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Have you ever gotten involved with a co-worker or classmate? How did it work out?


I think he would have to tell me.

Ah, though I'm not sure it counts exactly.

Perhaps at some point or another... hmm.
 
 
 
 
 
 
What is the BIGGEST lie you've ever told?


It certainly wouldn't endure very well if I wrote it here.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Have you ever given a friend or partner a second chance? What were the consequences? Any regrets?


Several times, yes, and no.

After all, they've kindly done the same for me. I may be a hypocrite, but I can't conscience not returning that particular favor.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Do you prefer being the good cop or the bad cop?


Well, as long as everyone behaves themselves...

:)
 
 
 
 
 
 
If you could choose the manner in which you would ultimately die, would you? How would you want to depart this world?


...well, that's kind of a difficult question, haha.

I suppose "old age" or something of the sort would be an inappropriate answer, all things considered. I'll settle for "after."

That seems about right.
 
 
 
 
 
 
What is something you worry about everyday? How long has it been plaguing you? Do you think you'll ever overcome it?


Since this began, I believe my biggest worry has become that we'll somehow end up one traveler short due to intra-group violence, haha.


In reality, I do worry a bit. "A little about a lot of things," I suppose. I doubt that will go away any time soon; it's in my nature.
 
 
 
 
 
 
How has your education prepared you for your current or intended career? Do you wish you had taken a different path academically? Would you consider transferring or going back to school?


In a way, I suppose. I do still supervise children, haha. But I don't work in the field I was educated in, no. Er... if you can consider this a "career", anyway; I suppose it's long enough to, isn't it?

I think I'm fine with the path I had taken. Academically speaking, whatever I had chosen to study would be rather irrelevant at this point.

Ah... perhaps. Maybe when this is all over, we'll see what happens.


It's snowing. And yet, it feels as though we only just got through the last stretch of desert. It's funny how the climate changes.

Well, let's hope that tomorrow is better.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Do you think honesty is really the best policy when it comes to relationships? Is total honesty possible, let alone desirable?


I think that honesty is preferable in most cases, yes. But no, I don't believe that total honesty is possible or desirable.

It would be nice, of course, but there are some places and times when being completely honest would do more harm than good.

Then again, perhaps I'm not the one to ask.
 
 
 
 
 
 
If a loved one got diagnosed with a painful, terminal illness and asked you to help them terminate their life before they deteriorated, would you do it? If so, would you want to be present during their last moments?


I don't know. I don't think that I could answer this honestly if I tried.

I like to think that I would, because they would be suffering. They would be in pain. On the other hand... I don't think that I would be able to. Please. I don't want to think about this.

Yes. Even if it's incredibly painful. I would want to be there.

I think.

...right. Like I said, I'm not sure that I can really answer this clearly.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Was there a significant event in your life that helped define who you and caused you to re-evaluate your priorities?


Well, yes. A couple of them. I think everyone does.

I don't think I need to go into detail. Anyway, those who don't know already would probably think much less of me for it.

But I don't think I'm unhappy with the person those events created.