So, I'm very, very
bored (and further neglecting this giant drawing, which I really should get finished so I can start on my crossover fanfic but LAZY *shot*). And I got tagged by a curious
, so I figured...
WHY THE HECK NOT?!The Questions:1: Which is worse, failing or never trying?
Never trying.2: When it's all said and done, will you have said more than you've done?
Absolutely not. I will have done more than what I have said, and it will be said on how much I have done.3: Are you doing what you believe in, or are you settling for what you are doing?
I have recently learned to follow what I believe in, and so that is what I am doing. There is only one situation where that deviates from being the truth...and that is in my pursuit of culinary school, settling only for 'real' school in the meantime because of restraints.4: Are you more worried about doing things right, or doing the right things?
Doing the right things.5: If you could offer a newborn child only one piece of advice, what would it be?
There is music in everything--from the symphony of actual sounds to the quiet simplicity of the tiniest leaf--just remember to remember to stop, open your ears, and listen to it.6: What one thing have you not done that you really want to do? What's holding you back? (Please take the time to think about this one. Please no, "I have no money." reasoning unless that is all you have. Really think about this question)
I would normally say "open my own pastry shop" and the reason being "because my parents and family as well as the way I was raised prevent me from ditching my current 'real' school and Business degree," but not today. What do I really
want to do? I just want to have a family. A good, happy, healthy family, with a couple of kids and a loving husband. What's holding me back? Age, and the fact that the one I love so dearly and know to be "The One," I have lost contact with. But alas, I remain faithful and believe wholeheartedly in his return, which will come just as suddenly as when our connection was lost, and we will pick up right where we left off, as if only minutes had passed.7: Would you rather be a worried genius or a joyful simpleton? Why?
This one actually took a bit of thinking. But, in the end, I believe I would be happiest as a joyful simpleton, cliché as that may be.8: What is your happiest childhood memory? What makes it so special?
The first time I ever saw snow. I remember it like it was yesterday. I was so little, at least waist-deep at points in the white banks with every step. But oh, how I felt so at home. And snow even began to fall freshly from the sky! Oh, how I sat there after a whirlwhind sled ride and just watched the little wonders drift down from the jolly old clouds...And then it's a memory with all of my family. My mom, my dad, my two sisters. All of us together, as we are no more, sitting and playing in the snow, warming up with mug-fuls of hot cocoa after getting soaked through-and-through, dusting the little white flakes off of our shoes and out of our hair, laughing...And me, in a place where I knew I was meant to be, even at such a young age. Does all of that answer why that memory is so special?~9: If you haven't achieved it yet, what do you have to lose?
Only the breath of life, and even that, I do not fear losing.10: When was the last time you noticed the sound of your own breathing?
Last night, when I was laying awake, suffering through another bout of insomnia.
And now, tag time!
Well, I tag whoever wants to answer these questions. They're such good questions that I won't make my own. I kind of want this to stay as these questions, so we all get to answer the same ones in our own unique ways.
Well, what are you waiting for?