Fun, Fill-In the Blanks Exercise Questions and Game
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Fill-In the Blanks Game
My mental health hat comes out in my writing at times, and this is one of them. I believe writing exercises that make you think, are always a good thing. It opens your mind and heart and can actually make you feel better. If you choose to answer these fill in the blanks for yourself; my recommendation is: "don't think too hard and get relaxed." I usually turn on some light jazz when I do these type of fill-in exercises. You might be surprised what answers come out. Go ahead, give it a try. Here is what flowed from me:
Television Fill In the Blanks
Here is a fun television quiz I found on a site called 'Sporcle'. See how you do...
The _____ Prince of Bel-AirThe _____ Million Dollar ManMelrose _____The _____ DiariesMonty Python's _____ CircusOne _____ HillDiagnosis _____Law & Order: Special Victims _____America's Next Top _____How I Met Your _____Father Knows _____Gilmore _____Party of __________, the Teenage WitchWhose Line Is It _____?Fawlty _____The Facts of _____The Big Bang __________ in the MiddleAre You _____ of the Dark?
More Television Fill In the Blank Questions
More Fill Ins by Sporcle:
Designing __________ and the CityThree's __________ BettyTwo and a _____ MenThe Rockford _____Mission: __________ the PressCharles In _____The _____ ZoneGrey's _____The Greatest American _____Unsolved _____Falcon _____Leave it to __________ of the HillAs The _____ TurnsXena: Warrior _____Knots _____Rocko's _____ Life
Fill-In the Blanks Game
I WANT: No more war, peace on earth, politicians to be honest and helpful, love and forgiveness for all.
I HAVE: A twin sister, a loving family and friends and everything I have ever dreamed of.
I WISH: There was no such thing as Cancer, I still had parents.
I HATE: The word hate. Dislike sounds so much better. (I sound like my dad, God rest his soul).
I MISS: My father, my mother, my brother, my friend Billy who was killed by lightening, Bill's mom who was like my mom, my friend and past co-worker Virginia who was so special,
my cousins who have passed from illness and car accidents, aunts and uncles and grandparents that have passed, my naieve belief that I would never get really sick or get cancer.
I HEAR: The wind blowing.
I WONDER: What my niece and nephew will be when their older,
What it would be like not being a twin (eew, can't imagine that).
I REGRET: Nothing! Regrets are wasted energy. I have learned many lessons from the bad choices I have made along the way.
I AM NOT: Perfect and that's alright with me.
I DANCE: When I like the beat.
I SING: Whenever I can. I use to sing for weddings with my twin sister and old friend.
I CRY: Rather easily. Just cried last night watching the Finale of "Lost " even though I never saw one episode when it aired.
I AM NOT ALWAYS: Patient.
I MAKE WITH MY HANDS: A beautiful flower and vegetable garden in the spring and summer.
I WRITE: A blog called Twin-Cess Diaries since the beginning of this year. I'm also on HubPages. I love writing again and it's much easier online than it use to be when back in the day I had to write by hand in a journal.
I CONFUSE: People on a daily basis when I am with my twin sister. We look and act a lot alike.
I NEED: Love, the caffeine from my diet Pepsi, my daily power walks, my two dogs, to lose weight, to win the lottery, to be more patient, my faith in God.
I SHOULD: Write everyday.
I START: Every day thanking God for all my blessings.
I FINISH: My day by thanking God for all my blessings.
Fill-In the Blank Game
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© 2010 Linda Rogers
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