WWTK – Challenging ones!


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QUESTIONS–

Answer these as best you can:

1. What is something you learned in the last week?
2. What is the best and worst gifts you have ever received?
3. If you could stay a certain age forever, what age would it be?
4. What would you name the autobiography of your life?
5. At what age did you become an adult?

ANSWERS–

1.) The only thing I could think of was that I actually learned how one launders money. This was prompted by a Breaking Bad episode so I went and actually read about it. I guess I knew what it entailed but didn’t understand.Paul-Renner-C6-KYC-money-laundering-example

2.) I can’t think of any recent bad gifts but I can tell you that at my fourth birthday party, a girl gave me a Barbie and I threw it at her; I did NOT like dolls! The best gift, in recent years, has to be my laptop or my camera. I could be cheesy and say my children – because they’re definitely a gift – but that goes beyond my level of hokey.

3.) I think I really liked somewhere around 26, 27, 28. Ash and I were stable, in great physical shape, and more mature than early 20s. I still feel good at 34.5 but I liked that age very much. (Below: Me at 26, on our honeymoon.)431876666_37fae8f5ee_z

4.) I once started this short story called “Lost, but seeking”, and I think that’s pretty accurate. I am always looking to improve and find who I truly am. Some days I know it and others, I feel lost. Yeah, let’s say that one.

5.) Technically, there’s some kind of gland in your brain that actually “flips” at age 25 and enables one to make mature decisions. I would say the moment I actually FELT like an adult was when i took Elliot to the doctor when he was about 2 weeks old. I thought to myself, as I carried him in, that this is what adults do: they’re responsible for someone else’s life. (Below: me with Elliot when he was new!)1348648666_307549c5e6_z

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