2O9hj-xqNOa3bdaSOyf8axH6Qp0 Mommy Mayonnaise: Its Chelsea

Aug 4, 2010

Its Chelsea

It rains a lot in here these few days. I’m a fan of sunshine and the rain took it away from me. How’s it in there? Does it rain a lot too? Anyway, this is my entry for Wednesday Wickedness this week. The quotes below were from Chelsea Clinton. Let’s see what she is going to tell us about.
1. “I think with our problems with hopelessness and cynicism that [the solution] ultimately has to come from the young people themselves. We've got to realize we are the future and we make of our future what we make of it, and ultimately we have to do it for ourselves.”
If you had a wish for your future, what would it be?
I’m not a complicated person and never wished for a complicated thing as well. I only wish that me and my family will be together for the rest of our live and maintain the excellent communication among us. That’s the one which on top of my priority and always be on my daily prayer.

2. “We proved we could be safe and secure at home, and still have more allies and friends in the world.”
Tell us about a couple of your closest friends.
This is a bit embarrassing. The last time I had someone to called best friend was when I was in college. We live in a different town but I still communicate with them a lot. But after my wedding, my closest friends would be my siblings and my in laws and hubby as the best friend of all.

3. “I had seen people who had lost everything and everyone they loved to war, famine, and natural disasters.”
What is the most that you have ever lost?
I lost my cell phone when I was in college. At that time, cell phone was still considered to be a luxurious item. I got it as a present from my dad after high school graduation. I cried for more than two days for it (lol)

4. “We grieve for the loss of life, ... I ask you to redouble your resolve and help your neighbors.”
What was the last thing that you have done to help a neighbor?
My neighbor stopped by this morning to borrow my land mower and I allow her. Is that considered to be helping?

5. “I think they were interested in it.”
What have you done to help someone because of a shared interest?
As a book lover I know a lot of people who share the same interest with me. We usually help each other to find particular books we need. We have our own community to help each other need of books and its very useful.

6. “How we use these surpluses in this moment of prosperity will determine America's future for decades to come. Nothing will more surely determine it than making the right choices…”
What do you think the priorities of the United States really should be?
Err…I’m not American. So I can’t tell you anything about this :)

7. “For all the tornadoes Arkansas has, and the ones that have hit around Little Rock, we never had one just basically come down Main Street.”
What was the last severe weather situation that you and your neighbors endured?
Never had one yet. Thank God the most serious weather situation we had so far was only downpour.

8. “I had seen people who had lost everything and everyone they loved to war, famine, and natural disasters.”
Who among the folks you consider family or friends has lost the most?
My grandpa who passed away when I was 16. He’s the only grandpa I’ve ever met as my other grandpa and two grandmas were already passed away when I was born.

9. “I Do.”
If you’ve been married what you’re your thoughts when you said that? Or if not, what would you hope them to be?
Yes, I’m a married woman obviously. And when I said “I do” 4 years ago, my thought and prayer was “Dear God, bless us both” Just that simple :)

10. "I'm a big health-food freak and a vegetarian devotee."
Have you or are you a vegetarian? Thoughts?
No, I’m not a vegetarian. I love meat and will still love meat in the future until a doctor comes up and tell me to stop due to health problem. Until then I’m still a meat lover.


  1. #2 is very true...my hubby is my bestfriend now...


  2. That is neat that you share your love for books.

    Have a great Wednesday!

  3. It is hard to keep and make new friends after you get married. It seems to be getting easier again now that my kids are grown.

    I never thought of sharing books that way...as doing something for someone, but it is. I know how happy I am when someone lends me a book so I don't know why I didn't think about how happy it makes them when I give them one. I share books all the time.


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