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One Question Wednesday Time Again!


Ok everybody, let's get ready to play another round of One Question Wednesday! Get your thinking caps on and come up with one question to ask me, or any other blogger that is willing to play along.  You send me a question (you can post it in the comments below anytime today or tomorrow), and I'll answer it in a Q&A post on Wednesday evening. There's a catch though... if I answer your question I get to ask you one to answer on your blog as well! :-)   Still not sure what this is all about?  Check out the OQW Q&A page on The Ranting Monkey's blog. He's my partner in crime in co-sponsoring this game and his blog is a very entertaining read! By all means leave a question on his page too if you're so inclined... he loves questions as much as I do!  Get your fellow-bloggers involved in One Question Wednesday... send them a question and ask them to answer it and send one back. If they do, leave a link here so we can all enjoy your responses!

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  1. All right, I've been waiting for this moment. Here's the question that's been running through my mind since last week.

    You mentioned that you are hypersensitive to lights, sounds and smells. It just made me wonder how you and your Papa Bear work things out? I mean, even without being hypersensitive to certain things, sharing a home with someone else can be daunting... so I can't help but wonder how you manage with this added challenge?

    Thanks!

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    1. Bozo, you question is...How and why did you choose the career path you are on, and what do you envision your life to be like ten years from now?

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    2. Oh dear... I don't have a career path! Shall I answer this anyway or would you like to adjust it a bit?

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    3. Bozo, you can tell us what it is you are doing now, and then proceed with the second part! :-)

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    4. My answer is up on my blog :)

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  2. OK, my question....

    If you were given the ability to change one thing about the human race, and only one thing, what would you change and why?

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    1. Monkey, here's your question... Assuming you had all the education, talent and skills required, what would be the career of your dreams, and what would be the recreational activity you'd most like to try?

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  3. Of the seven tattoos you have is there one that you regret getting and why?

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    1. L, here is your question... Having experienced the highs and lows of relationships, what advice would you give your daughter when it comes to chosing a partner?

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    2. Wow, this is a deep question! I like it =)

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  4. Who is your (non-related) personal hero, and why?

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    1. Your question, McGuffy Ann... "You've been with your husband for 31 years, what factors have contributed to keeping your marriage strong, and what have been the biggest challenges?"

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    2. Ooh...great question! Communication is a basic element to any successful relationship. You must also respect each other. It sounds so simple, but it is true. We treat each other the way we want to be treated, and we put the other first. Challenges have been beyond our control, such as my health, employment issues (now he's a long haul trucker), family...but we have remained committed and take our vows seriously. We also have fun together and share everything!

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    3. I so love your answer, McGuffy, and I'm glad you are home and recouperating and came by to share with us! Communication... isn't that the key to just about every human relationship issue that exists in any environment? I am big on communication, my ex flatly refused to open up and communicate when there were issues we needed to resolve. Angry words and insults solve nothing, it takes calmer, rational minds. Too many folks nowdays don't see marriage as a committment but rather a disposible commodity that can be easily abandoned for little or no reason. Having fun, that's a keyword too, Nothing makes me more sad than seeing couples out in public such as at a restaurant that have almost nothing to say to each other the whole time. John and I have a wonderful time together, there is no one I would rather be with and no place I would rather be than by his side. We work it thru together and we are there for each other good times and bad. It looks like you andd your husband have that down to a science. May God give you many more blessed years together!

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    1. Yes, Ma'am Soul Sis, it is still Tuesday, :-) Some of us post our questions early to give the other person time to think about their answers. You can post a question for me here anytime today or tomorrow or tomorrow nite, I'll answer them as they come in and as I have time! You already have your question from me, so you are good to go! :-)

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  6. Must I post on my blog to play this ?

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    1. Hi JL! No, you don't have to post on your blog to play. I can post your question here and send it to you via FB msg, and you can post your answer to it here in the comments. You can leave a question for me here as well! :-) I'll be sending out some questions this evening when I get off work.

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  7. You are planning a trip to a gorgeous island where you will spend the most relaxing week all by yourself with nobody around. You are allowed to take only three items, aside from clothing, what would you take with you and why?

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    1. Chele, your question... "You have had some wonderful family nights at your house, what would you say are the most endearing, and the most challenging personality traits of each family member, including yourself?"

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    2. Ya see what she did there? She asked 10 questions in 1.

      Josie is the master!

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    3. Hehehe, it's a multi-part question that covers a lot of area, sneaky, huh?! I love multi-part questions!

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  8. My question for you is: If you could go back and change something regarding being a parent, what would you change?

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    1. Hi Kristi, here's your question... Based on your experiences, what are your hopes and dreams for your daughter and what advice would you give her about life?

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  9. Okay now, Josie... go easy on me this time around :o)

    Of all the places you've lived in your life, which was your favorite and why?

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    1. Ok Pen, here's your question... Other than your wedding or the birth of your sons, what do you recall as one of the happiest days of your life, and why does it stand out above other memories?

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    2. Oh, I like this question! :o) Looking forward to hearing your answer, too.

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  10. Ok, here i is, my password issue was a computer glitch, not my senile :))

    My question for you is : do you have resentments as deep as i do about new mexico? Would you ever live there again.

    My wed post is up.

    OX

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  11. In case my feed is still acting up, just letting you know my answers are up in a new post.

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    1. I'm just settling in to work on my answers now, Monkey, then I'll get around to see what everyone has written. Yes, your feed has issues. I wonder if Blogger knows something about you that we don't? Maybe all your posts go thru CIA channels first! Hmmmm :-))

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    2. Lol, perhaps. It shows up in Chele's feed so hopefully it's coming up elsewhere as well.

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