Michael! How the he- uh, heck are you?
—asked by: askharrydresden-deactivated2011
A little overwhelmed by all of this internet stuff, but I will manage, my friend. How are you?
Darling, how /did/ the children get us involved in this? And just give it a little time before you get frustrated, it eventually makes sense.
—asked by: askcharitycarpenter
I do not even know. Hahaha. By God’s grace alone will I persist. I believe I am starting to get the hang of this.
Your bad pun amuses me. It is endearing. Would you say you are an optimist?
—asked by: nameslovegoodyeslovegood
Thank you ma’am. I am glad it has brought amusement and not the cringing I believed it would.
In answer to your question, Optimist is one way to define my outlook. I consider myself a realist. You might even call me a radical optimist. I am not naive in thinking that bad things don’t happen, but I believe that our outlook determines how we respond to those things. If we choose to have hope and believe good things about people and situations then our response to them will inevitably be better.
I believe that it is a mistake not to have hope. No one knows the future, so in essence there is always the possibility for hope. To believe that any situation is completely hopeless is short sighted.
Papa!! Its go good to see you on here! :)
—asked by: askmollycarpenter
Hello Molly, I fear your father doesn’t have home field advantage here on the internet. Hahaha. I should have asked Daniel for help but his time on the computer has been vastly limited of late.
Also, I know you are a grown woman capable of making your own decisions, but I do not believe there is much wisdom in casual conversations with mob bosses and fallen angels. Be safe, my dear.
It's good to see your injuries haven't kept you from staying on top of the latest trends, Michael.
—asked by: asknicodemusarchleone
Nicodemus, I would take the fact that I am now “Following” you a little more ominously. I will be watching you closely and if you have any hope of being redeemed, you will stay far away from my daughter.