May 17

Great Questions – Part 3

Posted by lori . 7 Comments

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This month, for my “If I Die Today” posts, I’m asking some questions that are interesting (even fun) to think about.  They may also be helpful in deciding what’s really important to you and to those that love you.  I’m using them to help me sort through and make peace with my heirlooms, photos and memorabilia.

These questions were inspired by my friend, Amy, and conversations she shared with me (I like to give credit where credit is due).  Here’s this week’s question:

What 5 things tell the story of your life?

You can look at this question in a variety of ways…chronological, narrative (literal or figurative), quirky, whimsical…each one can help you define your story.

Daily Inspiration

 

Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future.

Paul Boese

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7 Responses to " Great Questions – Part 3"

  • Declan says:

    My friends
    My muscles
    My mums
    My dog gate / cat protector!
    My scars

    Deccy x

  • Hmmm, that’s a good one, I will have to think about it.
    One thing would certainly be all the dogs who have made my life better by sharing it with me.
    Lynne x

  • Why am I finding it so hard to answer this series of questions? It’s almost like I have no life to speak of. Very disconcerting.

    Deccy …. BWAH HAHA!

  • houndstooth says:

    Wow! That’s hard! I’d have to really ponder that…

  • Patty says:

    I’m not sure. My husband and my dogs, maybe.

  • Amy says:

    1)a particular photo of me at 11 months old where my expression really shows an independence and determination – when anyone who knows me sees that look they know what it means 🙂
    2)the first painting I really liked that I did at 14
    1)my diploma because I was valedictorian so I got a full scholarship
    3)my wedding ring because being married to my husband is important
    4)my dogs adoption papers because they let me fulfill my need to nurture

    I never ask Lori a question I have got an answer for 🙂
    No wonder Tyler says I think too much sometimes lol

  • Hm, that’s a tough one! I’d say:
    1. My photography
    2. My Family
    3. My Nola
    4. My intelligence
    5. My dreams
    Nola’s Mom


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