20 August 2007

manic monday







What is the biggest transition you've had to make in your life?

That's a very difficult question.

Maybe it was when I had to turn from a shy girl into a girl that took part in life.
Maybe it was after my first girl died... I had to start to believe in life again, and life up to it.

If you had to be famous for something, what would you choose?

I want to be famous for standing up for peace and human rights.
Especially for the rights of children and parents.
Children have a right to have mom or dad stay at home, instead of being at a daycare.
Women have a right to be rewarded for all they do, so they should have a basic income.

What surprises you most about your life so far?

Hmmm.... That it's passing so fast, and the children consume my time so well, that I'm aging without doing the things I wanted to do. I don't have the chance to use my talents.

On a larger scale.
I'm amazed that the care for others stops at the border of a country.
People allow themseleves to strife for more and more, better and better, but when people flee war, hunger and want to strife for a better life they're not allowed to do it.

4 comments:

JennieBoo 20 August 2007 at 15:11  

Wow, what a strong, hard-working woman you are.

I admire you greatly!

I am sorry about the death of your girl...I never knew.

May God bless and keep you.

Happy Monday, Lanne.

Fleur de Lisa 20 August 2007 at 15:53  

Oh Laane, your answers are wonderful!

I am so sorry about the loss of your girl. I cannot begin to imagine...

I stayed at home with my son until he started school so that I would be the one raising him, not a daycare. It was something very important to me. I now have a job that allows me flexibility to be there for him.

Life is going by so quickly. I try to remind myself to slow down and stop to enjoy each day.

Thank you for playing and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

meowminx 20 August 2007 at 16:06  

I liked your answers for this week :) I'm a stay at home mom, and a lot of people disapprove of it, esp my mother. She thinks it's better if my kids are left with a nanny, like my sister and I were.

Mine's posted here.

Have a great week!

Desert Diva 20 August 2007 at 21:54  

What a courageous and strong woman you are. I'm so very sorry about your daughter - I can't begin to imagine. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week!

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