Questions about Lindsey

Who are my heros? Jesus first and foremost, my daddy, and Beth Moore. Boy, that is an intresting mix of people.

If you were a crayon what color would you be? Pink! You would think green would be but no dear ones I say pink because it stands out in a crowd and I want to be that to people the one who sticks out.

Am I doing what I really want to do? Yes, after a long time waitting. I about to start a job that will change the lives of children with special needs. I have always wanted to make difference in a person's life. And, I have this blog which I see as ministry. I try to reach out to everyone.

What am I grateful for? My GOD, My Family, My friends, My Books, My education, and the personality GOD put into my body!

Have I seen enough of the world? In my humble opinon, no not hardly. I want to go ministering one day in all 50 states. So far I have accomplished four...Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, and New Mexico. 46 more to go!

What was the toughest time in my life? I've had a few. The day my dad was put to rest, it was like we were burying my best friend. My father was one of the most laid back human beings on this planet. And, saying, "I see you later, Daddy", was heartbreaking. When the man of three years tried to crumble my spirit, when he admitted every single thing he did while we together. This was a man I saw a future in, a man that I thought loved me. I mentally (thank GOD did not go through) bought the wedding dress, wedding ring, and had the kids with! Forgiving him and letting go of him has been the hardest thing since burying my daddy!

What was the easiest time in my life? Learning to LOVE! Spite all my heartbreaks or sadness that has come in my life I have just kept on loving. I love so many people in this world, people I do not even know. Most of you my readers I do not know in real life but I love you all ever so much! That is why I tell you at the end of every blog I love you! Because, in GOD we are to love even when someone despises us, just keep on loving.

If you can meet one person of your choice, dead or alive, known or not, who would this be? Dead- L. Frank Baum, the writer of The Wizard of Oz series always loved his work. Alive- Jesus I am gonna get that one day and oh what a glorious day that will be!

What do you like to do, generally, during the weekend? Movies, I love going to the movies, I do not however do horror movies. I love a good cry and a good laugh in the lack of better words. I love to go to bookstores and get a pile of books and find a chair or a clear space and read. Church is always a must on Sundays.

Your bedside book? I have three actually! Holy Bible- one of my many its a burgendy red color and a KJV. Secondly, we have The Invisible Man by H.G Wells which I will be starting tonight actually, and third we have The Friday Night Knitting Club got for $1 at a book sale we shall see if I enjoy!

The quotation, which you prefer? Helen Keller The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart. Have that on my coffee mug actually, got it at Romancing the Stone.

What will you bring with you on a desert island?? (5 max)?
1. Books lots and lots of books my Bible is in this pile!
2. Friends and Family a must.
3. Totliteres. Shampoo, Toliet Paper that kinda thing.
4. Diet Dr. Pepper
5. More clothing.

The best gift that somebody offers to you? Love.

What do you want people to say about you after you are no longer living? What is your legacy? She was a great person and loved GOD with all her heart. I leave my best friends behind if I was to die young. They have been my rocks. I hope one holds onto the journals of my everso running mind, I have faith in him holding onto them.

You can have one of the followingtwo things: trust/love? love because with love comes trust.. and vise versa

Think of the last person who youreally knew that died. You have thechance to give them 1 hour of lifeback, but you have to give one year ofyour life. Would you? Yes, I would call Lorna's mom and say hey you might wanna give Lorna a ride I am begging you.

When was the last time you told someone you loved them? In person: My mom, on the phone: Christie (sister), and on chat Joshua.

If you had to go back in time and change one thing, if you HAD to, even if you had "no regrets" what would it be?" I am sure ya'll are thinking, the man of three years problem and boy are you WRONG. I would go back and stay home with my dad on his last day. Fake being sick to be with him, and get him some help.

Which is worse, failing or never trying? Like my dad used to tell me, "How do you know your gonna fail if you do not try".

If you could offer a newborn child only one piece of advice, what would it be? What does not kill us, makes us stronger.

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