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Sunday Stealing: Pumpkin Questions

Sunday Stealing: The Place for Pumpkin Questions

1. If "happiness" was the global currency, what kind of work would make you a gazillionaire? 

A: Reading, Coloring, Cooking/baking, Writting, Gardening. 

2. Would you break the law to save someone you loved?  And, if so, how far would you be willing to take it?

A:I have never broken any laws in my 29 years. If a loved one one is in trouble I would try and save them without Breaking the law firdt But if it was for my kids or my husband I would probably be willing to break the law for them so they would be safe.  

3. Is it possible to really know the truth without questioning it first?

A: Depends on the situation I guess.
4. Do you remember that one time . . . oh, about 5 years ago or so . . . when you were really, really upset?  Does it really matter now? If not now, then when?

A: No it doesn't matter anymore beacuse I am happy with what I have accomplished since then.

5. Is it possible to know, without a doubt, what is good and what is evil?

A: Yes I believe so.
6. What would you do differently if you knew nobody would judge you?

A: Mmm not sure yet. 

7. Would you rather have less work to do, or more work you actually enjoy doing?

A: More work that I enjoy doing.

8. Would you rather be an anxious genius, or a tranquil fool?

A: Anxious Genius.

9. Are you more worried about doing things right, or doing the right things?

A: Doing the right things. 

10. How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?

A: 21 

Happy Easter Everyone. 🐰


  1. I'd rather be an anxious genius, too.
    Happy Easter, Stacey! 😊

    1. Happy Easter to you too. Enjoy your week as well. 😀

  2. Law abiding citizens are good citizens. Keep it up!


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