“I hope you have a good day, sir.” “I hope you have many more.” “Thank you, you as well.” “95 years, I haven’t always had good ones.” “Sometimes we need to have the bad in order to appreciate the good.” “I flew over the Pacific during World War II.” “Wow. I’m glad you made it … More 95 Years.
Would you rather live in the city or in the woods? Why? My immediate answer is the woods. The pace is slower, you can watch the seasons change and the animals going back to and fro. You can sustain yourself from the woods (food, wood, water, etc.) There are no other people around to catch … More City or Country?
For a person you loved deeply, would you be willing to move to a distant country knowing there would be little chance of seeing your friends or family again? It’s funny that this would be the first question that caught my attention because I was discussing this with my boyfriend this weekend. And the answer … More Question of the Week #1: Moving for Love.