Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Interview With a Stranger

1. If you could have one wish, with no negative consequences, what would you wish for?

2. What is your proudest accomplishment?

3. What is something you would like to do before you die?

4.If you could meet someone living or dead, who would you meet?

5.What is one thing that has happened in your life, that has made a big impact on who you are today?


  1. 1: Well their are a lot of things that I would wish for, so i'm not sure.
    2:To tell you the truth i'm not quite sure I have a proudest accomplishment.
    3:I would like to go to Australia because that is the one place in the whole world that I really want to go to.
    4:I would meet my Grandpa John. I never got to meet him officially were I would remeber him.
    5: Well everything I do in my life every single day affects who I am today.

  2. 1. My wish would be "I wish I had a million dollars" because then my family could buy the family farm from my great-uncle, who wants to sell it.

    2. My greatest accomplishment that I can remember is starting my own snowmobile because the snowmobile I ride is really hard to start and I started it (on Sunday).

    3. Before I die, I would like to sit in the front row for a Faith Hill or Tim McGraw concert.

    4.I would love to meet Faith Hill and/ or Tim McGraw because they have been my favorite singers since I was little.

    5. When I got my dog, Lexie, it changed my life because I've learned how to take care of a living creature. My life would be very different without her.

  3. 1= I would wish that I could tour the world.
    2= I am always proud when I finnish making some thing that turns out well.
    3= I would like to have as many experiences as possible.
    4= I would like to meet an ancectorof mine.
    5= Traveling has helped me to see that there is more to life than just Racine

  4. Madison, you had some very good thought provoking questions and thanks for writing 5 long paragraphs on my post.

  5. 1 - Wish - oh....A wish. No negative consequences. A single wish...I'd wish for the Forbidden Wish. I'd wish for him to love me again. I wish it every day, every night.

    2 - Accomplishment - I learned how to make cheesecake. And brownies. I've successfully bred a couple generations of guppies. I don't know. I'm usually not "proud" of things, if you know what I mean. I don't like to brag. I don't know if you're religious, but look up the Bible story about the tax collector and the Pharisee. It's my favorite story in the Bible and aptly describes my feelings on being proud and bragging.

    3 - Before death - I'd like to, I don't know. Have babies. Get married. Not in that order. I'd like to paint a really big painting. I'd like to take a road trip. Climb a tree again. Pick an apple. Have a strawberry tempura sushi roll again. Kiss him.

    4 - Meet someone - I'd meet..Oh this is tough. FDR? Jefferson? Jim Henson? ADAM SAVAGE. BEAR GRYLLS. MIKE ROWE. Someone that finds me pretty. Without being creepy, haha. Emma Watson. Jesus? Mary and Mary Magdalene. A member of the House of Faberge, creators of Faberge eggs. Look them up. They're more exquisite than you could ever imagine. I want one.

    5 - Impact - That's a really personal question. I fell in love. I'm still in love. Now he refuses to acknowledge my existence. How does one love someone for four years only to stop abruptly, without warning? But because of him, I've become motivated, I've picked up a second major in Business, I've dressed better, learned to wear make up and become confident in getting what I want. I've learned that love is the most wonderful thing in the world and that I'll never experience it the same without him. I miss him and I want him back. sigh. He's changed me so much and I don't regret a single part of it. I just wish he'd come back. At least talk to me.

  6. If I had one wish, I would wish for everyone to live in peace. My proudest accomplishment is receiving my Masters Degree. I would like to see the Grand Canyon before I die. Working as a counselor at Camp Omega in Minnesota was something that had a big impact on my life.


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