I was catching up with my blog reading when I discovered that LisaF over at Peripheral Perceptions had called me out in one of her posts with this challenge. So I’m giving it a try.
If you could go back in time and relive one moment, what would it be?
I suppose winning my JEOPARDY! game. I would have breathed, instead of hyperventilating.
If you could go back in time and change one thing, what would it be? Just one? There are so many. I suppose there was a friend with an illness, and I didn’t realize how significant it was, and I should have. If I had, I would have gone there to visit.
What movie/TV character do you most resemble in personality?
I have no idea. At some level, I suppose it’s one of those characters on that show the Big Bang Theory – which I don’t watch because I just can’t stand the laugh track – who knows a few things but is socially inept. I’m not as smart as those guys, but not as much of a dweeb either. Or Drew Carey on the Drew Carey Show.
If you could push one person off a cliff and get away with it, who would it be?
I honestly don’t think I could bring myself to push anyone off a cliff unless someone were trying to push me off a cliff and it were self-defense. Or I was defending someone else. Yeah, I might be able to do that.
Name one habit you want to change in yourself.
Going to that negative place. there might be five great things and one bad thing, and guess which one gets too much of my attention?
Describe yourself in one word.
Describe the person who named you in this meme in one word.
Why do you blog? (In one sentence)
Can it be a really LONG sentence?
I blog because I have found it useful, even necessary to write what I’m thinking and feeling, lest I interrupt my mental processing with ‘noise’; yet I’ve found it more beneficial through the interaction that has evolved with other, usually distant, people, not occasionally more meaningfully than those with people I see on a daily basis.
Now I’m suppose to pass this on and share the brain-racking insightful fun. So, I decided on YOU. You know who you are; if you think it’s you, it probably is. If you don’t, it’s probably you, too.