Archive for September, 2011

no return?

Friday, September 30, 2011
Have you ever not made a return ticket? Talk about that one-way flight.

no, i can’t say that i have. that would freak me out, not knowing if i won’t be able to return home. 😦

return flight

Thursday, September 29, 2011
Which flight do you like better — going somewhere or coming home?

definitely the returning home flight. 🙂 i get excited going to a new place, but it’s always super nice to return home. 🙂

never to return?

Wednesday, September 28, 2011
What vacation spot would you never want to return to again?

hmm. i don’t know that i’ve had any bad vacations? i’ve pretty much enjoyed anywhere i’ve gone to. i did go to san antonio once, although not for vacation, and was turned off by the other people there. not the local people–they were nice. but it was the other conference-goers that really tainted my opinion whenever i think of it. but the place itself is a nice place. maybe i have to return when there’s no conference going on 🙂

return to paradise

Tuesday, September 27, 2011
What vacation spot to you return to again and again?

hmm. we just recently went to maui on vacation, and it was lovely. expensive, though! our next one i’m planning on is the big island. and, of course, kaua’i is always quite beautiful. just wish these trips wouldn’t cost so much! i need to friend a flight attendant!

so, really, any of the other islands would do for me. 🙂

return in time

Monday, September 26, 2011
If you could time travel backwards, what point in time would you want to go observe?

I really don’t know. I think I’m more interested in what’s going to happen in the future, than what has happened in the past. All those historical things–for me, reading about it is enough. I don’t think I have to visually see it.

return to teenaged years

Friday, September 23, 2011
Would you ever want to return to your teenage years or are you glad that era of your life is done?

hmmm. I wouldn’t mind…but I really don’t think I’d fit in with today’s teenagers. The things they do now is SOOO different than what we used to do. I sound old saying that, but really. When I see some of the things they do I’m just like…WOW. Sooo different! I think I’d do better in my early 20s…that’s an era I wouldn’t mind returning to.

return to yesteryear

that is my wish for today.

return to first

Thursday, September 22, 2011
If you could return to any grade in school, which one would you want to do again?

hmm. actually, i don’t think i would return to first grade. it was such an easy life, though. 🙂

i actually really liked senior year. but i don’t know if i’d like to relive that. things were too complicated. hmm, maybe i would return to a primary grade! 😀 kindergarten was fun 🙂

return to relationships

Wednesday, September 21, 2011
If you could return to any past relationship and experience it again, which one would it be?

i’m really beginning to hate the word “relationship”! we use it too much at work…bah.

i am not sure which i would return to, seeing they all ended badly. i have not quite forgiven any of those relationships. i guess i’m only thinking of romantic relationships here. and before work, that’s really all i would’ve related it to!

return to youth

Tuesday, September 20, 2011
What point in time would you like to return to and live again?

There are many times I would like to go and relive–just not the present! 😛

Or that time…however many years ago…the year that left its biggest scar.

I think I would like to return to a time 2 years prior to that–the year I was pregnant and experienced the birth of my baby, and was a mommy (FINALLY!). I had been waiting for that moment since I was a little girl, to be a mommy. It took a while, and it was a bumpy journey, but I *FINALLY* got it, and I just loved every moment of it. I never once complained about aches or swollenness or sickness. There was a period where it got scary, where my life was in danger–but since I now know I lived through it, I don’t think it will be scary to relive it. 🙂 And then just those first few weeks alone with baby, bonding, was something that I thoroughly enjoyed. So I started off that year–the first weekend of that year–finding out I was pregnant, and ended with baby’s first Christmas, and it was just a lovely, lovely year, that I wouldn’t mind returning to and reliving. 🙂

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