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A creative blog by Heidi Huber on The Whole 9

Heidi Huber started her career with the sink or swim theory. Luckily she knows the freestyle which has taken her from the Chicago stage to behind the scenes in Los Angeles where she currently continues to tap as The Whole 9’s Chief of Everything Else.

What are you doing to reach your goals?

I have posted over 2,100 Questions of the Day.  You have answered them.  Thank you for logging in each day and making the time to answer with thoughtfulness, humor, and pith.

As George Harrison said, “All things must pass,” and it is time for me to ask one last question.

What are you doing to reach your goals?

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Putting one foot in front of the other with faith and dedication :-) Thank you my dear. It will be sad to have you go ;-(

- easy with the parties

stretching, on tiptoes.
and i sure did love answering the QODs. the best. now we’ll do them just between us, coffee in hand, the morning couch. i love you wife.

Taking things one step at a time and hoping for the best. :)

Get up and show up, even if it’s just for me.

What was the most rewarding part of 2015?

Personally speaking or globally speaking, what was the most rewarding part of 2015?

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- that’s it over.

seeing the old man read my book about him.

What was the most challenging part of 2015?

Personally, 2015 was a great year.  Globally, I feel it was riddled with strife, chaos, and was ever-changing.  And not in a good way.

What was the most challenging part of 2015?

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- try to catch the tele w/o gays, ignorants or terrorists news.

Is this the time for organizing?

Some people are off from work between Christmas and New Years, however some are back to work this week.  I think this is a good time to get organized for the new year.  It would be for me if I wasn’t spending time with family — oh well, it’s waited this long, it can wait some more!

Is this the time for getting organized?

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- it is all the time

What’s your hope this Holiday?

I would love it if we could eradicate war and establish world peace.  If that can’t be accomplished, then selfishly speaking, my hope this holiday would be for my sister’s cancer to pack its bags and leave the premises.  Almost three years of courageously fighting…

What’s your hope this Holiday?

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- cold and more rain!

that this present generation of children do not become their parents.

What’s your favorite Christmas Carol?

Be it Carol of the Bells or Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Christmas carols surround us this time of year.

What’s your favorite Christmas Carol?

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linus and lucy, carol of the bells

As a kid, did you travel for Christmas?

We were always at home.  Too many people to travel.  Everyone came to us.  It was the best.

As a kid, did you travel for Christmas?

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only to see relatives on christmas day. nothing better than being home the 24th and 25th. did spend xmas away for the first time when i was 18. wrestled for ohio state, and we were in a tournament in miami area. the team slept on cots placed around wrestling mat in gymnasium. it was great being in florida, but it sure was not luxurious.

Are there any old friends who have simply disappeared?

Through the magic of the internet, you can find almost anyone.  There is a friend of mine from college however that I can’t seem to locate.  I’ve used her nickname, full name, looked on social sites, professional sites, and have come up with nothing.

Are there any old friends who have simply disappeared?

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many, and since i dont do facebook, i dont reconnect.

Do you prefer to host or attend parties?

I would just as soon host a party as attend it.  I think it comes from my folks.  We were lucky to have a big house to accommodate a large crew and my mom could cook up quite the spread.  If people can deal with the clutter in my home, all are welcome!

Do you prefer to host or attend parties?

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What is your warmest birthday memory?

I had a really stellar birthday this year.  Yes, the gifts are great but it was all of the well wishes, the calls, songs, texts, messages and posts that made it extra special.  People will say, “Oh, we were really off key singing…” I say, “Bring it on and sing OUT!” : )

What is your warmest birthday memory?

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- some h.s. jocks came to my b-day surprise party… and brought gifts.

the cakes my grandmother always baked. and sharing a party with my sister since our birthdays fell within a week of each other.