Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Random Dozen - The Lost


1. Have you ever been so lost that you were really afraid? Nope....but there's still time.

2. Have you ever been to an island? Yes. Some friends and I were boating on the Mississippi River and ventured to an island. We spent quite a bit of time on the beach and painted our bodies with the river mud. Our very own private spa treatment. ahahaha

3. Are you more of a thinker or feeler? Feeler.

4. Do you tend to see issues or situations in life as black and white or shades of gray? Most issues are black and white.

5. If you were stuck on an island, what book would you hope to have with you (Let's pretend the Bible is already there, so you can't say that.) 1001 Ways to Cook Fish and Sea Food.

6. What are you most afraid of? The cancer coming back.

7. Would you rather lose all of your old memories or never be able to make new ones? I want to make new ones and enjoy life now rather than live in the past.

8. Pretend I'm looking at a scrapbook page about you. There are three spaces for you to drop in individual pictures. What are those pictures of, and why did you select them? One of me and on my Harley. Because you're never too old to take risks and do what you enjoy. One with my dad....where we are both bald. As a reminder that family is what's important ... and there are so many things that cancer cannot do or take away. The third one hasn't been taken yet. It will be of me in my cap and gown after graduation. You should always follow your dreams.

9. If you were re-doing your wedding, what would you do differently? (If you're single, tell me one thing you would do if you were planning a wedding OR huge party.) When the hubby and I married, it was beautiful. Small, simple, filled with love. I wouldn't change a thing.

10. Tell me one thing you know/believe about forgiveness. There is no love without forgiveness and there is no forgiveness without love. Bryant McGill

11. You're waiting in a doctor's office. What is your favorite way to pass that time? Am I alone or are there other people waiting too? This definitely makes a difference.

12. If there were a clone of you in a parallel universe what is one way you hope she/he would be the same as you and one way you hope she/he would be better? Either not have cancer at all or find it sooner. I would hope that she is a believer and finds her way to the cross at a much younger age.

 Thanks for stopping by and reading my random answers. This is such a fun meme. If you'd like to join in, just hop on over to Lidna's at 2nd Cup of Coffee. She'll explain everything.

Peace and Joy,
Susan

Luke 6:37 (New King James Version) “Judge not, and you shall not be judged. Condemn not, and you shall not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven.

16 comments:

Pam said...

Thanks for sharing, I love learning about the people that I've grown to care about.

Cortney said...

Good one, on #5.

Joyce said...

You had some good answers today. Its always interesting to see the different directions people take with the questions.

#5 is what I should have said : )

gigi said...

I loved your answers and I always do! Blessings on your day!

Betty said...

Love your answer to Nr.8. So meaningful and true.
Nr. 5 was funny and also good. :)
I like getting to know you better!

Melli said...

That must have been a FUN day on that island! LOL! And I would imagine that your fear is a hard one to get past. Fortunately you DID find your way to the cross!

It's so fun to see the different directions people take with the questions. Thanks for sharing.

Heart2Heart said...

Susan,

You are so inspiring! After all you've been through with dealing and battling with cancer, you are one of my real life heroes! I love your attitude and zest for life. It's contagious!

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Lea said...

Always enjoy stopping by your blog and I don't think that I knew that you were a cancer survivor. How awesome and I pray that you will remain that way. What an accomplishment, college graduation. Many blessings to you!

KrippledWarrior said...

FORGIVENESS is the most God-like thing a human can do...

Just Breathe said...

Love your answer to #5 on the cook book. Sorry about #6, glad your okay. I agree with #12 and knowing God sooner, I was in my
30's.

Nel said...

Enjoyed your answers as always! That island trip sounds fun! Thanks for sharing and congratulations on your graduation!

until next time... nel

Mary said...

Love your #5! I also love it when someone's response is that they wouldn't change anything about their wedding...that's the way it's suppose to be.

Sweet Tea said...

#10
is such a rich and important answer. Love that quote!
Hope you're having a good day, GF.

Jan said...

A very thoughtful post, enjoyed reading it. Yes I have had cancer ops too.
Great to come up with the cookbook .... first catch your fish!
Blessings.

Cathy said...

I love your answers and I would love to see your scrapbook page.

H-Mama said...

I enjoy learning more about you when reading Linda's randoms. You have such a positive attitude... Praying this cancer is long gone and never returns! Amen!

#5 made me giggle. ;)