Thursday, April 16, 2009

Momma Said Knock You Out

I'm hard at work behind the scenes trying to catch up on blog posts (I have about 6 in the works going back to February). Hopefully, this might hold you over until the dam holding back the Rio de Useless Info breaks (where IS the damn dam bathroom?).

Mother's Day will be here before you know it. I was just in, uh, the Library, reading and I'm shamelessly stealing this idea from my current issue of Real Simple (though I did have a similar idea WAY before this). Below are 10 questions to ask your mother (interrogate Dad too!). If you want to share them with me and the people who happen to trip and fall on to my blog, feel free to email it to me. Please don't post the answers in the comments section. I'd like to collect all the answers and post them up closer to Mother's Day (and Father's Day), so don't delay! If yo momma (and/or poppa and/or you) wants to remain anonymous, please make that obvious in the email. Otherwise, everything's game, except, of course your last name, address, bank account and SSN.

Tell your friends! Don't be shy! Hit my blog! Yea! Audience participation!

  1. What's the one thing you would have done differently as a mom/dad?
  2. Why did you choose to be with my mother/father?
  3. In what ways do you think I'm like you? And not like you?
  4. Which one of us kids did you like the best?
  5. Is there anything you have always wanted to tell me but never have?
  6. Do you think it's easier or harder to be a mother now than when you were raising our family?
  7. Is there anything you regret not having asked your parents?
  8. What's the best thing I can do for you right now?
  9. Is there anything that you wish had been different between us--or that you would still like to change?
  10. When did you realize you were no longer a child?

1 comment:

  1. Maybe you'll compile your results in a self-published book?