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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Hello everyone,

My blogs have been really heavy over the past couple months...sorry. Nonetheless, I've had a very productive and positive February overall (will update that so soon) so I want to continue the 'happy enegry' and widen my Spark friend base (*so many* of the people I started here with in 2010 have gone MIA :( .)

...So I invite anyone to ask me any question about any subject which could include topics related to health and fitness but also the stuff we all love like music, movies, travel and anything else you care to think of be it happy, sad, funny.

Obviously no *super* personal/provocative questions emoticon

Ask in English, Spanish or German and I'll answer in that language though I may translate for the others in the answers blog forthcoming....


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    Hokey pokey is actually an ice cream flavor here in Australia - we can't figure out how it relates to the song/dance of our childhood!

    Okay, that isn't a question.

    What's your favorite coffee drink? In all three languages?
    1741 days ago
    So what's up with your employment situation? I've been gone (to Antarctica!!) so I've not heard any current standings. Past blogs from my absent period give no indicatioin either. Just curious.
    1749 days ago
    what's the weather in Russia like now? I picture it very cold, lots of snow, and windy.

    on a serious note...what is the answer to life, the universe, and everything? Hint: it is the number of words in this post.
    1750 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/3/2013 3:11:02 PM
    To stick with cowgrlkt's question... what college uses the hokey pokey as a secondary fight song?
    1753 days ago
    Okay - Is the hokey pokey REALLY what it's all about? emoticon
    1753 days ago
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