Diane Krumenaker Eugenio – My friend Rita was the most unique person I know. She was my muse. She stayed single, enjoyed her job, had two cats that she treated like they were her children, and danced to the beat of her own drummer. She was a leftover hippie in some ways. She knew I was very sick a couple of years ago so she never told me that she had cancer. Unfortunately, she passed about two years ago. Her last wishes were to not have a funeral, but for everyone to get together at her favorite pizza place. I miss her more than I could ever express in words.
MT – My wife. She can do everything. She’s a professionally trained welder, the prettiest woman in any room, and cooks like a professional chef. Dang, I’m lucky!
Surveys Profit – An inspirational man Mr Lee Kuan Yew who brought an island from mudflats to a developed and one of the richest countries in the world, Singapore. Extremely smart person.
Denise N. – The most unique person I know would have to be my daughter. She is impulses and fun loving, always confident and not hung up on appearances. Spur-of-the-moment trips without pre-planning. And always the first to try out new trends. This weekend she dyed her hair in mermaid fashion-dark blue with light blue under tones. And tomorrow she’s picking out her colors for the Geode hair color. She says it will look good with her grey paisley pjs she’ll wear on her next after midnight trip to her local SuperCenter.
Diane Lane – The most unique person is my uncle Kenneth. This man walks to his own drum. He says to he means and means what he says, always colorful and to the point. He has a strong moral compass and believes in self reliance, common sense and personal responsibility. He a man’s man and and takes no guff. Uncle Kenneth turns 75 years young later this year, and you can spot him on the road driving his 57 Chevy his pride and joy.
Carol Miller – The most unique person I know is my neighbor, Linda, who lives across the street from me. She is in her early 50’s and has been diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. She never smoked a cigarette and is a beautiful person inside and out. She is going through intense chemo and radiation. The ambulance has been there a few times for severe dehydration. What makes her so unique is that, amidst all this suffering, she is the most positive person I know. Always has a smile and a bright hello. When asked how she is, her response is always, ” Good. I have more well days than sick days so I am really good. I am in God’s care, and He is taking very good care of me.” As if she hasn’t had enough hardship, she just underwent a knee replacement. She is now walking with a cane but still smiling and giving a cheery hello. She also always asks how I’m doing, never centering on herself. I truly admire her because I know that if I were in her shoes, I don’t think I would be nearly as brave. I don’t know if I would be having cheery conversations with my neighbors. I don’t know if I would really still have unshakable faith that God is still taking care of me. Linda is a true inspiration to me in every way. You never know the true inner strength and beauty of someone until they are severely tested. Linda has passed that test with flying colors.
Aries13 – My friend Rene! She lives her life for herself, and is strong in her beliefs. She is always cool, calm, and collected even when things get out of hand. She loves dresses and will ride her bike in a dress. Her pug, Morty, is her pride and joy! She can drive but prefers not to and doesn’t own a car. She’s also a perpetual student and a phenomenal cook!
Judy Burba McGarvey – My granddaughter is the most unique person I know. At 16, she already has a very strong sense of who she is and what she stands for. She works with charities raising money for Save the Children. She cut her beautiful, long hair short so she could donate it to Locks of Love. Although straight, she’s a very vocal advocate for the gay community. She also carries a 4.75 GPA, made a 33 on her ACT test, and has begun receiving letters from colleges. She loves animals and has an after-school job at an alpaca farm. She’s definitely one of a kind.
Merm123 – The most unique person I know is a lady who is 96 named Joan from South Africa who lived through Aparti and saw changes in human revolution and lives to write about it. One day I asked her what is the Mandela effect? She explained it with complete brilliance. Very unique woman of her age and so full of life.
mehnaz raida – My mom of course. For 10 years my mom suffered from domestic violence.. My dad beat nd abused her every single day.. Until one day she gathered courage nd left everything behind with me. Without a job, any money, she was brave enough to move to another city. She worked so hard for a normal, safe life nd especially for my education. Today we have our own safe home, food on the table nd yeah I just graduated high school.. Planning on becoming an engineer. So, yeah.. She is the most amazing, brave nd unique person I know.
Angela Kamphey – My 19 ur old .Her name is UNEEK & spelled a UNIQUE way.She is Gradatin this ur has had good grades all her yrs in school.A great mind ,smart,funny,reliable, terrific, wonderful ,amazing & let’s not for get she is UNEEK…….
mary – My Dad!! Most amazing man I have the priviledge to ever know! He is almost 80yrs old. Even when he wasn’t able to be with me in person, he has always been there for me. When ever I’ve trouble or just need to talk, he has words of wisdom for me (he & my stepmom). He has been all over the world teaching & working. He collects antique machinery. Still cuts his own wood, he just built a sawmill by himself last summer! And built up an old antique truck. He takes such good care of my special mom too. He’s pretty spry for an old guy 🙂 Great sense of humor too <3
Marie Angelie Delima – The most unique person in my life is my Autistic husband. He’s uniquely different from the rest. He talks random things, which are really interesting and his mind is full of wonderful ideas (the kind of ideas that you want to write in a book). When he sings, it’s so angelic. He really wants to sing in front of our dogs. To my surprise, the dogs would go fall asleep soundly while he’s still humming a tune.
Christina Hughes – The most unique person i know is my 6 year old daughter. She does everything with such individuality and style that is hers and hers alone. She has a kind heart and puts everyone first and loves like no little girl i have ever seen do. But she also carries the red head qualities of temper and sarcasm with the fire behind it all. Everything she does surprises me as its always done in her own unique way right from her learning new things ro creating new things, to helping others, to her being stubborn and having to learn life lessons herself. She reminds me so much of my grandfather who was my idol, my everything in life right to the last breath he took and even now. He too was very unique and his great granddaughter inheritted his uniqueness thank goodness.
MyKinKStar – My 91 year old Aunt Marilyn, who lives with her Corgi and 2 cats. She spends at least 3 hours a day pulling weeds in her many flower beds, and still mows her grass using a push mower. She sends me a letter or a card almost every week – handwritten and LOVELY.
Julie Dascoli-Yanop – My 12 grade teacher. He was extremely unique. Nothing about him was “of the norm” which made him the BEST teacher I EVER had. Even the way he taught was different and a lot more intriguing. Definitely one of a kind!
Karen T – My son was the most unique person I ever knew. He’s passed on now, but ever since he was a baby it seemed he knew that if there was a problem there had to be a solution. And he wouldn’t quit until he found it. He always had to do everything himself. He could keep information in his head. He never studied for a test yet aced them every time, answered questions on Jeopardy that I never even heard of. It was almost scary how smart he was Lol. He could create landscape, play music, fix electronic things, and he could write stories and draw people with eyes that would follow you across the room! I really miss the uniqueness of my son.
Kay Jones-Hoff – I would have to say my mother. She was always there for me. She could of let me die when I was a baby or sent me to a state mental hospital. But she didn’t. She wasn’t just there for me but for others. She did foster care for awhile. Now in her late 60s.She still does not show any signs of slowing down. She’s always helping people or causes. Also getting people involved in activities
ramadevi – My dad is unique person, ya he was. He never trouble anyone and he lived very simple life and taught me how to be a generous and to be simple in life. You need not be a billionire to make some one happy. A heartful wish and smile will make others feel good and happy. You need not help with money, you can offer cold water when a person is thirsty. When a person is thirsty a cool drink may make the person temporary relief from thirst, if the person drinks cold water it will give real relief from thirst. When a person is hungry just a little portion of meal may be helpful than whole big meal. Offer whatever you have to help people. You need not make big offer, if we try little within one’s limit that is the biggest thing. That is what I learned from my dad. There are so many things. He was just giving injections to the poor, he never expected nothing. People will buy the injection, but they have to pay to go to hospital to get the injection. My dad used to keep an syringe at home to give to the known people. My da also trained in the hospital since he worked as nurse assistant. Most of the poor people used to come home to get injection from my dad. He was wonderful and I can say he is unique person for me.
Mrs Ed – My husband, the love of my life. The intelligence that he possessed is unlike any man I ever knew. And that includes my Dad, which is saying a LOT. If he wanted to build something, he built it. If he wanted to fix something, he figured it out and fixed it, when no one else could. He could rebuild a computer, from the ground up, just by teaching himself how to do it. If he would catch me dreaming………lol. I draw what I’d like to have, but know I can never afford to have it. But, he would look over my shoulder, at what I’m drawing, and the next thing I know, he’s got it built. For instance, a 30 foot circle Koi pond with a working water wheel, bridge and all the landscaping to go with it. My husband went to be with the Lord in January of this year, and I don’t mind admitting that I’m a bit lost, without him. There was only one man as unique as he was, and the Lord gave him to me.
The pond he built for us:
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