The $100 Question: Susan From Raisin Toast Asks What One Life Choice You'd Change

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Welcome to The $100 Question, where fellow BlogHers are asking questions ... and every answer could be worth one hundred dollars!
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Let's meet today's host: Susan from Raisin Toast

In her professional career, Susan has become an accomplished artist, selling her paintings to collectors as far away as Italy and Paris, and to many collectors throughout the United States. She has had a number of successful one-woman exhibits and has won numerous competitions and recognition for her artwork. Susan is also an accomplished entrepreneur and blogger. Her Red Easel organization provides inspiration and information for the visual artist and is her way of giving back to the visual arts community. You can visit Red Easel, Red Easel Gallery, and Red Easel Magazine at http://www.redeasel.com. Susan's personal blog, Raisin Toast, has provided her an opportunity to connect with other women and mothers around the world and has won a number of awards for her content and design. You can visit her blog at http://www.raisin-toast.com.

Susan's photo courtesy Raisin Toast

Ready to play? Here is The $100 Question for Monday, June 7:

If you could change one thing about the choices you have made in your life, what would that choice be?

How to play: Tell Susan your answer to her question in the comments below by 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 9 to be eligible to win. We'll enter all the comments into a randomizer and choose one lucky commenter to win. Comment as many times as you want. Click here to read the official rules. Good luck!

Want more chances to win?

Please join us tomorrow for Tuesday's question, asked by Dawn from This Woman's Work for another chance to win.

You can check out the full list of bloggers and questions in the The $100 Question archive.

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