4 Feb 2013
If you given $22 million tax free dollars, what is the first thing you would do?
Where were you born?
Can you change a car tire?
What is your favorite part of the town/city you live in. And what Country do you live?
I had a lot of fun with these questions, although they were not quite as easy for me as last week. I hope you enjoy this week’s questions as much as I did. You can think hard about them and be extremely serious or you can have fun and dream and just let loose, or you can let your alter ego answer. Have FUN no matter what you do!!! Have a fabulous week everyone!!
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Here are my answers.
If you given $22 million tax free dollars, what is the first thing you would do? After I get up off the floor from fainting, I would tell Chris to quit her job. I would look for land near Canby with tall trees and start planning a house for us to live in. Then I’d buy us a TrailManor trailer and pack us all up and explore the Northern California and Oregon Coast. I’d also make a healthy donation to The Dougy Center (the National Center for Grieving Children and families) where Chris volunteers. After that we would see what we would do with the money. I would also give some money to the Ling Gui school of of Qigong. That is a good start.
Where were you born? I was born in Moscow, Idaho USA Here is a true story regarding my 9th grade German Teacher. I told him that I was born in Moscow (he assumed it was Moscow Russia). He asked if one of my parents were there. I said yeah, my dad was and I ran out of the rooming laughing. This teacher was a nerd long before the term became a common word.
Can you change a car tire? Yep. I have not done it for many years, but the techniques are the same. I changed the tires of my first car whenever I had a flat. I had this Mercury Bobcat for 18 years. That is me when my car was fairly new and I was 21 years old.
What is your favorite part of the town/city you live in. And what Country do you live? If you have read any of my blog at all, you know I just love my little town of Canby which only has 15,000 people. It is located in Oregon USA which is in the Pacific Northwest in the area known as the Willamette Valley. To get to Portland (north) or Salem South) the two closest cities to me we have to drive through tree and plant nurseries galore. It is just gorgeous.
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