• worthyoflove
      • hello joan okon
      • Username: worthyoflove
      • In response to: "What do you do on the side?" I learn all types of dances. Anything from waltzing to salsa, to contra dancing.
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    • What's your learning style?
      • I think I am both. I love a classroom setting and I like to sit and play with different technologies. I love being in a classroom and hearing people ask questions and the answers given.

      • answered by worthyoflove on 03/18/2014
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    • Playtime
      • Play time for me is dancing. I could dance seven days a week and that still not be enough. I never have a bad time on the dance floor.

      • answered by worthyoflove on 03/18/2014
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    • My Fifteen Minutes of Fame
      • I would say to the world, please repent of the materialism and consumerism. Money isn't the end of all things; there are things more important than lands, houses and things. I would say to the world, there are thousands of people dying from hunger daily, do you think we could find a way to eliminate this? Why is it that half the world is in trouble because of gluttony and the other half is in trouble because they have nothing? Is it possible to answer that question? Even though extreme, the Amish have a point. I would say God help us when one person has to die because of the world's incessant need for oil and the things that oil creates. I would say there is a God, there is a heaven and a hell, choose this day, where you will spend eternity. It really is all about the eternal.

      • answered by worthyoflove on 01/07/2014
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    • Playtime
      • Dancing until I can't anymore says not only play to me, but dancing is life itself.

      • answered by worthyoflove on 01/02/2014
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    • The Road Never Traveled
      • One night I had to take my daughter's friend home. The girl lived up in the mountains and I had to drive the mountains in the dark. I had never driven the route before and I really didn't know the road. There were so many twists and turns; it wasn't a straight route. Besides I had my two younger daughters with me; a four and seven year old. I did ok going up the mountain because the teenager, Jasmine, was with me to direct . Coming back I got lost, this was the mountains and the days before GPS, and GPS wouldn't have done me any good anyway since the road signs were hardly visible.
        Coming down the mountain, we were so lost we came to a dead end street near power lines and a utility company. Somehow I turned around, prayed and found my way back to the main highway. I was relieved and swore I would never go up the mountain again, in the dark on a road I had never traveled before.

      • answered by worthyoflove on 12/16/2013
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