Saturday, June 23, 2012

Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind



1. Do you ever have trouble making up your mind?

Ofcourse, who hasn't?
But usually I can make decisions, if needed very fast.

2. Do you think you always learn from your mistakes?

No, it's human to keep making the same mistakes.
But I belief that in time we can deal with them and move on.

3. Have you ever felt that you were either older or younger, for your age during a particular time?

Both, but not at the same time. LOL!

4. Have you had trouble losing weight?

Yes. When I stopped ballet, I stopped far too rigourous.
So I gained a lot. I never could compete with my past, so it sticked.

5. Who's the most "wholesome" rock artist that you like?

I don't know. And in fact I don't care.

6. Do you like to party or are you more of a homebody?

Both.

7. Do you feel the need to share your burdens?

Not my daily aches. I'm not a person who complaints a lot. It doesn't help one little bit, so why burden someone else?
But there are some issues in life I want to share, because some people have some good things to say about it, or share the experience. Sometimes sharing even means getting the opportunity to change a lot for other people.

8. Do you know the lady next door? (yes, you can pick either side.)

We don't have much contact with the one at the right. (my right. LOL!)
She's in a strange relationship with her husband. He's got ADHD and she orders him around and gets very angry when he forget things or does things different. So it resulted to a lot of arguing and loud rows.
I said something about it in spring 2011, something to one of the boys like "please close the door so the other kids won't hear this" the and she got mad and closed the window with a loud bang. I guess she suddently became aware how much of a burden the daily fighting was.
It has been rather quiet since then, but the words that have been exchanged are minimal.

At the other side I know that neighbor rather well.
She's nice, compassionate, and she shares experiences with us, like dyslexia.
She likes to hear my experiences with schools, because her mum fought the same battles in almost the same way.

9. Do you ever feel inferior?

Oh yes.
But I'm not dwelling on it anymore.
When I feel inferior it usually has to do nothing with me.
I feel inferior when people look down on me. They should respect me instead. So...


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