Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Q and A Part 1 of.....

WHAT was I thinking when I told you guys to ask me questions and I'd be answering them? Yikes, you all are some deep thinkers. If you have no idea what I'm talking about please go and read this post and join in on my "give away". I am excited about doing a small part to reach those outside of my little world. It's been very cool to hear from some of you and have you joining with me.

Ok...so now onto some questions. Obviously I will not bore you with answering them all at once. So I will pick a few to do today and then will answer the rest in MANY posts to come.

Other than the friends you've made in the blogosphere and their support during this past year, what surprising yet great thing has being a blogger brought into your life?

Since I can't mention the friends and their support then I guess I would have to say the ability to connect with people all over the world. The accountability I have. And I really do know the Lord better because of being a part of the blog world.

Is there a song that really touched you this past year?

Wow, I love music, it's hard to pick just one. So I'll give you a couple. I love "Healer" by Planetshakers and "One Touch" by Nicole C Mullen.

As far as a question, hmmmm: what makes you laugh? Like full belly, tears down your face, crossing your legs, laugh?

What makes you think I cross my legs, huh???? Anyway, if I have to be really honest (and I know this is not nice) I find it hysterical when people trip and fall!!

What is THE MOST important thing you've learned about being a Christian? In other words, what one thing once learned, turned your life around?

THE MOST important thing is the fact that if I don't believe that God really loves me, it is a sin. That was life changing for me for when I learned that I needed to confess the sin of unbelief. I felt certain that God loved everyone else but it seemed so hard to believe that it was true of me. Once I asked forgiveness for that sin of not believing Him...freedom!!

If you had one wish and only one wish, what would you wish for?

Truly it would be that my kids would LOVE the Lord and have hearts that are fully committed to Him.

How often do you have to color your hair?

Color my hair? What exactly does that mean and why do you think I color it? Is it not possible that my hair is that beautiful color all on it's own. (at least every 6 weeks)

That is probably a good place to stop, don't ya think. Don't want to put you all to sleep. I really do love doing this because it will be a great record of a lot of things I haven't thought about in a long time. There are some really great questions still to be answered. Thanks so much for joining with me. Please go post on my give away if you haven't already so that I can donate even more to the Mossy Foot Project.


JMBMOMMY said...

Can't wait to see the rest...

Alicia, The Snowflake said...

Oh how fun! I think that is one of my greatest wishes too. I want my son to have a personal relationship with the One True God. May he know His power in his life.

Thanks for sharing my friend! I hope you are having a great week!

Heather of the EO said...

This is fun!

I laugh when people trip and fall too. IT'S FUNNY. (As long as they don't get hurt)

Amrita said...

Thanks for answeringthe questions. This sounds like a press conference

Pam said...

i definately join you in your greatest wish... this is a neat contest you are doing!

Paula (SweetPea) said...

Great start...of course, we are NOT falling asleep. When I read the question about hair coloring, I just knew you'd have an answer exactly like you did. You're just enhancing your natural beauty and naturally beautiful color, right? Enhancing...remember that one.


nancygrayce said...

Good answers! That is also my greatest wish! Graduating college and being successful is great, but means nothing without Christ!

Tea With Tiffany said...

Wow, I am going to have to stop by longer and read your Q and A. I like it so much, I might do this kind of thing on my blog sometime.

Happy Blog Anniversary! I can't believe I've been blogging 4 years now...