Wednesday, August 31, 2005

THREE THINGS

These are our Three Things that I have saved. If you wish to respond with a comment, please ALSO CUT AND PASTE THE RELEVANT THREE THINGS with your comment, or else we won't know what you are commenting on. Right?


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What Three Things have you enjoyed about the Space Shuttle?

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What Three Things don't you understand? Huh?


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What Three Things do you enjoy about Pattycam Watchers Blog?


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What Three Things will be wonderful about the 2012 Olympics going to London?

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What Three Things would you take on a 12 hour train journey?


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What Three Things are in your bathroom cupboard, that people might find a bit odd.

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What Three Things would you say to old school chums at a 30 year old reunion.


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What Three Things do you find impossible?


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On the BBC coverage of the Chelsea Garden Show today, the question "What one flower would you take on a desert island with you".

So my question is, what three flowers would you take on a desert island with you.


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What Three Things signify to you the change from a) summer to winter, and b) winter to summer?


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What were your Three Things from childhood that you loved and played with? (It doesn't have to be a toy either?)


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Tell us Three Things you did on the weekend. Or perhaps you meant to do, but ended up doing something else. Are these regular things you did, or were they one-offs or a special occasion?


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Tell me what Three Things are within an arms reach of you, at your computer. Reach out your arms, and what are the Three Things that you can touch/see/contect with?


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What Three Things did your mother always tell you when you were growing up?


THREE QUESTIONS
I was listening to the radio this morning, and a woman said "I have worked for many years tending the sick and dying, and many people have expressed dismay and regret at things that they didn't do in life, or didnt have the chance to do, during their time."

So my questions are these....

What things might you regret at the end of your life?

What memories do you think will make you happy.....

.... and what will give you cause to weep?


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What Three Things would you have liked to have said to the Pope before he passed away?

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What are your favorite Three Things for breakfast? It could be food/recipes or simply a routine, eg, drinking tea out of a china cup.


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Name Three Things on the top shelf of your refrigerator. No peeking!


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What are your favourite Three Things you love to do, or get great satisfaction from, regarding housework or housekeeping? They might be an annual job, or a daily chore.


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What are your Three favourite Things to eat?

Tell us one Sandwich filling,
one favourite drink,
and one favourite "special Treat".

(This is making me hungry already!) :)


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What three things should you do before you die? Would it be absailing, telling your loved ones something special, or planting an oak tree? Tell us what you really want to do before you go. :)


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What three things would you like to overhear someone saying about you?


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What Three items of clothing do you find hard to part with?


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What Three Books have changed your life/opinions/outlook. They might have been childhood books, or the latest bestseller. Spill the beans!


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What Three Things do you do every day, without fail?


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What are your Three favorite foods?


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What Three Things do you always take on holiday with you?

It might be something that you always use/want/need, or it could be something that you always take but never use.



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What Three Easter Traditions do you follow? They might be religious (going to Church, Lent) or family traditions. Do tell and share it with us! :)

2 comments:

rachelle said...

THREE THINGS
Tell us Three Things you did on the weekend. Or perhaps you meant to do, but ended up doing something else. Are these regular things you did, or were they one-offs or a special occasion?

1. As the Celtic Manor Golf Resort is only a stones throw away from where I live (we can actually see some of the golf course from our window). We took the opportunity of going up to watch the ALL STAR golf tournament. Amongst alot of english actors which maybe wouldnt be known in Australia the most famous all round actors and actresses there playing were, Catherine Zeta Jones, Micheal Douglas and Haley osment (the young boy out of sixth sense). Great day and evening, as we also grabbed the opportunity to driving up to watch the stars walking into the hotel for the Gala Dinner. My son managed to get heaps of autographs and I managed quite a few photos.

2. Once a year on the bank holiday Monday the transporter bridge in Newport is open there gates to allow people to walk right over the top of it. A truely breathtaking experience. We could see for miles.

3. Went for a walk which we take once in a while along the goytre canal with our dog Frankie. Its just so tranquil and pretty there. This again is only a short drive away from us. I think myself so lucky that I live in such a beautiful country. Within a matter of half an hours drive in any direction there is so many lovely things and great places to explore, whether it be a walk in the countryside, a day at the beach or looking around castles, never time to be bored

Anonymous said...

I'll post the three most unusual things within my reach :)
1. a backscratcher
2. a 5 dollar certificate for a doughnut store
3. diamond earrings.