Sunday Social

Sunday, October 20, 2013

1. What do you value most in life?

I might be kind of weird for this, but I value my relationships with people the most.

2. What do you think is the greatest invention in your life and why?

This type of question was posed by my college history professor and my answer at the time was the airplane because humans learned to defy gravity. It's a little ironic I ended up with a guy in the Air Force.

Today, in my life I would have to say picture messaging or Skype. Things that helps bridge the gap when I can't be with John.

3. What do you think is the secret to a good life?

Happiness. Forget the things that make you upset and just be happy. I'm better at saying it than actually implementing it sometimes though.

4. What would you most like to be remembered for when you’re gone?

I would really love it if people could remember me by some scientific invention or cure for a disease, something to help people. But in reality if I can impact just one person and make them better, I would be happy.

5. What accomplishment in your life are you most proud of?

This is one of the questions I was asked in my job interview a little while ago, for the interview I said getting 2 bachelor's degrees in 4 years. It kind of sounds like I'm bragging, but that wasn't and isn't my intention. I just feel like that is quite an accomplishment that many people don't have the opportunity or desire to try to obtain.

I guess a non-education related accomplishment I'm proud of is that I've managed to always be me and true to myself. I've had times where people tried to persuade me be something I was not comfortable with, but I stuck to being me.

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  1. I really enjoyed reading this. I like this week's questions. I feel like I just got to know you better :)

  2. Getting two degrees in 4 years is quite a feat. I can agree with you in regards to Skype. Personally, I use Face Time, but it's the same difference. I am able to stay connected to my family when I travel.

    Have a great week,