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Will The Real Arsoleen Woolcock Please Stand Up!

I had a friend once who told me, “I am Arsoleen Woolcock.”

“Why?” I asked, to which I received a vague response.

Well, the real Arsoleen Woolcock would know the answers to these questions:

1. Day and date my dad died

2. Nickname my dad called me

3. Favorite food

4. Favorite color

5. Item my dad gave me while he was in the hospital

6. Where the name Arsoleen came from

7. Favorite holidays

8. Fears

9. Number of brothers and sisters

10. Grand-daughter’s middle name  *(Click more to check your answers)

      1. Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012

2. Robin

3. Salad

4. Red

5.  A ring

6. My mom named me Arsoleen after my Aunt Earline. My name was originally spelled Arsoline.

7. Thanksgiving and Christmas

8. Snakes, heights . . .

9. Two brothers, two sisters; I had a younger brother who died when I was very young.

10. Cadence

How well did you do? 🙂 Only the real Arsoleen Woolcock would know the answer to all 10!


November 3, 2012 - Posted by | Life

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