Three words that best describe YOU!


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: What are three words that best describe you? This is a challenge. If you don't think so, try it.  You are made up of so many pieces parts that it can be difficult to describe yourself using just three words.  If you find this a difficult challenge, you may be sitting behind your computer thinking that you just don't know the answer.  But as my husband is so fond of saying, if you did know, what would they be? JoJo’s Answer: I think I would describe myself as strong, loyal and faith-filled. I am often stronger than I think I am.  Not physically, because I think I only possess about three or four really good muscles, but mentally and emotionally strong.  I often am able to go with the flow and just muddle through things that I think are going to be too difficult. I am very loyal.  When I tell a friend I'll do something, I feel a deep commitment and will do it or die trying!  Sometimes I have found that I am struggling to do something for someone where I am more committed to helping than they are about receiving the help! LOL And I am faith-filled.  After almost 47 years on this planet, 22 years of marriage, 19 years of motherhood and about 15 years of following Christ, I have seen God's hand in my life so many times!  I have seen His miracles first hand in my life and in the lives of each of my children.  Things you have a hard time chalking up to coincidence.  Each time the Lord does a major work in my life, it incresases my faith in Him. What three words best describe you?
You can post your answers here or post this question on YOUR blog and come back here to link your blog post so all of us can read about YOUR readers!

8 comments


  • BeckyJoie

    This is great, JoJo. I will have to think about my own self-descriptions. My husband says something similar to yours. When the rest of us are asked a question we don’t know how to answer, he says “I don’t know is not an answer. Think and find the answer.” So let me follow his advice and get back to you. It was nice reading your answers. :>)


  • Janice Campbell

    What an interesting challenging, JoJo! I think my three are:

    Creative
    Empowering
    Grateful

    Creative, because at some of the most basic levels, I think differently.

    Empowering, because one of my life missions is to share with others—beginning with my family—and to help them succeed.

    Grateful, because everything I value is grounded in faith and love, and I’m simply grateful for it all, and want to share the abundance.


  • Christine Smith

    Compassionate, Loving, Strong

    Compassionate, because I can’t stop for a single minute without thinking of other people and how I can add value to their lives. My greatest joy is helping a homeless person, looking them directly in the eyes and hearing them say “God bless you.” They are my friends in life.

    Loving, because I enjoy showing love to my family. I follow the love language of the individual person and then experience the joy of giving my love to another child of Christ.

    Strong, because I’ve battled many storms and resisted the attacks of the enemy. My life is surrounded with people in illness, from autism to addiction to bipolar disorder. I resist the urge to condemn them, fight them back or change them and I give all the power to God my Father. My strength comes from Jesus.


  • Joan

    Only three!? Hmmm… I’ll have them tomorrow :)


  • Sharon Ball

    Very insightful question, JoJo. I’ll post my answeres on my blog tomorrow, but here are my three words: positvie, encouraging, and original.

    What a great way of getting to know people. Thanks.


Leave a comment


Please note, comments must be approved before they are published