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Friday Five

Posted Apr 08 2011 12:00am
from friday5.org

1.At what age did you realize you are no longer young? Alternate question: At what age do you think you will no longer be young?

I still feel young! But there are days where I feel like I am not looked at as being young anymore. I am no longer in school, I don't shop in the junior section anymore, I don't stay up late at night, I rarely get carded when I go to the bar (I think this one hurts the most!) My dad is 58 and he say that he still feels young, but when he looks in the mirror he doesn't see the person he feels he is. I think 'young' is all relative to how you feel and what you do to keep yourself from feeling 'old'.


2.What was the longest line you ever had to stand in?

At the DMV? ha not really. The only one that comes to mind is when I was waiting to get free tickets to the local radio station's Birthday Bash concert. You could get free tickets but had to show up at certain locations at certain times and wait in line until they handed them all out. I think I was there for two hours total. Luckily it was at a mall so I could window shop while I waited.

3.In what way are you especially strong?

I feel like I am pretty emotionally put together. I don't let things get to me and am not one to let my emotions fly in stressful situations. I have been known to take charge in scary situations like when my dad has his seizures or diabetic low sugars. While my mom and sister are freaking out, I am usually the one stepping into action and getting the right things done.


4.Who was the last person to inform you that you were wrong?

Well, I have a very hard time admitting I am wrong unless I truly realize that I am wrong. Even then its a hard pill to swallow. I think the last person would probably be my husband, but he takes pleasure in the few times I have ever actually been wrong :)

5.When did you last have to bid someone so long?

My Uncle Gary's funeral was in February. It was the first sibling my mom had lost so it was hard seeing her so emotional. While it was nice getting to catch up with family I haven't seen it years, it was difficult saying good bye to such a great man who was very active in my life growing up.
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