Saturday, February 4, 2012

It Ain't None of My Business But...

I'm in recuperating status. In other words, I'm taking it slow and as easy as I possibly can. It is hard for me, as ornery as I am but this was also a wake up call for me. I mean, how many people experience life and death, face to face?

One thing I've realized is that the creativity still exists inside of me. In fact, it's been poured out, spilled over even more. I'm not ready to write the next great novel (yet) but what I am thinking is that there is something in store for me and I'd just better put on my big girl panties and brace myself for it.

Have you ever wanted to ask someone a question or find out something but didn't know how to ask? Lately, what has been echoing in my head is this: Everyone has a story to tell....everyone. It just means asking a question which leads to an answer or even a small story. I've decided that I'm going to use the time that I'm laying low to listen to your stories. I may visit you or email you or just generally ask you a question. No, I'm not looking for your social security number or even your age...just something that describes who you are and where you've been or where you're going.

In the meantime, I'm putting this out here for you too. This is your opportunity to ask me anything at all. That means, you get a lifeline and can ask any nosy question or inquisitive one that sparks your curiosity and I promise to answer them in an upcoming blog post.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

12 comments:

Brian Miller said...

what is one experience changed the direction of your life?

hope your mending continues to go well...

Mari said...

This isn't a very deep question but I'm wondering how J and your family are doing throughout this health scare.

Life with Kaishon said...

What is the one thing in your life you are most proud of accomplishing?

Leslie Payne said...

What a wonderfully creative way to use your time, Simone. I look forward to learning more of your stories.

Describe a day in your life as an adult when you felt content and joyful.

Rae said...

Okay here goes. Brace yourself. Myself, being the mother and grandmother of biracial children I have been blessed to experience life from the perspective of two cultures. There have been some surprises along the way - some good, some not so good. Have you had any eye openers in your relationship with J? Please delete this comment if I have overstepped and been too nosy.

Adam said...

What was your worst experience in school?

Lin said...

No questions, but anything you write about is always a good read. :)

Formerly known as Frau said...

I'm happy you are taking it slow and doing better. Ummm I'm going to have to think about a question and come back....like the ones so far. Happy Monday!

Stacy said...

Glad to hear you are taking it easy and getting well.

What has been your most painful family relationship and how did you cope/get through/change it?

Nezzy said...

What is the best 'trick' you and your sis played on someone. I've got a feelin' you've got a 'few' to pick from!

God bless you girl and know that my prayers are with you while you are on the mend.

Have a beautiful week! :o)

Helene said...

What is the best advice you've ever received about motherhood?

Sweet Tea said...

What makes you tick? Meaning what gives you great inspiration and satisfaction...and if money was no option how would you change your life?

I love having permission to ask questions!!

Girl, you're on my Prayer List and I call your name before God each day. You're in good hands.

 

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