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August 24, 2011

Anything for a smile.

It's Wednesday and time for another episode of......................


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Hop on over to Mamarazzi's Place and link yourself up.  It's fun, and all the cool kids are doing it.


Today's questions come courtesy of the always awesome Alicia aka Queso and they are...........................

1. What is the best advice someone has ever given you?
Enjoy life.  Not sure who exactly spoke these words to me the first time, but I've heard it my whole life and tried to live by it.  I mean, what good is a life if you don't live it, right?  And I have to throw this one in, it's not necessarily advice, but what I've learned through example with my family, and that is, have a hobby or twelve.  Don't expect anyone else to entertain you.  Entertain yourself and have fun.  Pretty good words to live by if ya ask me. 


2. What is your greatest accomplishment?
Making it through the death of my child without dying, myself.  It was the hardest thing I've ever done and I'm still here, almost sixteen years later, and even though I miss him, endlessly, I'm so glad I never gave in and let my devastation smother me.


3. Who do you admire?
People who are organized.  I admire them and want them to teach me their ways.


4. If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be?
I would love to be more organized.  Not just materialistically, but neurologically.  I can't even keep my own thought organized long enough to write them down in any type of organized fashion.  I dream of being focused and motivated, but then I wake up and I'm just a scatterbrained ninny-muggins, that runs around in circles chasing my tail.  


5. How do you want to be remembered?
I will be remembered as that chick with huge boobs.  OOOOHH, it's how do you WANT to be remembered....Bwahahahaha
No really, I want to be remembered as the chick that loved with all she had, took care of the ones she loved and would do anything to make you smile!


Happy Wednesday, make it a good one.
Marisa

7 comments:

  1. I think those are great things to WANT to be remembered for!! :)
    I admire organized people. I would want to be materialistic organized though. I think I can pay someone for that...one day.

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  2. i had no idea you lost your son, i am so so. i'm proud of you for making it through that. i almost lost my brother attempted suicide and i lost myself for quite sometime. i am still recovering from it even though he is healthy and doing extremely well.

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  3. I'm hung up on scatterbrained ninny-muggins. I now have a new word. And Roy was just getting used to Wonky.

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  4. i love organizing sometimes it can get out of hand tho, like obsessively...lol.

    thanks for linking up!!

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  5. siblings rivalry with the parenting territory. If you feel uncomfortable, the competition between siblings, so maybe it's better to stop a child.

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  6. #2 - I admire you brave mothers who have to suffer such an unimaginable pain. I lost two cousins last summer, and I am in awe of their mothers. Two women who lost their youngest boys unexpectedly, but somehow, keep putting one foot in front of the other and moving on. I'm proud of anyone put in that position for not letting the devestation smother them!!

    A cotton-headed Ninny-muggins! Buddy the Elf!! haha!! Love it!!

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  7. I am always in awe of people who are super organized. I guess I don't have to need all kinds of calendars, files and boxes but if I did I'd like to be like them.

    Oh and Jill hit it on the money, what a sweet comment. :)

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