entire morning or afternoon (4 hours or more) exclusively out-of-doors, and what was it that you did during that period of time?

1.Yeah, there are three people I'd like to know the truth from, not because they lied to me, it's just that I'd like to know something they haven't shared: From the first person I'd like to know "Why?" and "Do you regret it"? From the second person I'd like to know "How could you?" and "Are you as happy as you thought you would be?" And from the third person I'd like to know "What was that all about? What did it mean?"
That's all I'm going to say about that.

2. I have many incredible childhood memories. But the one that comes to mind easily tonight is one I just talked about last weekend.
The year I was 16 or 17, we got adventuresome and instead of taking the 1-5 south to Palm Springs, we went further inland and drove through Idaho and Utah. The day we saw Bryce Canyon and spent the night at Ruby's Inn stands out as a very special 24 hour period in my life.

3. Natural disaster? I'm guessing it would be an earthquake. We don't get many hurricanes in this neck of the woods. And no, I'm not ready. Well, I'm ready to die, like I know I'm going to heaven. But I'm not prepared with water purification tablets, tin foil blankets or canned soup. Guess I'm living in denial that I'll have to worry about an earthquake of epic proportions in my life time.

4. Last Saturday, at the lake, I suntanned.

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