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Monday, September 24, 2012

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Question Of The Week 9/24/12



What does your future hold?

27 comments:

  1. to your comment on my post - you are soooo right!

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  2. Hopefully not working until the day I die. :)

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  3. Whitemist -- So if that's the case, the Bedford Street Arts and Crafts festival is still in your future:)

    Lynn -- I always thought I would. Well, I'm retired from banking but guess I'll always "work".

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  4. Trips to exotic places? I'm hoping. :)

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  5. Scarlet -- Why bother when you turn every place around you into an "exotic" place:)

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  6. I don't know and perhaps that is a good thing.

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  7. I don't know what is in my future, Annie, and I REALLY don't want to know.

    If I ever ran into that crazy Long Island Medium who stalks people on TV so she can tell them that their dead relatives are still dead,I would run away so fast I would leave skid marks on the sidewalk.

    I'd rather just drift along,looking for the big wave,until I'm surprised by something happening......

    Check out my Facebook page for old wedding pictures..

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  8. Beyond walking the dog in a few minutes, my future is a mystery to me......I'm not sure I would want to know, even if it was posssible.

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  9. Such a deep question for a Monday:) I think my future holds love and laughter, aches and pains, births and deaths and all that life has to offer.

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  10. I'm going to win the lottery

    then again statistic say I am more likely to be struck by lightning

    so

    I will probably win millions then be struck by lightning ;)

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  11. Death, I think that's fairly certain. :D

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  12. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that I can stay healthy along with my family!

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  13. Tabor -- Definitely a good thing.

    Nancy -- I have never sought out a medium to tell my future but attending a dinner party I did run into a woman who proclaimed she was a witch and predicted something so horrible about my future that she couldn't disclose her vision. I tried to laugh it off but you know it made me a bit curious. So far so good:)

    Oh yes I have seen all your great Facebook wedding photos! Didn't you tell me not to comment on your Facebook?

    Jeanie -- And you know that even the dog isn't guaranteed that walk.

    Changes in the wind -- Yep, it's pretty wonderful isn't it?

    Dianne -- Not an optimist huh? LOL

    ashok -- If there was a prize, you would win it!

    LL Cool Joe -- I call that "the peace that passes all understanding".

    Chatty Crone -- Knew that.

    Kay -- Hearing how you guys live, I'm pretty certain you will have good health for a very long time.

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  14. As Monica of Changes in the wind said, this was a deep question for a Monday. Thanks everyone for giving such well thought answers anyway. Hope my future continues to include all of my blog friends!

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  15. No, Annie, I never asked you not to comment on Facebook. At least, I don't remember asking you. If I did I take it back...

    I like to have you comment...

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  16. My future gets more uncertain every day, but I'm hoping to continue spending my future with my family, doing the things we love to do.

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  17. It won't be boring, that's for sure!

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  18. Hello Annie
    We all know nothing is a definite or certain in life - but I'd like to know waking up each morning for many many more years is a cert for me - preferably somewhere warm and not in pain would be good.
    Take care
    Cathy
    commenting via blogger

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  19. Short term: shower, food, sleep, Day Off with rain, phone calls, n bill paying.

    Long Term: better job, better house conditions, alot of musical instrument playing, n hopefully more time visiting loved ones. I want alot more production of stuff if at all possible. Oh, n the sooner I hit the lottery jackpot, the better!

    Yes, I'm willing it to happen! If you don't tell the universe what you want, it won't hear you n give it to you, according to "The Secret" book...

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  20. Better paying job and more publishing success.

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  21. Nancy -- Must have been my "old-timers" disease.

    Bonnie -- I believe you can count on the joy of family continuing.

    Riot Kitty -- Amen sister!

    Cathy -- To keep waking up would be good future with warmth and pain free as a bonus.

    Snaggle Tooth -- Tell the universe you'll settle for winning the lottery and it won't have to be the jackpot.

    G.B. Miller -- It looks like all systems are go for your future desires.

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  22. Blog friends -- I read this once and wrote it down but cannot remember the author. It seems applicable for this post:

    "We can take courage from remembering that God takes our efforts and blesses them, bringing results far richer than anything we can possibly imagine - and certainly far beyond any specific outcome we might narrowly envision."

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  23. Annie...Or MY "Old Timers"....

    I love the quote. God certainly puts all those mediums in their proper place,doesn't He?

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  24. I can't imagine what my future holds. When I look back at the way my life has gone so far, I could have never imagined some of the twists and turns. I think of the Lewis Carroll quotation about "seven impossible things before breakfast"!

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