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  What was the bravest or scariest thing you've ever done? Funny or crazy or even stupid! I can't really decide on mine. It was either choosing to stay awake during both of my c-sections which wa
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YOUR BRAVEST/SCARIEST THING?

posted at 3/18/2013 8:43 AM EDT
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  What was the bravest or scariest thing you've ever done? Funny or crazy or even stupid! Smile I can't really decide on mine. It was either choosing to stay awake during both of my c-sections which was scary or standing out on the street with my daughter watching our first lightening storm which was stupid as we wasn't where we shouldn't have been. Or maybe when I was a teen and my folks had a cabin and one day I just decided to go for a walk and didn't tell anybody. I got lost but lucky to find my way back. Mind you this cabin was totally secluded. OK I decided. I'm more on the stupid side! What about you? What was it that you did?

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posted at 3/18/2013 11:16 AM EDT
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My husband and I got married at the age of 22 actually on his 22nd birthday.The scariest part we only knew each other 3 months.Engaged after 1 month.We both decided to take a leap of faith and get married.Our families were thrilled our friends thought we were crazy.We had our first child 4 years later that was so scary.Not having him but realizing how much of a responsibility being a parent was.We waited 7 years and had our second boy.When I was 19 and my brother was 16 we flew to Arizona and spent 10 days there driving back and forth between there and California.We crossed the border into Mexico.I locked my purse in the trunk of the car so I wouldn't get robbed when we were crossing back over I realized that I didn't have my ID with me it was locked in the trunk of the car over on the U.S.side.Thank goodness they never asked for it. It was  scary to go on a trip like that at our age without adult supervision but my brother and I talk about it all the time and how that was the best adventure we were ever on.Also how stupid we were driving through the desert with a bottle of pop and nothing more with gas stations hundreds of miles inbetween.I would never have let my kids do this but times were different then.

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posted at 3/18/2013 11:19 AM EDT
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This is a hard question.  At my age, every day is scary.....but, I suppose it might have been when we went on our first cruise to Alaska.  I did not know then that if the pier at the port is too short, our big ship had to drop anchor out in the water and we would be ferried in a small boat to shore.  That first step off a huge boat on to that small ferry was a "step of faith"!  Needless to say, I survived and I LOVE to cruise, even if the ship cannot reach the pier!

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posted at 3/18/2013 12:51 PM EDT
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we owned a 24 ft boat and we were new to boating but we took a trip down the delaware river to the d and c canal its wide and we saw a lot of boats but then we saw a big car carrier comming up and it was pushing water so big waves were comming right at us the next thing we knew we were up in the air on a wave then we dropped down i was so scared the otherboats were doing the same . i was so happy when it got past us never again would we do that again

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