Huldra Forsvant (Theodor Kittelsen)

Huldra Forsvant (Theodor Kittelsen)
Huldra Forsvant (Theodor Kittelsen)

Monday, April 2, 2012

The Quiz

1. Something you reckon you'd be good at if you set your mind to it
2. Something you doubt you could ever be good at
3. A time you consider to be a positive turning point in your life
4. What happened at that time?
5. Something to be thankful for today

17 comments:

Ben McLaughlin said...

1. Something you reckon you'd be good at if you set your mind to it
2. Something you doubt you could ever be good at
3. A time you consider to be a positive turning point in your life
4. What happened at that time?
5. Something to be thankful for today

Wendy said...

Hmm, hard questions today.
1. Origami
2. Violin
3. 1996
4. I started going out with the man I'm now married to.
5. Warm sunshine coming in my window.

Pedro said...

1. Animation
2. Playing an instrument
3. When I met Claire
4. See above
5. My beautiful son and air in my lungs.

Belle said...

I agree with Wedny, these are hard questions!

1. Baking. Or guitar. Or Pilates.
2. Dealing quietly with huntsmen spiders.
3. 2009
4. I started acknowledging and therefore healing from past wounds I'd been pretending to have forgotten.
5. Time to catch up on some study and spend time on my own!

Karen said...

1. Running a marathon.
2. Playing any brass or woodwind instrument.
3. 2005
4. We moved to where we live now and decided to stay here. That's meant we could commit to a church for the long term and build strong support networks for our family.
5. That I've just cooked a big lasagne for dinner tonight and tomorrow. I'm hopeful that will make the evening rush hour much less stressy for the next couple of days.

Crazyjedidiah said...

1. Staying organised.
2. Art
3. 2009
4. I started my library tafe course which is better for me that what I had been doing previously. But I haven't found a job yet.
5. The sunshine.

onlinesoph said...

1. Banking stuff.
2. hmm. sport?
3. Not sure...probably being made redundant from work.
4. Took time off and transitioned into being a full time mum. I'm quite enjoying it. Most of the time.
5. Russian Caravan tea.

Deb L said...

1. Sock design. I jest.
2. Soccer.
3. Summer of 91/92.
4. Went on a missions trip and grew up a bit in the process.
5. Being able to afford a new hot water service so we won't wake up to cold water any more.

Georgina said...

1. Learning another instrument (maybe the cello?)
2. Anything handy
3. 1999
4. I got my first ferret
5. I like my job

simone r said...

1. Playing Viola. I'm setting my mind to it and hoping... So far, pretty scratchy and awful.
2. Soccer.
3. Year 9. Painful adolescent year. Good end.
4. Heard about Jesus.
5. Skype.

KIM said...

1. cooking. but why bother?!!?!

2. accordion.

3. my college experience (so american of me, i know)

4. i think it's when i really made my faith my own and not just my parents' ... and learned a lot about thinking well ... go CALVIN!!! :)

5. 4 day week!!!

KIM said...

no one else mentioned the 4 day week?! i can only think this means the homemaker demographic is slightly overrepresented ...!

Dawn Merz said...

1.Sailing.
2.Running/racing.
3.Ten years ago this year... 2002... when, of course, I met Peter!
4. Peter walked into my home with a bunch of other people that I didn't know and he said, "This flat is so warm and cozy... it's just like Brambly Hedge." And we smiled across the room and I thought: "He gets it!" And then we became friends for 1 1/2 years before we realized that maybe we should just make a home together!!
5. That Peter and both of our children have just had birthdays in the last two weeks. So thankful for them.

Ben McLaughlin said...

1. Pottery
2. Anything involving numbers
3. 2000
4. It was a year of a lot of needed changes: Moved to the city from the Blue Mountains, met E, joined a band, started a new church, started working in animation. Big year.
5. That people are willing to come here and answer these questions each week

Georgina said...

"That people are willing to come here and answer these questions" - it's fun, your blog is really awesome and you get to find wacky things about people. Your questions are always interesting, and introspective. :)

Kevin Smith said...

Such kind of posts always helpful for Make your own quiz

Alistair Bain said...

1. the French Horn.
2. the Violin.
3. Marrying Rachel.
4. I started to grow up.
5. Great friends.