Hello, there! I’m Christopher, which you should have known if you saw my cute little green logo. So, let me not distract you from the following post. I hope you like it! I’d love to hear your thoughts after you’re done reading it! Enjoy!
Okay, now it’s time for another great Q&A!!! I’m so excited! Remember, you yourself can ask questions by going to the “Fun” page. You are not required to give your email address, just letting you know.
Okay, let’s get started. First question is from Justice West. She asks, “When is your birthday?”
Uh, why ask me? Ha, ha, good question. Actually, I’m not allowed to give my full birth date here online, but you’re a family friend, so I think I can email your dad later. I’ll just confirm with my dad.
All I CAN say is that I was born in October. :D
So, when is YOUR birthday???
Next, Sarah Grace cared to ask: “What is your favorite Bible verse and why” She forgot to add the question mark. NOT MY FAULT!!!
Why ask me? Oh, you didn’t ask because there was no question mark. Anyways, I don’t really have a favorite Bible verse. I could think for awhile and not really come up with one. But I do have a favorite book of the Bible: James. “Why?” (or Why . . . no punctuation) Well, that’s a good question that made me think for a bit. I guess I really like his explanation of the various things he taught and how we are to treat each other in Christ. Yeah! So, what about you???
Apparently, Sarah Grace isn’t done. “What is something that is different is really different about Korea (as opposed to the US) that you had to get used to”
Why say that? (I can’t say “Why ask me” because there was no question mark . . . again!!!)
Here’s an interesting story. When we first got to Korea, I almost thought they forgot to leave America. And my siblings kept talking amongst themselves and saying, “When we get to Korea . . .”
So, I don’t think we could tell that anything was different! But, really, I was like 9 when I first got here, and except for a short visit in 2010, I haven’t been in the States for awhile. So ask me the converse question when I get back to the States.
But, not surprisingly, I still am not fully adjusted to the language. There you go.
But, Sarah Grace isn’t done asking questions (or statements)! She says again, “If you could watch a movie or listen to an audio drama, what would you choose” No question mark AGAIN!
An audio drama. I’m honestly not a big movie fan. I don’t really like the idea of sitting down in front of a screen for two hours. Plus, they can get really intense. Those visuals!!! Ha, ha.
With an audio drama, you can sometimes multitask. For a while, I listened to Odyssey (AIO) while doing dishes. I later started listening to music, but now I don’t listen to anything while doing it.
Here’s a question from . . . Christopher 164? “Which would you prefer: music or an audio drama?”
Finally a question. So I won’t bother with a “why ask me?”
I actually been really lovin’ music lately. Checkin’ out music websites, listening to music new and old, and such.
And another from Christopher 164: “Who are your favorite artists?”
I love this question, so I won’t bother with a “why ask me?”
I honestly change this list like every week. Here’s the current lineup: 10. Tenth Avenue North 9. Kari Jobe 8. 1GN (formerly 1 Girl Nation) 7. Stryper 6. Bloodgood 5. Newsboys (namely 2000-present) 4. Guardian 3. Lecrae 2. Britt Nicole (so encouraging!) 1. ApologetiX (support them!!!).
Now I got a handful of questions from “Thesie :D.” Interesting name. At least she is smart enough to add question marks. :D
Her first question: “What’s different about living in Korea?”
Why ask me? I thought I already answered this question? But maybe the language would be the biggest factor.
She also asks “Why are you living in Korea?”
Simply stated: because we feel like God wants us here.
Next: “Do you think you’ll always live in Korea?”
Why ask me? :D I don’t think so. Our family is in a season of change, and our future is up in the air. All I can ask you readers is to pray for us for wisdom to help us make the right choices.
Now she asks, “Can you tell I like asking about Korea?”
“(Feel free to ignore any of those questions :)”
Someone forgot to close the parentheses.
Too late . . . maybe.
“Do you wear baseball hats ever?”
Why ask me? Do you?
Not the ones with team logos on them, but one that says “164.”
Final question from Theise :D. “How’s Peanut doing?”
Uh, peanuts are yummy. No, just joking. Peanut is doing great! He is so happy and joyful! And nutty! Thanks for asking!
If you want updates on Peanut, then subscribe to the 164 Outsiders. And I recently gave that an overhaul, so now you got nice looking emails in your (junk) inbox!
Last question!!! From . . . Christopher 164 again. “Tell us about your left arm.”
Not a question.
Well, when I was born, I noticed I had a right arm and a left arm.
But I’m sure he meant about something else.
You see, on Monday, a week ago, I tripped over a table leg and fell (or flew) on my left arm. OUCH! I was kinda afraid that I had a broken arm, so I kept my arm in a cast position. It hurt to even use it. But when we got to the doctor on Thursday, I found out I just had a swollen ligament. I did get a cast and split, and he recommended that I leave it on for a week. Well, I took it off on Saturday and feel a lot better. I’m not completely healed, but I can lightly use my arm. Now I can type and do some dishes. I’m so happy!
But let this be a lesson to you all: be careful at all times. A third of all accidents happen at home. So be aware of your surroundings.
So, did you ever have any injuries? Let me know in the comments below (and you can also moan “why ask me?”).
Hello again! I’m so happy you finished reading my post, and, boy, do I hope you liked it!