Thursday, July 27, 2006

You Asked!

    I sang that number a little differently it went something like this - - Miss Suzie had a steamboat, the steamboat had a bell TOOT TOOT, Miss Suzie went to heaven the steamboat went to HELLo operator give me number 9 if you disconnect me I'll chop off your behind the refridgerator there was a piece of glass Miss Suzie feel upon it and broker her little ask me  . . . blah blah and so on.

    Oh well . . .

    Q. If you were stuck in the movie ground hog day, what day of your life would you want to have to live over and over and over and over and over and over?

    Amanda :)
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    Comment from trickeytricky - 7/27/06 12:31 PM

      I'm not sure I would want to live any day over...maybe my wedding day and I would be more relaxed and not all freaked out and enjoy the day.  I would love to have one of Erics good childhood days back like maybe a trip to Del Rio where we went swimming and fishing.  Those were the days my friend, you wish they'd never end we'd sing and dance forever and a day. 

    okay; another one: When did you accept Jesus as your Savior?

    betty
    Comment from
    lv2trnscrb - 7/27/06 12:14 PM

      I accepted Jesus as my personal Savior on February 9th 1970.  I was baptised the next sunday on my birthday at the age of 9 years old.  I was raised in a Baptist church and attended everytime the doors were open.  I cherish my memories of church as a child and the time I spent in youth group learning more about Jesus from some very spiritual youth directors.  I know that Jesus lives in my heart and that one day I will go to Heaven to spend eternity with Him.  Thanks Betty great question!   

    oh my gosh, I just read Robin's question!!!! I will do one not quite so daring. Do you remember what the first order was that you took at the restaurant you used to work for?

    betty
    Comment from
    lv2trnscrb - 7/26/06 11:17 PM

      Yes Robin has been sent to the naughty chair and she is still in time out!  Now as for the answer to your question...I honestly can not remember what my first order was.  I worked there for 7 years....It could have been their specialty pig sandwich....or maybe something for breakfast like pancakes and bacon.  

    Hey Barbara,
    This is kinda a personal question, did you choose just to have one child or did you want more and just couldn't have them? Just wondered some people choose one child others want a big family. You're so sweet you seem like you would have been a great mom for a big family.
    Then if you could travel anywhere in the world for free and do whatever you wanted, where would that be and what would you do?
    Take care, Chrissie
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    Comment from nana0014 - 7/26/06 11:07 PM

      Not personal at all Chrissie...did you see Robins question? OM goodness LOL...anyway I always wanted alot of children.  Rick really just wanted a girl and a boy.  But God looked through his angels and went me the best one he had.  God knew that I would be busy working with other peoples children and would need time to do his work.  He did bless me with the most wonderful child and I thank the Lord daily for him.  I am waiting now on that child to produce me about 10 grandchildren.....hint hint...
    It isn't that we didn't try to have another child...I just never concieved after Eric. Thank you for your sweet comments
     
    If I could travel anywhere for free I would love to go to Italy and see the birthplace of my grandma and grandpa.  I think the scenery there is beautiful.  I would love to scuba dive in a blue ocean. 

      
    Where do you come up with these things, I never heard that but its cute. Paula
    Comment from
    plieck30 - 7/26/06 5:00 PM

      I steal them from other people..now the poem is just something we would say as kids out of the ear shot of Mom and Dad because this kind of language would mean a trip to the spanking session...yes my parents did spank us...mostly Mom...Daddy was the softie as far as spankings go...My mom was an expert...she was the one that the kids were went to at school for licks....I am glad I was brought up in a house that cared about my actions and disaplined me when I needed it.  That is what is wrong with alot of children today...they get to be the boss.

    I remember that little rhyme! :)

    Theresa
    Comment from
    butterflies4me04 - 7/26/06 4:30 PM

      

    How old were you when you lost your virginity and were you married at the time?
    Comment from
    robinngabster - 7/26/06 3:13 PM

      Robin, Robin, Robin...off to the naughty chair with you!
    If you must know I was 21 and I have only been with Rick.  I was raised by the word of God which says that you should be married.  I do not judge what others choose to do, I am only responsible for me.
     
    Okay....now if anyone else has a burning question they would like answered....Ask On!
     
    I ain't scarred...like Hadon says and I ain't scared neither!
    Barbara 

5 comments:

xxroxymamaxx said...

Hi Barbara!  I don't know how in the world I got here, but here I am. lol  I love your questions and your answers!  Hugs and GBU, Shelly

lv2trnscrb said...

Barbara; eloquently answered (Robin's). And thank you for answering both of mine. So neat you were saved so young in life. (BTW, Jim was my one and only, but I didn't wait quite until we were married; wished I had, though)

betty

magran42 said...

This is just too cool and you are sooooo brave.  With friends like Robin that take you at your word (you said "anything") you have to be brave.  It's wonderful to get to know you and these questions are really filling the bill on that.
Faye

trickeytricky said...

I'm glad you ain't scared! Hehehe, lovely answers, just lovely.

:-D

Take Care,

Amanda :)
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queenb8261 said...

Getting to knoooow you, getting to know alllll about you. (I'm not a very good singer).

Love ya, Barb