After a couple of deeper text questions of the day and an interesting secrets segment, we wanted to lighten the mood a little bit today with a happy question.

TEXT QUESTION OF THE DAY:
What is something you are really glad that you did?

  • #TQOTD I'm glad I listened to Connie and fish this morning. Duh! Okay but seriously, I am glad that I took the chance at getting to know the guy I am with now. Our personalities are so different, but when it comes to morals and the things that matter, it's like we're the same person.
  • Really glad I went to tonight’s Mumford and Sons concert in Detroit. Even though I will be a zombie at work tomorrow.....I mean today ‍♀️ Shoutout to the hubby for driving us home!
  • Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy.
  • Went back to school to get my masters degree. I've learned so much about myself in the process!
  • Get divorced
  • Moved to Florida. BTW: I listen to you guys every day! Did you know that you can listen anywhere in the world by just downloading the station's APP in the APP store … PLUS … it was a free download!
  • Went back to school to get my masters degree while raising 4 boys and working.
  • Lots of work but happy I did it.
  • Took guardianship of my grandkids. Love my babies ❤
  • Told my Dad I loved him every time we were together or spoke.
  • Laser hair removal
  • Started listening to Connie and fish instead of one of those other local stations. You guys make me laugh out loud. Seriously funny stuff .
  • I’m really glad I stopped wearing people’s approvals like a cloak.
  • Swallowed my fears and had a prophylactic bilateral mastectomy after testing positive for the genetic mutation BRCA1. My MRI showed precancerous cells...My breasts were ticking time bombs. Hardest decision I’ve ever had to make but so glad I did. And, despite the complications that followed, I’ll never regret it. I saved my life.
  • Broke up with my ex
  • I am so glad I took the time to travel whenever I could. After high school, I went to Spain and Senegal in West Africa. After college, I spent a summer working at the Grand Canyon. At 25 I lived for a summer in England. I’ve never learned more about myself than when I was experiencing another culture.
  • I am so happy that I had weight loss surgery. My family still doesn't know. they would be so judgemental. My insurance wouldn't cover it so I did medical tourism in Mexico for a quarter of the price. I'm over 100 lb down and life is great
  • I am so glad I am not the only one that Fish pulls that baby question on lol. Anyway, I am so glad that I got married and had my 4 kids. Also that I spent all the time I did with my dad and made memories with him before he passed my senior year of highschool in 07
  • Ran a marathon or three
  • Moving to Asia (Hong Kong) in 2010. experience has totally changed my perspective and outlook on the world.
  • Followed my art
  • Spending a month in Thailand, experiencing their culture in one of the hill tribes and volunteering at a Jungle Sanctuary with elephants. It was amazing.
  • Went in the army. Enjoyed Europe while in and have friends all over the place.
  • Got married young and had two wonderful kids. I couldn't have asked for a better life outcome, considering where I came from!
  • Had children and went to college
  • Moved to Michigan 4 years ago!
  • Becky Vaughn Went back to college and got my degree and now have a great career.
  • TQOTD. What's something I'm really glad I did.. Even though we struggled financially many many times, I'm so glad I stayed home with my kids until they started school full time. I was able to be there for almost every moment of their early life.
  • I am so glad that I adopted a dog last October. Her name is Ruby and I love her so very much! She has gained about 20lbs since and is living her best life. She completes my son and I. We call her Mooby, among other things...because she is very plump and looks like a cow!
  • Something glad I did- joined weight watchers! 60lbs down!
  • I am so glad that I finally started traveling by myself. I am taking trips with family and with my now ex-husband and after my divorce, I started traveling by myself. I absolutely love it.
  • I am so glad that I had weight loss surgery and have gotten my life, my confidence, and my happiness back. I am down 83 lbs and I am 30 lbs from my goal.
  • Text question of the day: I’m really glad I did a study abroad in Europe. I got to spend a month in Italy, and another 3 weeks traveling around by myself seeing and doing whatever I wanted. It was the most liberating experience of my life and I’m so glad I got to do that.
  • I am really glad that I Graduated from college as a Medical Assistant with an Associates Degree of Science. Now I work as a Medical Assistant.
  • Got a tummy tuck
  • I'm really glad I went to college. I realize it may sound cliche, but I needed to get out of my small hometown and meet new people. That was some of the best times of my life. I met my first love there and though we are not together, I'm glad I met him.
  • Text question of the day, the thing that I and most glad I did is also the thing that was the hardest for me to do and that was get a divorce after 22 years of marriage. by the way, I'm messaging you through the app it's a free download in the Google play store.
  • I am so glad I got weight loss surgery. My insurance wouldn't cover it I flew to Mexico on medical tourism and got the surgery for 1/4 the cost. My family doesn't even know because the judgment would be overwhelming. I've lost over 100lbs.
  • I'm glad I left my husband. It's been a hard divorce, but worth it!
  • I'm thankful I took as many trips as I did before marriage because now those trips aren't happening. Especially with 4 kids... #TheStruggleIsReal
  • I'm glad I stayed in girl scouts. I was a member from 1st through 12th grade. Between that, band, and nursing school. Lots of wonderful memories and character strengthening!
  • Worked out in Grand Teton National Park at age 19 for 7 months. Got to live in the most beautiful place in the USA.
  • something I'm glad I did in my life. Is put family first. I feel like family is very important and we don't live forever. I will never regret going and hanging out with my mom instead of going out and having drinks. Because one day when she's gone I will have those memories
  • Moved to LA … where I either listen on the app or I Listen to your podcast. Did you know that that was free as well on my Google Play by typing Connie and Fish and subscribing
  • I'm glad I left my ex-husband and got back in touch with my high school sweetheart!
  • TQOTD: When my dad died we buried him in my country and we stayed there for long. I was a minor and I convinced my family to buy my brother and I, plane tickets to go back to Puerto Rico so we didn't lose our green cards. So I take credit for my brother's success even tho he hates my guts. I'm glad I did that cause now I'm in Michigan and LOVEEEET!
  • Something that I'm glad I did was have my kids in my early 20's!!! The 2nd thing would be that I went skydiving when I turned 30!!
  • Text question of the day: One of the best things I have done is become a foster parent! It has learned so much and it has been a rewarding experience!
  • The best thing I have done in my life is start listening to your show! #kissass #iloveyouguys
  • Best thing I've ever done: Gastric bypass! Went from 260 lb to 145 lb. Followed up with a tummy tuck and breast reduction and I feel amazing! I'm so glad I finally decided to invest in myself instead of putting all of my time energy and money into everyone else like most moms do. -Heather. #FormerFatGirl #ByeByeSaggieTatas #DoYourBoobsHangLow #Glorious
  • TQOTD The best thing I have done is definitely a breast reduction. Oh, and our 3 week trip out west that we camped it was awesome.
  • I'm happy I decided to have our son at 38 years old! It's a lot easier being older and I have a lot more patience. Brandy from Clearwater
  • I'm really glad I was a firefighter and a dad.
  • Text question of the day: I'm happy I kept the baby I had when I was 16. He has grown into an amazing man. He's a great husband and daddy to my granddaughter.
  • Guys the best thing I've ever done in my life, and not even what I've done but what my parents did for me, is deciding to adopt me. I would have such a different life and so many fewer opportunities were it not for them. I love them so much.
  • The best thing I have ever done is to say yes to my fiancé when he asked me to marry him and buy a house with him so young. Now I get to spend the rest of my life with my best friend and go on so many adventures
  • I am thankful that I joined to the 501st Great Lakes Garrison a Star Wars costume group in the area I always wanted to give back to my community and all of the charity work we do makes me smile
  • Went to Zamboni class - always wanted to drive one, so found an ice rink in Maryland that offered a Zamboni class where we learned about them and learned to drive them
  • I'm really happy I turned my life over to god and have been clean from opiates for almost 4years
  • something I'm really glad I did was marry my husband. we are currently in the middle of separating (mutual decision) but I still love him so much and I know I wouldn't have come as far as I have without him. I wish him the best ❤️
  • ? Of dah day..... best ever, was taking a cut in pay to come to my job now. Been here for 33 years and still Lov my job How many people can say that? #isntlifegrand?
  • Um..... probably shouldn't say cuz I think it's illegal in 18 states, so.....
  • I'm glad I fulfilled my sexual fantasies after my divorce
  • Good morning guys!! The one thing I am sp glad I did was marry my wife Leslie the lesbian. Love you babe #Clickof6 #LesbiansAreAwesome #FishLovesLesbians #LEZZZBEEEEEIIIIAANNNSS
  • The best thing I have done in my life is starting listening to your radio station in the morning #kissass #iloveyouguys
  • Went to Zamboni class - always wanted to drive one, so found an ice rink in Maryland that offered a Zamboni class where we learned about them and learned to drive them
  • Worked out in Grand Teton National Park at age 19 for 7 months. Got to live in the most beautiful place in the USA. (It's a seasonal job). Lol. Just wanted to make sure you knew that. I'm now 40 and I've traveled back there many times, but this year I finally get to take my children out there to visit. I'm sooo excited!!
  • When I was 25 I got engaged to my abusive boyfriend of 7 years. I'm glad I finally had the courage to break it off after being engaged for 2 months. It prompted me to realize my worth, get a promotion and transfer from California to Chicago, where I learned to be myself. I met my now husband a year after I moved, and moved here to Michigan a year ago. I cannot imagine how my life would be if I wouldn't have left him all those years ago.
  • Two years ago I rescued a cat. I never would've known how close he'd become, til I had him awhile. He loves his daddy. He comes first. He's solid black, n weighs 30 pounds!!, n he's a cuddler!!!
  • I went and saw a medium last Sunday and was able to talk to my parents ♥️
  • I'm so glad that even though I'm terrified of heights every time I go to a city that has an attraction like the Sears Tower glass box or the St. Louis arch your Seattle space needle I've done it because I would regret having not done the fun things in every city I go to even though I'm so scared
  • I'm glad I took my family to Disney World! Truly the happiest place on earth! Best vacation we have had so far! And everyone keeps asking to go back!
  • Listening to Connie and fish in the morning! Along with Steve. I don't want to leave him out. You guys have a dynamic that just fits Perfectly. You make me pee myself laughing so hard. So thank you for bringing so many laughs every day.
  • I married my wife for the second time. We divorced then remarried
  • Got sober!! 10 years now. Hamburger!!
  • I'm really glad that around Thanksgiving time this past year I applied for a new position at work that I thought I had no shot of getting. I've been in my new role for almost 4 months now and it is already the best decision I've ever made!
  • I'm most proud that I moved to Chicago right out of college and lived on my own before I got married. Backstory: growing up, my mom got divorced and was later widowed while my brother and I were young and I saw how strong that my mom is and wanted to prove to myself that I could make it on my own and be an adult that could pay the bills, set up gas and electric, etc if I had to before I settled down and got married. It made me so much stronger as a person and more confident.
  • I'm glad I married my husband. I was 29 when I finally found the love of my life. I became a bonus mom to 2 amazing kids! I'm glad I had my daughter ( didn't think I could have kids because of being on depo for so long) she's the light of my life!
  • I'm glad I saw a perfect circle in concert. It's the first time they have touched American soil in years!!!