31 August 2007

friday's feast

Who is the easiest person for you to talk to?

I don't know... the neighbouring woman, I think.
Not that we share matters very personal, but about the children she is the person.

If you could live in any ancient city during the height of the quality of its society and culture, which one would you choose?

Djenne in Mali.
But any of the first world people will do.

What is the most exciting event you’ve ever witnessed?

The reunion of my school, I think. We met after 25 years and I felt the same about my first love, found out at the time people valued me more than I knew.
They'd better told me when I was young...it would have mattered a lot.

Main Course
If you were a celebrity, what would you do for a publicity stunt?

A stunt for what?
And what kind of celebrity?
Even without being a celebrity I would bagpipe.

Without the kids to care for I would stand up for peace and equality for all human beings.
People have to start thinking without borders. We should share what we have: love, care, understanding, food and healthcare. Even jobs.

I can't understand that people who flee their own country because of war are kept from entering a country that has more.
It makes me sick in the stomach that people go for more and more and more, even think they are better than others, and they just don't care for others.

Even when we had almost nothing I was able to sell some clothes to get enough money to buy my friend a manually activated vacuumpump to help children to be born.
She was a midwife and was ready to leave for Swaziland, but she needed a vacuumpump.
I managed to get the money the day before she left, and got hold of the manufacturer who brought it to the airplane and paid for transport.

For months I was short of money and sometimes had to wear my denim trousers wet, because I'd sold the others.
But I didn't care one bit... especially not after receiving the message how she was able to save a mother and child at the day of her arrival there.

I've found out often, the hard way, how uncaring people are.
I'm struggling to blog for the money to buy my autistic son a computer. Which is a problem as I often deal with a slow internetconnection and miss many of the good offers.
Well, to be realistic... one of those shops or manufacturers could give one for free, or someone who throws his away could give it my son. People don't think that way, though.

We could mean so much in each other''s lives, but we get caught up in daily matters and we just don't think to care.

If I would be a celebrity on stage, I would open each performance with remembering people about this.

What do you consider the ideal age to have a first child?

There's never an ideal age. All people are different.
But I wouldn't wait untill all the money is there and a house and a car.
It's about love and care, not about having the most expensive babystuff.

I have been informing people about pregnancy and high risk pregnancy.
Fertility deminishes after the age of 30, and when you smoke, drink... This also goes for men.
So don't wait for a settled carreer, but start at ...24?

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tegdirb92 31 August 2007 at 16:23  

well thought out dessert--I agree. Wonderful feast this week.

Frances 31 August 2007 at 19:19  

Quite a feast.
You have a great love for children.
I am with you on the dessert.
Sending good vibes your way,

JennieBoo 31 August 2007 at 20:57  

What a lovely feast. I enjoyed greatly. I'm with Frances. Your love for children is wonderful!

Happy weekend!

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