AND THE WINNER OF THE $25 GIFT CERTIFICATE IS: #195 LILY KWAN!!
THE WINNER OF THE $10.00 STARBUCKS GIFT CARD IS: #10 CHELSEY BURKE!!
Thank you to everyone who visited and played!! I really enjoyed reading your answers! We’ll do this again in March!
(Lily and Chelsey, if you read this before I’ve contacted you, please email me!)
Coffee Chat is ALL about YOU! Here’s what you do: Answer the daily question. That’s it! (Beware! The questions get more challenging as the days go by!)
1. Each answer you leave in the comment section counts as one ticket. (One comment per day, please).
2. Subscribe to my feed, receive another ticket. (Please leave separate comment if subscribed).
3. Follow me on Twitter, receive another ticket. (Please leave separate comment if following).
On December 11th, at 4:00 p.m. CST, I’ll draw two winners – first place winner gets to choose a $25.00 gift certificate to an online retailer of his/her choice (see this page for store listings) AND, the second place winner will receive a $10.00 Starbucks gift card (U.S. residents only for the Starbucks gift card, please).
Confused? Contact Karen.
Ready for the questions?
Question #1: Do you prefer being around men or women? Do your closest friends tend to be men or women?
Question #2: Are you more likely to avoid conflict or engage in it head on? Why?
Question #3: What’s your dream job?
Question #4: What was your first job? How much did you get paid?
Question #5: If could switch job responsibilities with your boss (or your last boss, if unemployed), would you do it? Why or why not?
Questions #6: Which is the greater tragedy: an innocent person imprisoned or a guilty person set free? Explain.
Question #7: How difficult is it for you to forgive someone who refuses to apologize?
LAST Question: What makes you stand to your feet and cheer?
My answer: I’d have to say people who overcome obstacles, or injustices, and persevere against all odds. I’m the sort of person who cheers for the underdog because not only do I feel sorry for them, but I admire the strength and determination required to come back from behind and win, or conquer, the situation. It’s not easy, and I think that alone requires a standing ovation.
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