All days of our life are not equal.Some has lots of joyful moments
to cherish while some has to ponder hard to find only a few ones.
What is your the finest moment in your life so far.
The birth of each of my children. These moments were priceless.
Diving into a pool with no water. It was not fine at the time but not having to do anything for a week was a nice break lol
The day I discovered that pulling one grey hair out does not bring two in it's place.
That was a fine moment.
And when I got the statue and all. Johnny Depp, Jack Nicholson, Martin Scorcese and Guy Ritchie all stood up in the crowd, pointing their fingers at me and saying, "you...you...you" and I would point back at them and say, "no, you...you...you". And I completely ignored all the other phony actors and actresses, but Angelina and Brad asked me to come over for dinner with their family. I told them I would make out time. Can you believe that. Make out time, for heaven's sake! Gawd, I'm a madman. Even even my dreams.
But it was a fine moment though.
Adopting my son, seeing him the first time was the best moment of my entire life.
1. Being Born Again is definately number 1. Praise God!
2. Meeting my husband.
3. Giving birth to my two sons.
4. Being on stage for any reason.
5. Repelling of a mountain in Colorado.
Well, my answer isn't very unique by any means, but I'd have to say the birth of two of my children and the adoption of the other one. Even if I had landed on the moon or cured cancer, those still would not have been my finest moments. The arrival of each of those babies would still be. (Corny, I know, but it's how most mothers feel, I think.)
Saving a man from drowning in a Holiday Inn Pool in front of his screaming son's eyes in 1977. Scared the hell out of me.
1. Watching my daughter dance the lead in the Red Shoes ballet with the Austin (TX) Ballet Company, then watching her graduate from UT with a master's degree in psych, and become a certified therapist.
2. Beating cancer
Getting married to my wife Cathy. Not only was it the best thing it was also the smartest thing that I've ever done.
THERE should be no WAS in the answer.
ALWAYS present, at the very moment of the life,
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