A short while ago, I met a church member at a coffee house to sit and chit chat. I see her every Sunday and we’re Facebook “friends” but had never had a real conversation. So, I invited her to “coffee.” And, by “coffee” I mean vanilla bean cream frapps. I’m asking the usual questions What do you do? What do you do for fun? Where are you from? when out of the blue she asks So, what’s your salvation story? Huh? What? Um…
It reminded me of Alexandra Frazen’s 100 Questions to Inspire Rapid Self-Discovery & Understanding. People are so much more than their occupation, relationship status, and the town they grew up in. And, if we asked these questions around the table, I think we’d all get to know, really know, each other a little bit better.
So, I’m going to post & answer one or more questions per week. Answer the question for yourself in the comments. Or, you could type your answer as a blog post. Just be sure to link-up with me so we can all read your answer.
So, are you ready to learn more about me than you ever wanted to know?!! This should be fun!
What’s your personal anthem or theme song?
This song is ALL that. The lyrics get me up and going every time. EXCEPT when it blares on as my alarm in the morning. Let’s face it! Only God himself can keep me from pressing snooze in the mornings!
Do you ever yearn for your life, before Facebook?
No. I am grateful for Facebook. I was in college when it first came out and I was so excited as I searched for and found friends from elementary school. Now, especially since moving to Guam, Facebook helps me feel connected to what’s going on back home. It is rather addicting, but as long as you exercise self-control and not put out information you shouldn’t then I think Facebook is fine.
Side Note: Was Facebook competing with MySpace at one point in time? Now that was a hot mess! Don’t miss MySpace AT ALL.