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Friday, August 19, 2005

Thirty-fourth Question

If you were able to spend 24 hours with any person of your choosing (alive today), who would it be and why?


  • At 12:11 PM, Anonymous Amgrace said…

    It's a tie.

    I would love to spend the day with Johnnie Colemon, founder of Christ Universal Temple for Better Living in Chicago (
    I would want to listen to her trials and tribulations, ask her questions, tell her how much impact she has had on my life. I know that I would not be where I am today without her teachings and I would want to thank her.

    I would also like to spend the day with Pema Chodron. I love her wisdom and teachings. I've read a lot of her work and I would like to ask her questions about her journey and how to better apply her teachings to my own life.

  • At 1:40 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Easy. My father. He passed when I was 6 from injuries recieved in a car accident. I have so many questions theres no where to start. I have so much to tell him, to ask.
    Most of all I just want him to hold me, and hear all the things a father says to his daughter, to say the word Daddy is so forgien to me, I would just love to be able to say it over and over and over again in those 24 hours.

  • At 3:28 PM, Blogger TinaPoPo said…

    My husband. Is that cheesy? Too bad.

  • At 3:51 PM, Blogger arcane said…

    My first instinct here is to say I would spend it with my girlfriend, but truthfully I would have to say Guinevere Turner for completely hedonistic reasons.

  • At 5:23 PM, Blogger Cass said…

    I would spend the day with my oldest neice, Bay. She has two younger siblings and oldest child symdrome, and anytime she gets a day where all the attention is focused soley on her she is in heaven. I love them all so much, and it makes her so happy to the only kid around for the day!

  • At 9:37 PM, Blogger scribble said…

    Barbra Streisand while recording.


  • At 1:31 AM, Blogger AutumnMoon said…

    Antonio Banderas. That's all I should say.

  • At 11:32 AM, Blogger SassyFemme said…

    Hmm, I know I posted here. I remember writing it out. It's not here now. Grrrr. Anyway, I would choose to spend 24 hours with my birth sister, Meghan, because we have yet to meet in person.

  • At 11:41 AM, Blogger nancy =) said…

    well, maybe not for 24 hours, but i'd like to meet laura bush for just 10 minutes...just to see if she has a pulse...and the other 23 hours and 50 minutes i'd like to spend alone with my husband, cuz we just don't spend enough time alone together...ciao

  • At 3:54 PM, Blogger Sith Snoopy said…

    Hmmm... living people:
    Jesus. No, not the "exclamation", the actual person. :)

    Dr. Dobson, who has taught me alot about God and Jesus with his radio show.

    My Sister from my Dad's first marriage. I haven't seen her since I was a teenager. There's a big rift between my family and her. I'd like to heal that rift, especially before my Dad dies.

    Dead people:
    My Grandfather and Grandmother on my Mom's side, and my Grandfather on my Dad's side. And my Dad's brother, whom I was named after, but whom I never met.

    Also my Mom's Sister, who died when I was very little.

    I would also like to talk to my Dad's Mom, and try to figure her out, and maybe give her a chance to apologize to her son for the way she treated him.

  • At 4:36 PM, Blogger AKH said…


    She is such an amazing woman, I would just want to witness a day in her life. I'd also love to sit down with her and just talk about everything. LOL Motherhood, marriage, hollywood, politics, you name it, we'd discuss it in 24 hours. I think it would be an incredible learning experience and an incredible day.

  • At 7:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    My mom---she's cool & she's fun & we just don't get to spend much time together--just the 2 of us.

  • At 11:31 PM, Blogger Ace of Spades said…

    Drew Barrymore, and if she was too busy than it would have to be Sandra Bullock. Enough said.

  • At 9:58 PM, Blogger sdk said…

    KSH...and it hurts my heart to even think about it.


  • At 6:35 AM, Blogger Late Edition said…

    my paternal grandmother, who died when i was nine ... i haven't seen her since i was seven ... we have a lot in common, i think and i'd like her advice

  • At 11:18 AM, Anonymous phreddd said…

    My mother. She's told me bits and pieces over the years about when and why things between her and my father got weird, but I need to know more (like why she chose to keep a child - me - when the relationship that the pregnancy arose from was so clearly headed into disarray)


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