Saturday, December 18, 2010

How's It Gonna Be

1. How's it gonna be in 2011 for you?

After this year and what people did to us, I hope next year will be a lot, a huge lot better.
I guess we'll start the new year with lots of stress until we're finally set free of all ill people.
We have to leave it behind us, otherwise itwill be the main rtraumatic event of our lives. And I personally think that nothing, no thing should exceed the pain and grief caused by the death of my babies.

I hope that soon we'll feel free again and can work on leaving this in the past and leave the bad karma to those who have caused this all.

I hope we'll be able to realise a few dreams.

2. What is your idea of a perfect romantic evening?

Right now I'm not feeling to have one.
I'm OK with feeling perfectly relaxed together. Maybe looking out of the window of my own cottage.

3. What strategy would you implement to deal with drug abuse in today's world?

Make young people feel they're worth to care for themselves.
Now they're regarded as food for the labourmarket and nothing more.
They way society talks about young people, like they're a criminal burden... it's sick.
I've never used drugs because I knew I had some nice talents and I wanted to develop them. There was no place for drugs in my life.
People who dealt with me cared for me as a person.

When we are able to give the youth the feeling of freedom, of being talented and of an open future, I think that influences the drugworld in a positive way.

4. What thing about your family are you least proud of?

That they rather have their dad repair their bicycles than they themselves.

5. What part of the holidays are you really looking forward to?

I don't like the holidays. It's the only time of the year I miss those who died so terribly that I have to push myself to cheer up.

But maybe second christmasday is fun, as we are invited to have dinner at our eldest.

6. Who is the last person you high-fived? Why?

One of my daughters when she heard she was going to Istanbul with the student exchange of school. (It was right before we herad the costs of sending two girls.)

7. Have you ever made out at a drive-in?

Huh? I don't understand...

8. If you had only enough energy left in you for one last smile, who would you give it to?

Ofcourse to my children and when there's a smile left it's for the friend sho's been a real friend for 40 years next year.

9. Tell us about that time when you were the “life of the party”.

That was a marvellous time!
Because I was a balletdancer I felt confident to open any party.
Often I was asked to speak a word, to welcome the main guest or band, or to start dancing when a band started to pay.
I've been told often I was a real stand up commedian, and sometimes when I'm in a waitingroom I can't help myself to start jokes and lift up the spirits of the people there.
Because I never took the role because I wanted to be the centre of attention, I was genuine, and people didn;'t feel disturbed.

Now I think more that people have to be responsible for their own party and their own fun, but sometimes...... Haha!!

Merry Christmas!

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