I would say "hi, how have you been? Are things going well for you? I hope that you are happy." My ex and I parted ways as friends so it wouldn't be awkward or acrimonious. At least, not on my end.
No, first of all I'm married but even if I wasn't, there is something foreign to the whole Internet process. I'd rather meet people spontaneously without the pressure of any expectations.
I would love to spend more time with my grandfather from France. My mother is the second youngest, my grandfather was 52 when my mother was born so I didn't get to know him forbthat long. I was 14 or 15 when he passed. When you are a teenager you don't often appreciate the wisdom of your elders. I would ask him all sorts of questions, questions about his childhood, what was it like when he met my grandmother, what France was like in 1910 and more along those lines. It would be such a wonderful conversation.
Am I a person of low expectations or do I really carefully pick and choose so as to not see any disappointing movies? I don't know because I don't remember being disappointed recently. We saw Black Swan, not disappointed at all, but it was hard to watch because we were so stressed and psychologically scared, Nathalie Portman's performance was really Oscar award winning. She truly deserved it.
Yes, I really plan my grocery whippings trips to maximize the most of the trip so that I minimize the number of trips down the mountain. Everything takes twenty minutes down the mountain; gas, groceries, office supplies, even little things like bread or milk.
Argh!! I don't want to list anything because then I will feel pressure to do them.
1. Keep my garden weeded and manicured
2. finish reading all the books I received last Christmas so that I can get new ones this Christmas
3.Lose 15 more pounds
4. Continue with the healthy cooking
5. Continue posting every day
6. Keep my dogs healthy
7. Keep myself healthy
8. Explore self-publishing
9. continue with the cercle francais
10. put on a huge tag sale.
There are so many things that I would want to see. My husband had a wonderful thought, he would stay awake for the entire 24 hours and he would spend the entire 24 hours with the family, looking at family photos and home movies. I thought that to be a well organized way to maximize the day.
I, myself, had only thought of sunsets and sunrises, I hadn't even thought beyond the rise and fall of our sun. I do like his idea.
I can't think of anything specifically, I know that I have regretted throwing away some college papers that I had written. Why, you ask? Since certain things change but the more they remain the same, I have been curious how my former papers on economics and politics would have fared under the scrutiny of time.
I am the curator of the Blandford Historical Society, I'm also one of it's directors. During the year, I host one or two functions related to the history of Blandford.
It is never okay to cheat, ever. It is the biggest lie that you can tell yourself when you justify any reason to cheat. Cardinal rule number one.