An Interview with IAND

2 Apr

Hello to everyone out there in the land of the Undefined,

I thought it would be a nice change of things to do an interview with a fellow blogger! The author of Thoughtful Thoughts approached me with the idea, and I thought it would be a lot of fun. I used the pseudonym Molly, so the interview she did with a woman named Molly is IAND. I really enjoyed being interviewed and I hope you find it interesting!

The first ever Interview with I Am Not Defined!

Until next time folks!

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2 Responses to “An Interview with IAND”

  1. mikesretirementplan April 2, 2012 at 7:05 pm #

    It’s kinda funny how a lot of the questions she asked you came back to the same answer; your daughter. Children can be amazing if you let them. I also agree that I don’t think I would want to know the future. The past is gone, and if you look into the future, then you are living in the past, are you not? You can shape your life by living each day the way you want, and I believe if you do that then you know how your future is going to be anyway.

  2. Impower You April 4, 2012 at 10:19 pm #

    I loved how you answered my family or my daughter to almost ever question. We are both very lucky to have such wonderful families. I know not every gets that.

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