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  1. #31
    Lily42 Guest
    1. make them happier
    2. Listen
    3. eat/drink with them buy a meal or cook
    4. Give presents- like it when it can be something I have made or written for them personally
    5. share my testimony with them, talk about faith

  2. #32
    Mandrake Root Guest
    taking some of the previous questions

    5 places to visit...

    1. Italy hahha of course.. been twice now... and can't wait to go again.

    2. India - the culture and religion fascinate me to no end
    3. China - ditto ^
    4. Poland - for personal reasons.. to see where my family came from
    5. Russia - ditto ^

    5 favorite groups..

    1. Emerson Lake and Palmer
    2. Franco Battiato
    3. Osanna
    4. Magma
    5. Traffic

    5 favorite things to do for others... hmmm..

    1. make people feel special, we all are in our own ways
    2. make people laugh
    3. when that fails.. make them smile
    4. when that fails... make them think
    5. when that fails... make them mad


    next question...

    5 things you have never done that you have always wanted to do..but for what ever reason didn't....

  3. #33
    patrick149 Guest
    I don't travel much, but here's 5 places I'd like to visit in my lifetime:

    1. New York City
    2. Las Vegas
    3. Alaska
    4. Hawaii
    5. Ireland



    5 things I'd like to do but for some reason haven't done yet:

    1. See the Minnesota Vikings win a Super Bowl
    2. See the Minnesota Vikings IN a Super Bowl
    3. Skydive (even though I'm afraid of heights)
    4. Host a radio show
    5. Marry Teri Hatcher

  4. #34
    larasteele Guest
    5 things I'd like to do but haven't done yet:

    1.) Skydive
    2.) Rock / mountain climb on a real mountain (not the lil' hills and cliffs I have done so far)
    3.) Take a cruise
    4.) Scuba dive
    5.) Take swing dance or belly dance lessons

  5. #35
    Lily42 Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by larasteele View Post
    5 things I'd like to do but haven't done yet:

    1.) Skydive
    2.) Rock / mountain climb on a real mountain (not the lil' hills and cliffs I have done so far)
    3.) Take a cruise
    4.) Scuba dive
    5.) Take swing dance or belly dance lessons
    Interesting:
    Mine are-
    1) learn to paint
    2) Make a cd to sell of my own music
    3)visit alaska
    4) Go on a mission trip
    5) Write a novel or a informational/educational book

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    Five things I'd like to do but haven't done yet because it isn't feasible, lol! But they're my dream tasks:

    1. Volunteer for an extended period of time in another country w/ a program like Peace Corps or Unicef.

    2. Give up a permanent life. I'd stay and work one place until I tired of it and then I'd open a map, pick another place, and leave.

    3. Build the ultimate gaming computer system.

    4. Take a trip around the world and learn as much as I can about the world.

    5. Hang Glide.
    there before the threshold, I saw a brighter world beyond myself

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    5 things I've yet to do but want to...

    1. Whitewater rafting
    2. Jump out of an airplane
    3. Graduate!!!
    4. Drive a racecar
    5. Take a cooking class

  8. #38
    Lily42 Guest

    what are your five all time fav rock-n-roll songs..

    1)Lliving on the edge-Aerosmith
    2) Come sail away-styx
    3) More than a feeling-boston
    4)Jump-van halen
    5)Eminence Front-the who

    Guess I am dating myself lol

  9. #39
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    I need (at least) two different categories for favorite songs.

    Music:

    1. Cecilia - Simon & Garfunkel
    2. The entire second half of Abbey Road - The Beatles
    3. Where the Streets Have No Name - U2
    4. Hook - Blues Traveler
    5. Close to Me - The Cure


    Lyrics:

    1. Against the Grain - Bad Religion
    2. True to Myself - Ziggy Marley
    3. The Authority Song - John Cougar Mellencamp
    4. I Won't Back Down - Tom Petty
    5. I Got a Name - Jim Croce

  10. #40
    Lily42 Guest
    it is tough for sure love U2 as well.. forgot about them when I was pondering.. yep lyrics deserve another category..
    top five lyric songs:
    1. the pretender-jackson brown
    2. time for me to fly- reo speedwagon
    3. turn the page- bob seger
    4. all about soul - billy joel
    5. time in a bottle-jim croce

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    this looks like fun!

    Here are my answers to previous questions:

    travel
    Ireland~it's my dream to go there. So beautiful green, the irish pubs, Celtic music
    Prince Edward Island~I've wanted to go there ever since I saw Anne Of Green Gables back in the 80's
    Italy
    ~I'm Italian and would love to visit the places where my grandpap lived when he was a child
    Scotland
    ~like Ireland, I think Scotland is a beautiful place full of rich culture
    Morocco~I've always saw Morrocco as an exotic place

    groups/singers

    Loreena Mckennitt~One of the most amazing voices I've ever heard. Her music touches my soul
    The Moody Blues~One of the most lyrical, souful groups ever. Also they're such down to earth people in the music industry
    Enigma~my introduction to the new age/ambient/electronica genre.
    Cindy Morgan~One of my favorite Christian artists. Her music speaks to my heart.
    Delerium~another new age/electronica/ambient project I'm passionate for

    favorite things to do for others
    listen to them
    try to cheer them up
    look at their good qualities
    pray for them
    give to them

    things I would like to do
    get married
    write a novel
    travel around the USA
    go to Ireland
    own a bookshop

    lyric songs
    Nights In White Satin~Moody Blues
    Forever Autumn~Justin Hayward
    Cantus~Connie Dover
    Dante's Prayer~Loreena Mckennitt
    I Will Be Free~Cindy Morgan

  12. #42
    larasteele Guest

    New topic!

    This thread is languishing, so, new topic.

    The five best STORIES you have ever read (no specific category--all open.)

    1.) The Sandman graphic novel series by Neil Gaiman. (This is cheating a bit, because it is a collection of stories---however, it counts, as the stories are inside other stories. If you have always thought of comic books as low-brow, check this out. It is amazing, intelligent, creative, and Endlessly Delightful.)

    2.) Dune by Frank Herbert (I'd love to cheat again and say the whole Dune series and Dune universe, but this book will do, as it opens a whole new--well, universe, to everyone who reads it.)

    3.) Lord of the Rings: Return of the King by JRR Tolkien

    4.) The Dark Tower by Stephen King (Last book of Gunslinger series)

    5.) Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by JK Rowling

    (Anyone see a pattern? I love stories that continue; as well as stories that open up a whole new world. Each of these books expanded my ideas of what the world, the universe, and life can contain. These stories stay with me, and make me think, dream, and hope: what if....)

    Your turn!

  13. #43
    Lily42 Guest
    My five favorite stories

    1) The Incredible Journey
    2) Celestine Prophecy
    3) The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
    4) Purpose Driven Life - not really a story but a great book
    5) The Bible--- for me continues to be a timeless incredible story of life, death, lust, sin and life in general; sprinkled with grace and love & an amazing ending

    I could go on and on though I love booiks I could have bene a librarian, I would be happy to read everything in the world... I like serious deep stuff, stuff that makes you think, and stuff that is just a fantasy or an escape to a different zone.. I loved harry potter as well for that aspect, and hate to see the end of it.. Also like westerns as they send you away to another time and place... It was tough to just pick five --- Another one I really liked was called Instructions to the Cook- A zen masters take on living a life that matters.. Found that very illuminating.
    ahh maybe I will just read today... it is twenty below wind chill here today brrr...
    lily

  14. #44
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    Hummmm.....books.....

    1. The Sack of Rome
    2. The Sad Sack
    3. The Gunny Sack
    4. Bag of Bones (S. King)
    5. The Rattle Bag

    Guess Who!

  15. #45
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guess Who! View Post
    Hummmm.....books.....

    1. The Sack of Rome
    2. The Sad Sack
    3. The Gunny Sack
    4. Bag of Bones (S. King)
    5. The Rattle Bag

    Guess Who!

    What's with you and sacks, Guess who?!?

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