From "The Big Book of If" comes the first question (randomly selected):
If you could free yourself from one burden in your life, what would it be?
I think the one "burden" I would gladly give up is that of car care. I hate car problems as whined about in this earlier entry. I am completely dependent on my car. I feel lost without one and when I have car problems I turn into a whiny baby. I hate having to worry about changing the oil and getting the car cleaned. I pass cars that are broken down on the side of the road that are nicer and newer then mine and I worry that if that car is having problems surely mine will too. I'd like to just be able to get in a car and drive never having to worry about all those little details.
My car has a manual transmission which I absolutely love. But, I stress since my clutch went out last year and the recent mishap due to my timing belt going out. I drive to work through an area that has a long stretch of steady incline. I fear that riding my clutch so much as traffic inches along will wear something else out and I'll hit the car behind me or my clutch will go out again. I have mild panic attacks as I'm driving to work if my car makes any kind of unusual noise.
I know it's time for me to get a new car. I keep putting off shopping for one because I dread the car payment that will come with it. When I paid off my car, I said I would set aside the equivalent amount so that when it came time to buy a car again, I could just pay cash for it. Did I? Hell no! But, I justify my stupidity with the fact that I've been paying for school these past four years.
So...that's my answer. I'd love to read everyone else's answer too. Leave it in the comments or write it in your journal and leave your link.