Sorry to dissapoint you but I'm going to vote for whoever I think has this country's best interest at heart. Just because somebody new comes along doesn't mean they will auotmtically make the best decisions for everybody.
If you could only give money to two charities, what would they be and why?
Post by Miss Megara on Apr 17, 2010 19:17:56 GMT -5
You think I don't? I'm sure you do vote for whom you think is best. At least you vote. The attitude in my hood is 'it's not gonna happen so why bother?' Regan, I know must be spinning in his grave. He had a good idea. Something I'd like to know, someday is why the presidants that had very good intentions for our country got assinaited, and had attempted assinations. *shrug*
I only know of two charities and that is make a wish foundation and...I believe it's called operation smile. So, those being the only two I know of that would account for the 'why'.
Remember we don't have a TV connection so I don't know all the charities out there. Nor do I know all the shows, which for some strange reason people just expect me to know. Ya know there was a poll taken on if Cable TV should be a right or a privelage and the majority said Cable TV should be a right. Personally I think it should be a privlage...something you work for, if you would like to have it...not something that is just given and paied out of others taxes.
Sorry for that itty bitty rant. Sometimes I break off on little tangents...runs on my moms side of the family. They all do it. Haha! If only yall knew all the quirks and oddities. Laugh, laugh, laugh... ;D
I have, several times actually, and each time it's different.
When I was 12 I wanted to get married at a beach in July and after for the reception everyone could all go swimming!
Then I wanted to get married in the spring in...oh what are they called? They are usually white and in a backyard, or garden, sometimes people have tea in them.
Needless to say my dream wedding keeps changing. The only thing that never changes is the fact that I'd like an out door wedding. Oh! And be able to dance.
At my church dancing is prohibited and I don't know why because in the Bible it says the people danced. Other churches that have the same doctrine as mine dance...even during the service at times. *shrug*
Post by Miss Megara on May 29, 2010 1:31:07 GMT -5
White obviously. I like modesty. The bridal dresses I like the best were made in the 50s and 60s. So probaly one that looked like it came from one of those eras. Actually I have a collectiable Wedding Day Barbie. She's from sometime in between those times and I adore the dress she has on. I'll have to take a picture of it sometime and let you see.
In a way I suppose I think it's important. Not because of tradition either. I was not raised up in church my whole life. I don't know if you'd accept more real as an answer. But when you get married you're making a covenant between you, your spouse, and God. I know non believers shall disagree, which is fine as you are entitled to. Free will.
Yes. I liked Barbie's when I was young. When I was 12 I started collecting them; among porcelian dolls. But a favorite...I don't think so, not unless you'd count Ariel. Every time a new Ariel doll came out I had to have it!
Did I like dolls as a child? Yes. Though they weren't my favorite things to play with.
Post by Miss Megara on Aug 10, 2010 14:17:38 GMT -5
I have loads of stuffed animals, Silver. I can't recall playing with them much as a child, only having them on display. There was this really cool thing that mom got that you placed on the window and sat stuffed animals on it. She also got one of those stuffed animal hammocks. I had loads. Still have them but most are packed away.
Well Barkydog, I'm still collecting dolls, and stuffed animals. Though my collection has moved on to include things people plan to throw away. Things that I could use for art projects. Yeah, I'm like Ariel. I collect everything. In one of the songs "There's Only One Ariel" when it got to "She brings stuff home from everywhere, her rooms a mess, she doesn't care, there's hardly room for her in there..." I thought 'Man that sounds like me!' When I'm working with people and they are gonna get rid of something I tell them not to and to just give it to me to take home. I'm very odd in that reguard.
Favorite toy as a child...I don't think I had one Skybird. I know I was always protective of all my Little Mermaid things and never let any one touch them. But what I remember most is just using my imagation, playing with my friends, and going to dance class. I also remember my sewing machine and easy bake oven. I used those a lot too!