Friday, February 13, 2009

Word Association #1

I'm starting yet another new series...going to try and do one a week. I still plan on posting another blog later today. Need to put my legs up for a while.

I'm going to give you something that you have to respond to, or describe, with one word...that's right, one word. ONLY one word. Here's the first one...ready?

Describe the perfect relationship. You can, if you choose, explain your one word after.

Go.

I already have mine.

12 comments:

Polly B said...

Honesty (if you don't have that then you have nothing)

Anonymous said...

Trust

abaddon911 said...

I take words literally, so when you ask us to:
"Describe the perfect relationship"
I see the word "perfect" and that changes everything.
"nonexistent" is my answer.
the only exception to my answer would be
"God(s)" meaning his relationship with himself - in three persons.

Singer416 said...

Balance. It affects every aspect of every relationship. Your relationship with God, with your spouse, those around you...every one of them requires balance. Of course, even then, you're still only striving for perfection, because the only PERFECT relationship is between Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. And they're all three in one, so its a piece of cake in that relationship.

Cherry pie said...

Mutual
Nothing good about unrequited love.

Cherry pie said...

Mutual
Nothing good about unrequited love.

Cherish said...

Look... I'm so right I posted twice! ;) sorry!

Andy said...

Honest

Christopher Blake said...

Thalpo...

Anonymous said...

thalpo {thal'-po}. Greek: verb. probably akin to thallo (to warm);. Translated as:. cherish

Happy Valentine's Day!
Koozy - no translation available!!

Kimberly Kinrade said...

Divine
-- as in the Love of the Divine in all it's perfection.

Kathy B said...

Safe

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