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9.08.2005

3 ?s

I posed three questions to Zubegirl on her blog, and now it's my turn. Here's the rules:
  • Ask me 3 questions. Any 3, no matter how personal, private or random.
  • I have to answer them honestly. I have to answer them all. I reserve the right to edit as necessary, but not worried on that front.
  • In turn, you post this message in your own blog or journal and you have to answer the questions that are asked of you.

    How's that?

  • 9 Comments:

    Blogger Pradipto said...

    Cool idea!!
    i am game:)

    8/9/05 9:14 AM  
    Blogger The Cubicle Reverend said...

    (1)If you could have one dream job at all, what would it be?

    (2)Is there a secret guilty pleasure you enjoy?

    (3)If you could listen to only one CD which one would it be?

    8/9/05 9:22 AM  
    Blogger The Cubicle Reverend said...

    http://thecubiclereverend.blogspot.com/2005/09/three-questions.html

    8/9/05 9:28 AM  
    Blogger Zube Girl said...

    Hopefully it's okay if I interview you, quid pro quo style. :-)

    1. What is the most important thing you want your children to tell you they learned from you when they grow up?

    2. What was the single sweetest, most thoughtful, yet seemingly insignificant thing your wife has done for you?

    3. What was the most creative meal you ever prepared when the cupboards were looking bare?

    8/9/05 11:26 AM  
    Blogger The Cubicle Reverend said...

    some good questions from zube girl I think

    8/9/05 12:07 PM  
    Blogger Rick said...

    all good questions - i'll wait 'til later tonight to post responses, see who else wants to play. thanks!

    8/9/05 12:09 PM  
    Blogger Nakia said...

    1) What's your biggest regret.

    2) When was the last time you knew for sure God was speaking to you.

    3) What is your fondest family memory?

    8/9/05 1:46 PM  
    Blogger Craig said...

    Ok, Here are some ?'s:
    1) What is your favorite (or most challenging) worship song and why?

    2) What do you presently see as your biggest parenting challenge and how are you addressing it?

    3) How do you read books so fast and why do you review them on your blog? Doesn't that take the joy out of reading them?

    8/9/05 3:10 PM  
    Anonymous jeremy said...

    1.) Can I borrow $500?

    2.) If i told you i was a pathelogical liar, would you believe me?

    3.) Will your answer to this question be no?

    8/9/05 8:27 PM  

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