Saturday, January 17, 2009

52 Questions challenge

I found this great challenge today. 52 questions to inspire you.
I will be listing the questions and my answers each week, so join in on the fun as well. Love to hear others answers as well.

It is once a week from the start of the year, so there will be a couple now and then just one a week going forward.

question 1: what do i wish for this year to bring?
answer: peace. Standard answer but although I do wish the world peace this year I am speaking selfishly here. When I say peace what I mean is calm. This past year was so crazy and truly stressful (who am I kidding, the last 3 years have been that way) that I just want to be able to breath this year. Selling the house will help that as will getting back to work I think. The biggest way to obtain peace and calm I think is to learn to handle the punches a little better. I can get really worked up for sure (I'm Irish, enough said) and that is my flaw that I think if I fix will help me obtain a more calm environment.

question2: am i afraid of change?
answer: Absolutely Not. I thrive on change. I look at my life like chapters in a book. The book would be pretty boring if the story never changed. The only thing that stops me from making huge changes in my life are my boys. I think a childs life should remain as constant as it can (Trevor asked me today if he had to change schools would he have to start over in the new school in Kindergarten, they just don't get change) without being dull. I hate dull!

The third question will be posted at the start of next week. I would love to hear from you, how would you answer these questions?????


Staci said...

I love the way kids think! Change is definitely hard for them. I know that after we moved, my son was so confused. He didn't grasp the concept of a new house and thought we'd be leaving behind all of his toys (and everything else we own).

I love the idea of change, but sometimes it's much harder to deal with in reality. So I'd say I am a little afraid of change.

PamperingBeki said...

That sounds like a great series!

I'm not a big fan of change. I get a little freaked out.