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.Complete this sentence:
When I walk down memory lane I ______________________________________.
*I’ll be in CA next week retreating with some other fine folks from my literary agency. See you on the 15th.**photos by stock.XCHNG
...thank God for the view. :)ReplyDelete
...smile more than cry. :)ReplyDelete
thank God I'm where I am now. :)ReplyDelete
Have fun at the retreat, Wendy!
... feel simultaneously melancholy and rejuvenated. (I just went to my 25th high school reunion last weekend. The trip down memory lane with everyone was filled with love. I never realized how much I missed my childhood friends until we were together again. I'm sad it was only for one night.)ReplyDelete
...I realize how much God has blessed me through the years.ReplyDelete
Have a safe and great trip!
I feel sad for what could've been but I'm proud to have broken the cycle. I didn't have an ideal childhood and vowed even before I had children that they would never know what it was like. My oldest son started college this year and is thinking about venturing out on his own...but recently made a comment that let me know I'd accomplished that. I thank God for the strength and courage He gave me to walk a different path. Thank you for prompting the thought and making my heart smile today. Have a blessed retreat!ReplyDelete
.....I see the reasons why I am where I am today.ReplyDelete
...am grateful for all I've learned. SO glad I don't have to repeat the same mistakes!ReplyDelete
I'll miss seeing you at the retreat! Enjoy every second!
...I gain strength for the road ahead.ReplyDelete
I simply praise God, for in hindsight I see his fingerprints, all over my life!ReplyDelete
...I find inspiration to write.ReplyDelete
Have fun in CA! What a great group of people to retreat with.
...am overjoyed at where I've been and where I'm going!ReplyDelete
...am grateful for all God's done in my life! And I realize that it's kind of silly to worry when He's always been soooo faithful.ReplyDelete
Have a great time in CA! It's the closest we'll have ever been to each other. I'm only one state over. :)
I laugh and cry, and thank God for every moment.ReplyDelete
I smile but my heart hurts a little. I miss those times! Have a wonderful trip!ReplyDelete
...marvel at how the Lord has worked in my life.ReplyDelete
I hope you have a wonderful time at the retreat, Wendy. Sure wish I was going. I'd love to see you while you're here in my home state. Any chance I could talk you into coming up to the Sierra Foothills? I'm sure you'd love the Gold Country. Why, I'd even take you up to South Lake Tahoe. It's gorgeous. So tell me. Have I talked you into it? =)
...am sincerely grateful. God blessed me with parents who loved each other and loved the Lord. Though my childhood contained all of the pain normally associated with the process of gaining maturity, I was secure in knowing I was loved and supported. It's the gift that keeps on giving, even after my parents have passed away.ReplyDelete
...am grateful for all God has given me.ReplyDelete
Have a great time in CA!!
Thank Him for all He has given me. Salvation, Eternal Life, Peace.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your trip, Wendy!ReplyDelete
When I walk down memory lane, I'm awed at how God turned many difficult situations into blessings.
Like to smell the roses. :)ReplyDelete
When I walk down memory lane I am amazed at how God has loved me and directed my life through my husband and my children. I remember these children as adults and praise Him for the wonderful Christian servants they have become.ReplyDelete