Wednesday, May 14, 2008

It's Your Turn

Life is relatively uneventful these days and there really isn't much to write about. I try and write something at least twice a week, but right now, there's not a whole lot going on and my "profound" thoughts are lost in space somewhere. So, I thought I'd follow the lead of another blogger whose blog I regularly read and ask my readers to comment with the burning questions you want know about me. I'm taking a risk here because if no one wants to know anything about me, I'll feel like a self-centered dolt. But, I'm desperate for material here, so - I'm willing to risk it. Let's give it a try, shall we? I invite you to ask a question of me. I will then turn your questions into a blog post. Let's see how this goes. Anonymous comments are welcome.

To my friends out there who I know read this blog (you know who you are), I expect you to come to my rescue if I don't get any comments, okay?


Anne said...

I'll start......if the two of us could leave tomorrow for a girls weekend to some exotic location, where would we go? As you can see, I'm dreaming of getting away........:)

julie w said...

ok Ann, what's your favourite drink (alchoholic, or otherwise) and who would you prefer to share it with?

Anne only wants a weekend?? I want a fortnight!!

lesleegp said...

I found your blog when you wrote the "new physician" letter and it was on another blog. You truly inspire me as a mother......anyway, just wonder how you manage to work and take care of all that you have to do? What is your profession?

Keep blogging......I like to hear about Jack and everyone else!

Anonymous said...

What did you want to be when you grew up?

Anonymous said...

What would your perfect day consist of?
Who was your fave band while you were in high school?
If you could have lunch with anyone, dead/alive who would it be?
(it better be me ;)


Cynthia said...
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Cindy said...

Has having two children with special needs changed your political and/or religious views? If so, how have they changed?