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From: MSN NicknameMnMischief  (Original Message)Sent: 3/21/2007 7:23 PM

Try this out! Answer the question given, then ask another question about the "first time" someone did or saw or said something. Each question should start with "The first time you..."

The first time you kissed a boy/girl was... ? 



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From: MSN NicknameUSAmeetsUKSent: 3/27/2007 11:22 PM
The first time I drove a car was...?
 
 
     In 1968, I was only 15 and my big brother thought he'd teach me to drive.  We went up on side hill road where there's very little traffic.  I did just fine..it was his car and I was surprised that he would let me drive it.  He wasn't exactly the giving "brotherly" type.  Well he got bored with it after an hour or so,  and we went on home with him saying how we would do this every night for an hour so that when I turned 16 I could pass my test.  I was quite encouraged to have my big brother wanting to help me since normally I was just a nuisance to him.  As I pulled into our driveway, he wanted me to back up to a spot on the side of the drive..and I backed right into a tree.. STOP, he screeched...I put a pretty good dent in the bumper..and that was the LAST time I drove his car!!!  (until I was much older)
 
The first time you noticed the opposite sex.....

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From: MSN NicknameDasDratsab1Sent: 3/28/2007 10:34 PM
The first time you noticed the opposite sex.....
 
Was the day I was born.  I don't remember too much about it ...strangely enough. I remember that it was the first time I was in bed with a member of the opposite sex though.
 
The first time you had a wage packet ?

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From: MSN NicknameMnMischiefSent: 3/29/2007 3:14 AM
What's a wage packet??  Do you mean a pay check?

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From: MSN NicknameDasDratsab1Sent: 3/29/2007 10:08 PM
Was the day we got paid in cash ... In a pay packet. If that translates to paycheck, yes!

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From: MSN NicknameTinyTurtleLover07Sent: 8/22/2007 5:39 PM

 Sooooooooo.....

WHEN WAS THE FIRST TIME YOU GOT A GIFT THAT YOU TRUELY LOVED!!


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From: MSN NicknameSueMac527Sent: 8/24/2007 1:33 PM
I am not materialistic and very frequently do not look I really love gifts given to me.  I think other than the births of my children it would be the frist birthday I had after meeting Jeff.
 
He arranged to fly over and landed at Heathrow early in the morning and presented me with a little bouquet of red silk roses.  he had other gifts which he gave me later but that was awesome.
 
So where and when was your first holiday without your parents in tow?

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From: MSN NicknameUSAmeetsUKSent: 8/30/2007 10:54 PM
When I was a kid I used to head to week long camps..since I was a horse lover I spent several weeks at Miracle Mountain RanchEventually I ended up buying one of their horses and then it was horse camp all year long...!!!
 
 
So, what is the first book that you really loved, couldn't put down and wished wouldn't end? 

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From: MSN NicknameMnMischiefSent: 8/30/2007 11:01 PM
The FIRST book I ever loved?????? I don't remember, I've always loved reading! But one of the books I've always loved is Mary Stewart's Crystal Cave. It's a series of 4 books about King Arthur and Merlin, and I haven't picked it up in years, but I'm about to start it again.
 
What's the loudest sound you've ever heard?

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From: MSN Nickname→©C♥A♥C©?/nobr>Sent: 10/10/2007 3:18 PM
The loudest sound I've ever heard has to be the fire alarm in the hallway. It 'goes off' quite regularly when my daughter is cooking!
 
What's the biggest mistake you've ever made which you've since lived to regret?

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From: MSN NicknameSueMac527Sent: 10/10/2007 5:43 PM
The biggest mistake I made was to give up my singing career at the age of 23 because my husband to be did not approve of my performing in public.  I regretted it within a year but the marriage lasted 23 years - a lifetime of wondering "what if...."
 
What is the kindest thing a stranger has ever done for you?

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From: MSN Nickname→©C♥A♥C©?/nobr>Sent: 1/3/2008 7:47 PM
The kindest thing a stranger has ever done is to insist I have a ten dollar note  . . . all because I chose to take him on an all-day guided tour of Vienna! I was 25 and he was 84 and if I remember rightly he came from Chicago!!!
 
If you could live your life over, what, if anything, would you change?
 
 

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From: MSN NicknameUSAmeetsUKSent: 1/3/2008 10:09 PM
I've had two bad marriages, but cannot imagine changing that part of my past since I have 3 beautiful daughters that I wouldn't want to lose.  
 
The only thing I'd want to change is that I left to go home the night my father died.  By the time I got home he was gone.  I'd have preferred to be there by his side.
 
So,  what's the very BEST ever all time movie you've ever seen? 

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From: MSN NicknameDasDratsab1Sent: 1/4/2008 1:55 AM
Films are made to suit your mood.
 
I can ( and do ) sit and watch "Zulu" time and time again. "Zulu Dawn" is a more accurate picture of the events ... but hey! That's Heroic.
 
It's a Wonderful Life ... Fills me with Hope every time I watch it ... and I watched it at least twice in the last two weeks! That's nostalgic.
 
"The Outlaw Josey Wales" is an action film that entertains from start to finish. Thats Adventure.
 
I love to laugh ... and the film that makes me laugh the most, is "The Full Monty". Sad, self depricating, full of pathos but so bloody funny!
 
Like a few of us, I've been consumed with a few problems of my own and thought about ... my Heritage. There are more than a few things I'd change in what I have done over a lifetime. Like the way I've treated a few people. The way I reacted to a few people.
 
Is there anything that you would say again to someone, that would make a difference to your life or theirs?
 

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From: MSN NicknameSueMac527Sent: 6/15/2008 2:12 PM
Is there anything that you would say again to someone, that would make a difference to your life or theirs?
 
This is a tough one because if we can go back and say the unsaid or wipe out what we did say then we change too much to even contemplate.  If for example I had said No when my first husband asked me to marry hiom then I would not have my wonderful sons and grandchildren.
 
Instead I like to think of the last words that someone spoke to me.  My sister in law was terminally ill and in hospital.  I phoned her to ask if I could come visit and she was desperately tired and said that she would rather not.  I said it was okay and I would call her again soon and see how she was doing.  When I said goodbye to her she said "God bless you always Susan."
 
I put down the phone and in my heart I knew they were the last words she would ever say to me.  She died a couple of days later without my having been able to speak to her again.  Those words changed my life in a way I can't actually define.
 
My Question
 
If you could have one gift you could give to your kids or loved one - regardless of any cost what would it be and why?

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From: MSN NicknameUSAmeetsUKSent: 6/15/2008 3:50 PM
If you could have one gift you could give to your kids or loved one - regardless of any cost what would it be and why?
 
That's a tough one;   Because of the recent events in my life I've been given so much, more than I could ever possibly repay and not just in physical or financial gifts, but the love and caring I've receieved has been so overwhelming to me.  For any woman to go through this alone is unthinkable and I'm so grateful to my family, my sisters & brothers, my children and my friends. 
 
I'm reminded daily of the concept to 'pay it forward' and in time when I'm feeling better, doing better I mean to give what I can in time and money to help other women in this situation. 
 
If you were King/Queen of the world..what would be your first act to set things right in America, and then in the UK..oh..I didn't really mean in that order..chose either or--Or both.
 

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