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Question you this Sunday...

If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

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erinann said…
I'm not a nclm visitor, in fact I don't even know what that is but I would change that I care so much about what other people think.

Truly, who cares!??
Jill said…
I'm not a MCLM visitor either, however, I'd like to answer your question! I would change how critical I am of myself (in every way). I need to happy with current self-physically, emotionally, mentally, etc. :-)
The Wright's said…
Hi.

BTW, what would your answer be?

Mine is that I would like to be less messy and more systematic at home when it comes to cleaning and whatnot...ie mop the floors every week on Sunday, vacuum the floors every other day, etc. Yeah..never gonna happen!

Christina
www.unquestionablelove.blogspot.com
Sam said…
I am indeed an NCLM visitor, in fact, I think that I have commented on this blog before, but I am losing track of what I have commented where!!

Annnnnyway, what would I change about myself - my exceedingly strong ability to procrastinate!!! Changing that would change a lot in my life I think!!
annacyclopedia said…
I'm here from NCLM - great question! If I could change one thing about myself, it would be my procrastination with and aversion to money-related things. It's so dumb!
kcmarie122 said…
Great question!

I would want to be more patient. Most of my conflicts (mostly inner conflict and unhappiness) with my hubby, my family, and my work come from being impatient. I think I would be a lot happier person if I could change that!

What about you?
calliope said…
here from nacomleavmo!

I would change the size of my feet. I mean sure I would like a smaller ass & all, but really I can't ever find shoes that fit me and I feel like I wouldn't fret so much about my behind if I had on some fabulous shoes...
hopeful #1 said…
I would change my eye color.

I would also change my obsessive behaviors.

I would also change my memory. I'm so forgetful!
T&W said…
To learn how to stop worrying so much about things that I have no control over.
seussgirl said…
Here from NCLM -
Intangible: I would want to be able to let go of past hurts.
Physical: I'd make my teeth whiter. :)

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