Tuesday's Question: When have you felt your biggest adrenaline rush?

Brag Tag

Hello, and welcome to Tuesday's Question. First, I would like to thank all of you who participated in last weeks Tuesday's Question, asked by Sandee of Comedy Plus and ANPITS who won the first Brag Tag. 

Please refer to my apology post for my absence, entitled, Friendship  or if you missed last Tuesday's Question, just click the link which includes an excellent question with courageous answers. I hate to have to keep leading you to other posts, but here is the link to the  Tuesday's Question that Sandee won, which also explains how to win the Brag Tag and the opportunity to ask the next Tuesday's Question.

All answers will receive a link back to their blog or website, and I must warn you, your answer may be posted at some point, as "Best Answers To Tuesday's Question." However, if you would rather I didn't post your answers in a published post, just let me know in "comments" and I will be happy to respect your wishes.  Okay, I'll answer first...and I will announce the next "Brag Tag" winner following my answer. ;)

Click read more for my answer:

When Was Your First Adrenaline Rush?

I've had many adrenaline rushes, I grew up around Sheriff's Deputies, my father was a Deputy and my grandfather was The Sheriff in our city during the sixties and my early childhood, then I was actually a deputy myself for awhile, But, the question is 

"When Did I Have My First Adrenaline Rush," 

The first time I remember having an super extra burst of energy, I was about three years old and my older brothers left me on an anthill and ants jumped all over my legs. I remember trying to slap them off with my little fingers and running to my Mom, who rescued me, thank goodness. 

Now, it's your turn" 

Plus, I need to announce last weeks winner of the Brag Tag, who also has the opportunity to ask the next Tuesday's Question. You do not have to, just let me know in comments and I will announce the runner up later today. Remember you can post it on your own blog. I will also post your question here, and turn my comments off with a link to your site. 

This weeks Brag Tag winner is Paul from Mr. Cruiser's Notes 

Pauls answer from last Tuesday: 

"Here is PI had so many wonderful experiences in my life but the one that sits in my mind is when we went to Uncle Jess & Aunt Bertha's vacation spot along Lake Huron. I remember Uncle Jess telling me that we are going to Grindstone City. WOW, I couldn't wait but surprise, Grindstone City was a great big grindstone along the lake. There was no city. Boy did we all have a laugh. It was fun drinking water from pipe from the ground, sleeping in the loft and just having fun by the lake. Uncle Jess & Aunt Bertha cared so much for us. We enjoyed their cabin until we all got old and they eventually died. It was a great time for all of us."
Have a great Tuesday. See ya.

I would like to thank Sandee for asking and answering last Tuesday's Question, in addition to linking back to the readers blogs who participated, which I thank for taking the time to visit and comment.

Everyone have a super great Tuesday and remember to congratulate Paul. 

Oh, and to follow your bliss...

Thank you, Sandee for your excellent answer! Comedy Plus


Sandee said...

I had fun last week. Thanks for letting me do Tuesday's Question.

I loved Paul's answer too. He's a very good friend.

Being a cop for 25 years I've had lots of rushes, but I don't want to talk about those. I thought back to a really scary time when I was about 16 years old. At the time we lived in Tillamook Oregon.

I went out on a date with my boyfriend in his parents brand new car. It was winter time and we were having a great time. I talked him into letting me drive his car. Keep in mind I had no license and hadn't gone through drivers training yet. So I'm driving along feeling all grown up and I hit some black ice on a bridge and the the next thing we are going in circles scraping on one side of the bridge to the other side of the bridge. There was no controlling anything at this point. Just when I thought we were going to stop and all would be right with the world we went over the embankment at the end of the bridge. That was the rush. How far down? Didn't know until we came to an abrupt stop.

When all was said and done we climbed out of the car and climbed up the embankment. Other cars had seen the accident and someone found a phone and called it in. The cops were there and an ambulance took me to the hospital. I had a huge gash in my arm. My boyfriend didn't have a scratch. They stitched that up and sent me home. Boy was I in trouble. Big trouble. I think I was grounded until I was 30.

I totaled my boyfriends parents car. Totaled it.

So there you are...my rush and then the gloom of doing something I shouldn't have done.

Have a fabulous day Annie. Big hug to you and tons of scritches to Simon. ♥♥♥

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Oh Wow! You might have to write another question...I do not blame you for not wanting to talk about being a cop-Me Either-

This answer is fantastic, although I'm sorry you were hurt, I'm grateful you survived. And I love this: "I think I was grounded until I was 30."

I understand that...I probably would still be grounded...

That was a great story, Sandee. Thank you. I went to Paul's blog and told him he was the LUCKY winner. I hope he participates, but I told him he doesn't have too, that I will find a runner up.

But, again, your answer will be hard to beat for this question and thanks again for all you did.

You have a fabulous Day too! Ans "Big Hug" back to you-

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Oh, Sandee, I forgot to link back to you...Thank you, again,


aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Oops, it didn't work...well...I'll link back from the post. xoxoxo

Cruisin Paul said...

Ann, how do I participate and where?

Cruisin Paul

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Hey Paul! Congratulations! All you have to do is post a question on Cruisin Paul and I will do the rest. I will visit your blog after you post it, then I will post your Tuesday's Question on here. But, I will turn off my comments and link them to your blog.

You're welcome to post the The "Brag Tag," seen in the upright corner of the last question, but you do not have too.

You are also welcome to pick the next best answer, although, I will do that too, if you want me to.

I'm so happy to see you here. I loved your answer, sorry, that's what you get for writing so well. :)

Please let me know if you have any more questions...

It's also nice to meet you and again, congratulations!


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