29 January 2007

Monday Madness - Questions from "mom"

Do you make New Year's resolutions? If so, what is your most important one?

Sometimes I make New Year's resolutions, but I usually try to assess my life regularly to make sure that I'm doing anything I've resolved to do to be a better person. This year, I think my most important resolution is to try to let things go. I know I'll never be able to do that, but hopefully I can stop getting so stressed out about the things I am incapable of letting go.

Easter is coming. Many Christians give up something for Lent. Do you give something up for any reason (or season)? What is it this year?

I don't usually think about that until much closer to the Easter season. In my mind, it's not really "coming up" quite yet.

Do you watch the Super Bowl? If so, do you watch it with a group? If not, what do you do while the game is on? Anything special?

I have been watching the Super Bowl with friends since I went to college. If people hadn't invited me to various parties over the years, I would have done whatever I do on a regular Sunday. I honestly couldn't care less about sports unless I'm around people who do, and even then...

Would you miss Monday Madness if it stopped permanently?

I would, but I think I could live without it.

Name at least one theme for MM questions. Share at least one question for that theme.

Music? I'll come back to this in a bit.

2 comments:

Heart of Rachel said...

Letting go is not always easy especially if it involves something very significant in your life. But I realized that once you've overcome the difficulty of letting go of something or someone, you'll feel a sense of upliftment that is quite hard to explain.

Music is a nice theme. Looking forward to that.

NutmegNine said...

Ah, letting go. Like water off a duck's back and all that. Easier said than done, although it definitely gets easier over time, mainly because it's too exhausting to let too much little stuff get on the old nerves. So maybe it's more of an "I can't be bothered" apathy than actual letting go. Either way, the days go by much more pleasantly.

Whoa, rambling introspective comment alert! Happy Monday!