Saturday, July 19, 2008


july 19 2008

Saturday Six

1. You decide to start a new exercise program. Without having a workout partner to help you, how likely are you to follow the plan religiously?

Well, I'm not going to start an exercise program, because I can't commit to something that's time consuming. Not with my autistic boy still at home.

I used to keep all my ballet traningsessions etc. even when I didn't feel well.
So I'm very committed, when I commit myself to something.

2. Who was usually the first one to say, “I love you” in your past relationships: you or your partner?

There is no usually.
I don't remember, but I guess I was the first, because I so longed for someone to love me.

3. If you decided you wanted to date someone, what would the primary test you’d give to see whether your “intended” had commitment issues?

Hihi...I have 6 kids. Take them or leave them. LOL!

4. Take the quiz: Are you afraid of commitment?

You Are Ready, Willing, and Able to Commit

You are not scared of commitment in the least.

In fact, there's a good chance that you're already committed to someone you love.

You are willing to give up a little freedom for relationship stability.

And once you're in a relationship, you'll do almost anything to make things work.

5. Do you find yourself faster or slower to commit to a presidential candidate now versus previous elections?

This is ofcourse a question only meant for the american participants.

But in a broader sense.

I have more insight in political realtionships and issues, I also know better what I want for myself, the future of my children and all of the world.

So I'm faster to make a choice, and I've already made it for Obama.
He might be less experiences as Mc.Cain, he's certainly more open for suggestions. He wants to hear the people and wants to act on what he hears what's needed.
In his previous jobs he certainly showed this.

McCain, being a former military man, has taken over the military way of thinking.
So things are far more likely the way they are.

America shouldn't focus as much on terrorism, but should focus far more upon understanding other countries.
We're living on the same planet. So try to live together, instead of on top of the other.

6. You see something in a store that you really, really want. Once you decide that you’re actually going to buy it, how easy would it be to talk yourself out of your commitment to buy it?

Very easy.
Without much money mom's own things are always bought last.

But when I'm trying to earn the money bit by bit I'm very committed.
I want my smallpipes (kind of bagpipes) and I'm almost there.
I've earned them 5 dollars, by 5 dollars.
And be aware, a dollar beside a euro is almost nothing.

So I'm very committed. Very!

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