Re: Tuesday Tuneup 44

A part of me was thrilled when I got more “likes” the day I posted Tuesday Tuneup 44 than any other day since I’ve been on WordPress.  But the greater part of me was disappointed, because hardly anybody was playing the game.

I thought about it, and I decided that in the Q & A where I described the game, I didn’t describe it very well.  I used too many words, and the essence of the game got lost.  So let me try again.

The game is to come up with a simple question that the Questioner in the Q & A can ask the Answerer repeatedly, and receive different answers every time it’s asked.

Sample questions would be:

Q. How are you feeling today?

Q. What’s on your mind?

Q. What are your plans for the weekend?

The answers to such questions will vary from one Tuesday to another.   This is the point of the Tuesday Tuneup.   If someone asked me “how are you feeling today?” I might say: “Great!”  Or I might say “Not so good.”  Then the Questioner might ask: “Why?” or “Why not?”  And we take it from there.

If you click on the three links to Tuesday Tuneups below this post, you’ll find examples.  All you gotta do is read them, and I’m sure you’ll see what the Tuesday Tuneup is all about.

I’ll decide which question I like the best, and then I’ll start using that question in my tuneups, at least for 22 more times.

Also, if you asked a question last week, please repeat it here — or even a different question, should you decide to change your mind.   We’re starting from scratch.

Get it?  Got it?  Good.

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16 thoughts on “Re: Tuesday Tuneup 44

  1. What’s the loudest sound you hear? What is making your heart sing? Who’s in charge today?
    I’m not trying to win that ten bucks – I’d just donate it back to getting the musical made fyi – but I do enjoy a game, especially since the tune-ups are my favorite pieces of yours next to the music of course.
    Big Love to you!!!

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    • It doesn’t quite work, Bryan, because I would answer it the same way every day. The thing is to choose a broad, general question that I will answer differently each time. The questions chosen above are good examples.


  2. What day is it?

    At first glance that only has one answer, but since I ask my 2 year old that every morning and get a surprisingly different answer each day, I’m learning that it’s a deeper question that it seems.

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  3. Oh, that’s a good one! It might be a healthy way to start out each Tuesday, to get at the core of what’s eating at me. Could be a good balancing act for the Monday gratitude list, in fact. Thanks, Lynne.

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