Friday, June 1, 2012

Moving Thoughts Friday—Wocket in My Pocket?



Every Friday I’m going to ask a question. The questions I choose might be ambiguous on purpose. The goal is to have you answer the question according to your beliefs, where you’re at in life or a circumstance that might have recently impacted you. The only thing I ask is that you provide an explanation for why you answered the way you did.

It’s my hope to understand you better through this and also to gain a greater understanding of humanity and how people make decisions.

If you could carry only one thing in your pocket for the rest of your life what would it be?

*photos by stock.XCHNG

20 comments:

  1. Hi Wendy! Wow, it has been a very long time since I've stopped by. Your blog is a beautiful as ever!!

    Hmmm, only one thing in my pocket? I'd pick a seashell. I read a quote the other day "May you always have a seashell in your pocket and sand between your toes". For me, the beach is the ultimate place to contemplate life, to enjoy creation and the Creator, and it's where I feel completely free. Carrying a seashell would be a reminder to me that no matter where I go, I can always carry the things with me that matter most in life!

    I do hope all is well! Here' hoping I won't be such a stranger in the future,
    Jen xo

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  2. I believe I'd carry a never dulling pencil. That way, as I walked through life, I could sketch people, places and memories. Then I could write what I see, hear, smell and feel as the Lord whispers things of wonder in my ear throughout the journey.

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  3. My ipod. Music has always been my inspiration. I can't go too long without listening to it or I feel restless.

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  4. A regenerating, never-melting snickers bar. I'd never be hungry again.

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  5. Hello Wendy, have not participated in far too long!
    My answer is @
    http://awell-wateredgarden.blogspot.com/2012/06/my-answer-from-moving-thoughts-friday.html

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  6. Probably my iPhone, that would never lose battery life. I have everyone I love and everything I might need at my fingertips.

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  7. A pen that never ran out of ink so I would always be able to write! Even if it was on my hands, arms, napkins, etc. :P

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  8. Oh, definitely my iPhone. :) Because it has everything: contact with people, Bible, Kindle library, and, not going to lie, Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja! :)

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  9. Tough question!
    I never keep things in my pocket because I'm always afraid it will fall out and I'll lose it. :-)

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  10. My lip balm. It's all I carry in my pockets now.

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  11. I'll third the iPhone. And a pony tail holder.

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  12. I think my iphone with a spontaneously regenerating battery :)

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  13. Tough question! I'd go with my iPod Nano because I'm not cool enough to own an iPhone. :)

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  14. My wedding ring--I can't wear it because the copper alloy in the gold breaks out my skin.

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  15. You are too creative, Wendy. This is a tough one. I like Lindsay's answer. :)

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  16. If Katie can have a regenerating Snicker bar than I want regenerating cash in my pocket! Then I can buy everything I need. :)

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  17. A business card. I never know when I'm going to meet someone who doesn't know that I speak, I sing, I write with zing, and I kick myself when I lose an opportunity.

    I was born with a business card in my tiny fist. I scheduled the first "How to Win Fiends and Influence Parents" class at the hosptial before my mom took me home in a pink blanket, and I came back six weeks later to teach it. I haven't stopped talking since.

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  18. tough question. i hate to be conformist, but my iphone would probably be my answer too. it's got my bible, photos, music...i could even type out (granted, with thumbs) manuscripts in docs to go. hard to beat. :)

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  19. A Bible. All the electronics wouldn't be of any use if there was no power source available.

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  20. I'm going to agree with Susan R. A Bible, the foundation of our lives is God's Word.

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