Monday, December 27, 2010

Totally Truthful, Tell It Like It is Tuesday.....

Now that the holidays are over and I have finally beaten this horrible stomach virus that ravaged all of my family; I am going to dive headfirst into my writing.  I completed writing the book I started last January.  All twenty-three chapters of it are being sent this week for edits.  While that book is being edited, and after my boys return to school I will be start working on my next book. But for now I am excited just to read other people's work.  I have a coffee table full of books that I can't wait to delve into.  But there is one conversation-coffee table book I truly love that Jamie bought me for Christmas, it's called the, "Book of Questions."  It contains thought provoking questions that have no right or wrong answers.  So to keep my blog going I am going to post a question every Tuesday.  I will answer the question honestly, and it really would be a lot of fun to see how everyone responds.  Some questions will be more difficult than others to answer. So come on and play don't be shy, just truthful and  post your comments at the bottom.  Here is the very first question.
~~~Someone you love deeply is brutally murdered and you know the identity of the murderer, who unfortunately is acquitted of the crime.  Would you seek revenge?


  1. My obsessive compulsive behavior would be in full swing. They would know longer have peace in their life. Their employers,and neighbors and anyone else who has contact in their lives would be fully aware of what they had done. Yes, I would put it in God's hands but I would certainly help him along.

  2. OK, I can't redue this comment, but I meant to say that they would NO instead of KNOW longer have peace in their life. See I told you I was obsessive compulsive, lol....

  3. My first thought is to torture them. My second thought is to let God take over. My third thought is that God realizes I am human, and therefore imperfect. He knows I am bound to make mistakes. I'm taking the lower road on this one. I would wait in the shadows for a few months, find their weaknesses...and stomp on each one. Eventually I would reduce them to the nothing that they would become. Playing their mind into complete despair, I would grab some popcorn, soda and ju-ju-bees, kick back, and watch them take their own life. Hopefully they would "do it wrong"..and wake up to a paralyzed life on a respirator. (That's the part I'll leave up to God) soooo...

    Final answer?? Revenge is a dish best served cold, and they would get a whole buffet from me.

    Hmm...I think that question brought the evil out of me :)

  4. Even though i'd let nature take it's course. I would let everyone know that the individual did it.
    Let them suffer and hopefully the victim's ghost can haunt them some more.

    Okay...that was the evil in me..but ya know