What would you call your autobiography?

Monday Q of the Wk. Here’s how it works: Each Monday I ask a thought provoking question about life.  Pose the same question to your blog readers on your own blog along with your answer to the question.  Then come back here and post a comment with a link to your blog post so we can all read everyone’s answers!  It’s been a lot of fun getting to know my readers and their readers and so on and so on… This week’s question: This week's question comes from a Twitter friend, Greta Perry.  If you're on Twitter, follow her!  She's insightful!  Here was her question: If you wrote your autobiography, what would you call it? JoJo’s Answer: I really had to think about this one!  My first reaction was to say something snarky like "Pre Shrunk" cuz I'm only 5' tall.  Or perhaps "Goofball in Training" cuz I love to make folks laugh and I believe that humor is a powerful tool for both education and communication.  But ultimately I think I'd have to call it "Unlikely Witness" because God took a shy Agnostic girl from an Atheist home and Jewish heritage and molded her so that she is "Boldly Serving Up God's Word with a Side Order of Grace and Humor!" What would you call your autobiography? Post your answers on your blog and come back here and put your link in so we can read it!  If you don’t have a blog, just post your answers here. Learning Communication skills can also be fun with Art of Eloquence.com!


  • cindy holman

    Hmmmm that would take a little thought – and it has changed over the years. Probably right now it would be called “Beautiful Mess – A Constant Journey”

  • jojosblog

    You all are so creative! And a big thank you to those who participated on my Facebook wall too!

  • Jasmine Cucuta

    I knew right away what my answer would be. The title of my autobiography would be “Ashes to Beauty.” God has a way of turning the vilest person/woman into something beautiful when we give our hearts over to Him.

  • Cheryl Hosmer

    Mine would be titled: No One is the Sum Total of Their Mistakes

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