If you could meet anyone, living or dead, who would it be and why?
October 2, 2008 3:57pm CST
I was going through my book and music collections as I was dusting the other day (I know. I'm a dork. I dust) and I noticed so many names of people I really liked and I wondered what it'd be like to meet them and talk to them. If you've looked at any of my other posts, I'm obviously a big Beatles fan so I would definitely want to meet John Lennon. The Civil War was such an important part of American history, I'd like to meet Abraham Lincoln and find out what he really thought about abolishing slavery, the Union and the Confederacy. I have such a crush on a certain person I saw in a movie the other day that I wouldn't mind meeting ;) Then I think about my own family and its history. I'd love to meet my ancestors. Learn a little more about my family line. But then I think about my great grandparents. I've never met any of them and it would mean so much to understand them. It would help me understand my parents and grandparents a little better. At least I think it would. Sigh. Who would you meet and why?
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2 Oct 08
Well, first of all, I have got to get myself (and my loved ones) to heaven and meet my sweet Lord. But I'm not in a hurry. lol. But just like my old pastor used to say I want to hear him tell me "Well done, my good and faithful servant." People who are deceased that I would like to meet: Harriet Tubman, any African American man or woman who used to be a slave, Martin Luther King, and Jimi Hendrix. People who are living: Alexyss Taylor, and the Simmons family. Oh!and Blair Underwood. I'm a married young woman, but that man...yeah. lol.