interview the next person....

Jascinta - posted on 02/22/2011 ( 320 moms have responded )

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this is just for fun- i saw it somewhere else.

answer the question that i asked you.... then ask a question for the next person.

my question for you is- are you ambidextrous? -can you write with both hands?

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My Great Grandmother on my mothers side. She was such a beatiful soul. She passed when i was about 13 and she was the only person who would compliment me.

Who is the one person you want to meet?

Mrs. - posted on 02/24/2011

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My first name (I go by my middle), goes back in my family to the 11th century.

Of all your loved ones who have passed away, which one would you choose to bring back if you could?

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I'm happy that he remembers the day! I'd rather time together than candy or flowers though.

Question: pregnancy cravings?

April - posted on 02/24/2011

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Mayo, of course!

On Valentine's Day, are you disappointed when your partner only gives you candy and/or flowers? (Do you expect more than candy and flowers?)

~♥Little Miss - posted on 02/24/2011

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Pepto bismol pink renault. That car was the "bratmobile"

Do you prefer the lights on or off when getting down and dirty?

♏*PHOENIX*♏ - posted on 02/24/2011

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If he doesn’t ask…is it still considered a Secret?
When asked something I tell him…


Question:
What is something we would ALL be surprised to know about you

Johnny - posted on 02/24/2011

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I'm Canadian, so if I were the Prime Minister I'd immediately cease all government subsidies to the oil sands and put them back into manufacturing and farming.

Have you ever kept a big secret from your spouse? If so, what was it?

April - posted on 02/24/2011

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When I am running late, I often skip the meal. That is unless there's some candy in the house. Then, I will just grab a couple pieces and be on my merry way.

Next question: If you were President, what's the first thing you would change?

Natasha - posted on 02/24/2011

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My favorite person other than my my husband and son is my best friend Lindsay. She has been there through everything major in my life and will continue to be, as far as I can possibly see.

What is your go to meal when you are running late?

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Dear Pootoe, oops, sorry, Tara,

Thought you'd love to hear that your kids aren't the only one who finds this hilarious! I SO needed that laugh! And hey, my son went through a phase where he would NOT stay out of the litter box and I was constantly stepping on hot, steamy cat turds, if that makes you feel any better.

Sincerely,
Doggie Chocolate Toe

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My hubby just tall like Jared Padalecki he about 6'4, My hubby is shorter than me i'm 5'11.

The falling out i had with my brother.

Q : Besides your children or husband who's your favourite person in the world?

Bonnie - posted on 02/24/2011

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I usually eat cereal or waffles most mornings.

If you could play back any part of your life so far, what would it be?

Desiree - posted on 02/24/2011

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Musli or poached egg.

If you could describe your perfect man physically how would you about it? ie Brad Pits face, Johnny Depps Eye and so forth.

Jodi - posted on 02/24/2011

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I'm going back to Toni's question to keep it going....



My favourite subject at school was Art.



What do you usually eat for breakfast?

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Ah I've done it again.



My son makes my heart sing, listening to him talk, him spontaneously kissing me or givng me a hug just because. Him kissing the baby (he kisses my tummy) and just generally being him, he makes my heart so happy :-)



Same question as my last post, what was your favourite subject at school?

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Ah Tara at least the kids got a laugh, and I bet you'll be laughing at it in a couple of days, pootoe (sorry I couldn't resist).

My Great Great Grandparents on my dads dads side were Polish and were born in Poland (there's a suprise lol) and on my nans side my Great Great Grandma was born in Liverpool (England) and married my Great Great Grandfather who was a slave from Ohio, who escaped to the UK after the slave trade was abolished.

As far as we know both sets of my Great Great Grandparents on my moms side were born in England (although my nan was adopted by her dad so we're not too sure).

I am really interested in my heritage :-)

Question: What was your favourite subject at school

Desiree - posted on 02/24/2011

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Both my Great grandmother were born in Portugal. One in Lisbon in an aristocratic home and one in Coimbra on a farm. Couldn't have been further from what the what they thought would happen.

What makes your heart sing?

Tara - posted on 02/24/2011

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Well my kids thought is was funny but I did NOT. I stepped in a big pile of warm steamy dog shit right after getting out of the shower whilst carrying a load of freshly dried laundry. It was GROSS!!! But the kids couldn't stop calling me pootoe. As one word, like a new name, lol
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Do you know what country your great great grandmother was born in?

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I don't have a bucket list, I would rather just live my life and see what happens and where it takes me.

Question: What is the funniest thing that has happened to you today?

April - posted on 02/24/2011

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I'm passionate about helping other mothers learn to breastfeed.

What's the number one thing on your bucket list that you'd like to complete?

Jocelyn - posted on 02/24/2011

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Pet Peeve? People who don't shoulder check/use their signal light (to name a few lol)
Am I truly happy? This is tricky. I AM happy, but not over the moon happy. There's more I need in life in order to be truly and fully happy. (not material shit, I want a university education! and the resulting career!)

What are you passionate about? (your children excluded lol)

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Lisa- I did ask a question it was just up a few posts before the one you posted under, then I answered the person's question who answered mine bc 'Female' popped to my mind lol. Sorry! : p

Minnie - posted on 02/24/2011

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Diving a mooney 20J onto Rochester airport as it went IFR with icing....lol.



Pet peeve?



My goodness, I keep posting at the same time.

Jackie - posted on 02/24/2011

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Umm -We went on the zip cord adventure in Jamaica through the tops of the forest. I think that is about adventurous as I get. It was an amazing experience.



Next: Are you truly happy with where you are in your life right now?

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I don't regret any of the things I've done because 1) regret is a waste of time and 2) making mistakes shapes who we are. But I do regret having hurt people by making some of my mistakes. I think my biggest regret is hurting my ex husband. Again, I wouldn't change anything, I just don't like that I hurt him and I'm glad he's forgiven me. He's a good man.

Next: What's the craziest, most adventurous thing you've ever done? (Example: sky diving, swimming with sharks, that type of thing)

Natasha - posted on 02/24/2011

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Considering my dreams are never normal, I would have to say as of late, the weirdest dream I had happen to take place in a large house with under ground caverns that a group of people and myself were staying in making plans on how to get out safely in order to get supplies since there were zombies beyond the front door. Surprisingly, the zombies were not the main focus of the dreams but rather my interaction with the other people and the immense spacing of the house. Like I said, my dreams might always be vivid but they are never normal. LOL

Ok, my question - what is one thing from your past that you regret either doing or not doing and if you could change it, how would you?

Minnie - posted on 02/24/2011

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Since Stephanie didn't ask a question :P

Silliest name Ive ever heard is Candida. At an LLL meeting :D

Hmm....What's the weirdest dream youve ever had?

Desiree - posted on 02/24/2011

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Try Praise-God Christmas Nkosi (boy) on for size and yes I live in Africa.

What do you hate your kids to do when you are busy doing something you enjoy?

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Silliest name = Female, pronounced Fem -ah'-lee. Oh and I just read that someone in Africa named their kid Facebook lol.

Kristin - posted on 02/24/2011

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if i had oprah money, i would give a million to each person in my family, donate a million to my church, and buy everything i always wanted.

what is the silliest name you have ever heard?

Tara - posted on 02/24/2011

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If I had Oprah's money I would help to solve a lot of problems in my own province, I would help to build, staff and promote education and employment and health services in our northern native communities, I would build a new multi use center in our community, I would build the greenest, most energy efficient home off the grid on a completely sustainable farm and invite others to join us on thousands of hectares of land, I would basically like to create my own "village" that is completely and utterly sustainable from the rest of the machine we call society.
But at the same time, promote the simpler life.

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No, not especially. It's too common of a name. I'd like to have something a bit more interesting or unique.

Britney Spears in all her mental adversity is worth $500 million. Oprah Winfrey is worth over $1 billion. If you had that much money, what would you do with it?

Sal - posted on 02/24/2011

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steak and mushrooms....and honey baked pears with walnuts and mascopne, or salmon and lemon rissoto....

do you like your name??

Desiree - posted on 02/24/2011

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When the cat bit me, I was singing Scales and she didn't like the sound.

Question: What was the last good book you read?

Nikki - posted on 02/24/2011

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Yes a butterfly and a frangapani.

What was the last thing you cried over?

Jascinta - posted on 02/24/2011

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slept in this morning while daddy let his boys draw all over the walls and tip a new bottle of powder all over the house lmao- still worth it :)

do you have any tattoos?

Fiona - posted on 02/24/2011

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I'd like to freeze time so I can do everything I need to do and still have time for me

Next: What was the last thing you did for yourself?

Sal - posted on 02/24/2011

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shoes and handbags (i need more though i had a big cull)

what super power would you like and why

Desiree - posted on 02/24/2011

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My lung capacity, I can hold a note a good while.

What do you enjoy collecting?

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Moved a bedroom around and walked to see if we had caught any yabbies at my parents place.

One thing you love about yourself?

Jascinta - posted on 02/24/2011

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my partner made creamy chicken carbonara*... yum :)

what did you do for exercise today?

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