What is the most wonderful time in your life that you can remember?
It is said, "It's not the breathe you take in a day but the days that take your breathe away." Describe an incredible day that you are never going to forget.
Spending time with my Grandmother baking, then passing her talents and recipes on to my children.
This question gives me a warm fuzzy feeling because of the nostalgia that it provokes. Anyway, I would have to say my favorite memory is sitting outside on the deck with my mom and brother, eating watermelon and playing with the dog in the sprinkler. Typical American family scene, but I treasure it.
Hard to choose a winner!, but , certainly one of my most memorable times was working in a ski resort, not a care in the world, except working a few hours and then getting to ski all day long in the beautiful sunny weather. Followed by a nice bit of apres skiing. Awesome times.
Great question Jan!!!. This is a good reminder to me for all I have to be grateful for. Its a tough question as I have had many wonderful times in my life--from times with my parents, my children etc but I will pick the time surrounding when I met my wife as it was pretty spectacular. Again, thank you so very much for asking this question as it gives me MUCH food for thought
Wow! you really made me think on this one because there has been more valley than hills in my life, but if I had to say I would say my trip to Canada, at Niagara Falls, its beautiful. The falls took my breath away especially looking at it from a spiritual view of God's handy work and beauty.
Wonderful time is when i came to Norway with a complete blank
paper. Starting my life all over again.
One of my best moment was when I was in Venezuela in the delta area (a place with lots of water). Late in the evening I sat in smal boat, listening to the sound from the djungel with a small crocodile in my knees. It was magic
Insane, only one.... ;-) Well if I need to pick one I would have to say the day I got married to my beautiful wife. But if I could mention more I would say the day each of my children were born and I got to enormous gift of become a father and experience their birth with Back Stagepass ;-)
I have to submit two things (although there are many more!)
First, when the man I eventually married responded to a question that had tormented me for years and his answer broke down the wall I had build around that issue. Freeing!!
Second, on the back porch of my grandpa's house, hanging up fresh-washed laundry, smelling the warm, newly-tilled, black soil and listening to the wind "breathing" through the leaves. Whenever I hear that sounds it takes me right back to that spot and the warm memory!
There are many days in my life that were incredible and that I will never forget. One experience that I had, most people never get a chance at, and I will rmember it always.
I had been to visit my parents in Nova Scotia and was in the Halifax airport waiting to go home. It got later and later and they had not boarded the plane. I kept going up and asking how late we would be, because we only lived an hour and a half away from the airport, so I needed to catch my husband before he left.
The reason for the dely became evident when they started asking for people to take another flight for 100$. The flight was seriously over-sold. By then I did not have the 100$ option because my husband had left for Montreal. I decided to use the squeaky wheel rule. I bugged that flight attendant every two minutes pointing out my re-confirmation. finall she had had enough and said "you are with Delta aren't you?". I thought she meant Delta was my US carrier from Boston to Burlington, VT, so I said yes. She informed me in that case I could ride in the bulk head or something like that. she should have known when I asked what it was that I did not know much about airplanes. The next thing I knew I was strapped in bewtween the two pilots with a set of head phones being offered to me, along with a cup of coffee. When the Pilot asked me what I did for Delta, the Whoops! set in. WE are now well away from Halifax and they are carrying me in the cabin illegaly. Luckily the Canadian counterpoart of the FAA isn't quites as strict as USA is. WE all took a what the heck attitude and they showed me how to put the plane at full speed to make up time and to listen to all the airtraffice control chatter. It was fascinating. Alas we landed in Boston and I was met at the gate by a representative of the Airline telling me to keep my mouth shut and never let Air CAnada know what had happened and let thim think I did indeed work for Delta. WHatever you want Dude I have another plane to catch. I told him he could throw me in jail but he could never take the thrill of that airplane ride away from me. It was ome amazing day!
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