Another week, another chapter in the "This is Me" challenge to conquer. We're getting there now people, I swear. (and if you have no idea what I'm talking about and/or care to check out some of my other entries, just click on the "this is me" category on the right).
This week's section is miscellaneous, so let's see what that is all about.
What is the most daring thing you've ever done?
Me and daring most definitely don't go together. I did parasail once...before I even realized it was considering "daring", but that's probably the best it's ever going to get!
What is the stupidest thing you've ever done?
I've given this a lot of thought and I really don't know! As is typical of teenagers, I made a few stupid choices when I was younger: smoking (mainly socially), drinking and driving, etc, so I'm going to go with those!
What is your most embarrassing moment?
Holy hell...I don't know!!! I've always sucked at these kind of questions by the way, as you're probably quickly realizing. OK...most embarrassing moment
....after several minutes of thinking...
I don't think I have a most embarrassing moment. Seriously. I can't think of anything. I'm a pretty open person who's really not afraid to tell anyone anything, so I'm wondering if I just don't embarrass easily!
What choices in life would you have a redo on?
I firmly believe that my choices...good and poor...have gotten me to where and who I am today, and because I'm pretty happy with where and who I am, I'm good with those choices, even if they do seem bad in some way. However, one thing I do regret is not taking more advantaged of my college experience. I had a serious boyfriend all though college, and was so focused on him and growing up too quickly that I didn't really do college like I should. Sure, I went out some, but not enough. And now that I am a real grown up with real responsibilities I realize, sadly, that I will never have the opportunity like college again!
What is your general attitude toward life?
I believe in karma. I believe that everything happens for a reason. I believe that the people in my life and the time spent with them are way more valuable than money or any things that we can accrue. I believe that I have been incredibly blessed in this life and try to acknowledge and appreciate that often.