Meet Daisyflowrs!

We caught up with new member daisyflowrs and asked a few fun questions. Get to know your new community member and don't forget to say Hello!

EP: Good evening and welcome. Wonderful to have you join us. Let's get started right away. If you had the chance where you could do anything you wanted, with money being no object, what would you do?

daisyflowrs: Pleasure to be here. I like how you think. Build an apartment complex for 18+ adults with mild to moderate disabilities on a farm ranch. They work, they live quasi-independently and have guidance/counseling and can take classes. I would also create a trust fund for my son for when he turns 30, maybe 40. Maybe a trust fund for his children if he chooses to have children. Scratch that. I'll have him hooked up for any education he wants...even if it is a major in Underwater Basket Weaving.

EP: Lovely. When you are 100 and looking back at your life, what do you want to be able to say?

daisyflowrs: I'm amused. I'm dead. I don't want to live to be 100.

EP: Intriguing answer. What is the best advice you have ever received? Who gave it to you?

daisyflowrs: This is like twenty questions. "You can wish in one hand and crap in the other and see which gets filled first" - Walter Mathau's character from the movie, Grumpy Old Men

EP: Ah, of course. It's quite a unique way you have of looking at things. Well, that concludes our up close and personal interview with daisyflowrs . Stay tuned readers, for our next New Member Interview.

Until then, be sure to pay a visit to daisyflowrs's profile today and say Hello!
daisyflowrs daisyflowrs
36-40, F
2 Responses May 4, 2012

Interesting new member story, I also read your personal health problems & even though I am a man from 1000's of miles away I really can identify myself with your problems, adding you to my circle x

It's interesting that people who are farther away understand more than people closest to you.

I have my Masters Degree in Special Education. I teach and I am an advocate. Why do you ask?