Monthly Archives: January 2012

Questioning Days

Hello,

For my writing today (after this sentance), I shall simply write questions.

How was your day today? What do you have on your feet? How many hairs do you think you have, not only on your head? Where is the closest exit to you right now? If you met an alien, what would you do? If you had to pick any age to be what age would you pick? What are your feelings on tugboats? When did you find this blog? Do you have your own blog? How many languages can you speak (this is not only “hello” and “where is the bathroom”)? When was the last time you received a compliment? When was the last time you gave a compliment? If you had to run as a political candidate today, what would your platform be? How many lives have you led? What is your favorite color? If your favorite color determined your stature in society, would you change it?

-Jackie

P.S. I will answer these tomorrow. I have also updated the books section of this site.

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New Years Day and Day of Birth

Hello,

When I started this blogging business I thought that would only last a few days, but three was even very few for me. Hopefully, this time, I will reach at least four days. I kept telling myself that I would return when I had tried to flip a coin to make a big decision. Unfortunately,  I have not had any major decisions to make, maybe next time though…

This year I have decided not to make a new year’s resolution, even though I have in years previous. “Why?” you may ask. I have decided that rather than a new year’s resolution I will make a birthday resolution. New years seems to me to be an odd holiday. There is no particular reason, as far as I can see, that the new year was three days ago. I mean, is there any rhyme or reason it could not be between February and March, or September and October, or even in the middle of a month. A day of much more importance for me is my birthday. Yes, my birthday could have been in any month, or even the same day as new years day, but something actually changes on that date. When you are eighteen you can vote. When you are 21 you can legally have alcohol. When you are 35 you can run for president. When you have been through 18 new years days though there is nothing necessarily  different than 17 new years days.  So I will have a birthday resolution, instead of a new years resolution mostly for that reason (also, I have not thought of a good one yet).

Jackie

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