|You Are An ENFP|
You love being around people, and you are deeply committed to your friends.
You are also unconventional, irreverent, and unimpressed by authority and rules.
Incredibly perceptive, you can usually sense if someone has hidden motives.
You use lots of colorful language and expressions. You're quite the storyteller!
In love, you are quite the charmer. And you are definitely willing to risk your heart.
You often don't follow through with your flirting or professed feelings. And you do break a lot of hearts.
At work, you are driven but not a workaholic. You just always seem to enjoy what you do.
You would make an excellent entrepreneur, politician, or journalist.
How you see yourself: compassionate, unselfish, and understanding
When other people don't get you, they see you as: gushy, emotional, and unfocused
One of these days, I'm going to take one of these things and it will say I'm productive and efficient.
Perhaps in my next life.
In this life, however, I have managed some minor productivity despite the constraints of wrist braces and intermittently frozen shoulders:
After only a few months since I came up with the plan... I got the hooks on the wall in the back hall so that it's easy for the kids to stick their coats somewhere before they make it to the kitchen floor.
Timely eh? now that we're reveling in the ability to go coatless and wear sandals? (and how is it that I've never seen those spots on the wall before they appeared in this picture??
More exciting still --- after a paltry seven years, we now have curtains in the dining room. It's beginning to look like adults might have moved into our house. Maybe.
(Note... the walls in this room are the same color as the walls in that hallway. I have no clue what the camera is trying to do here.) Anyway, I still have to find a thingummy to hold the curtains back (as they're intended to be).
The one I bought totally doesn't work, and needs to be returned to the store. The one that looked easy was more expensive AND required an addition hook of some kind, so it would be at least twice the price. I'll figure something out.
With the help of the Divine Though Blogless Elizabeth's Geek Stud husband, and in trade for keeping track of their kids for a few hours, I managed to get rid all of the old computer and audio/visual equipment that no longer works or is so out dated as to be obsolete. Geek Stud stopped by on his way to the Annual Computer A/V Equipment Recycling Fest here in town and picked up my stuff to go along with his. I am grateful. He wound up waiting in line for like 2 hours. But ... that monitor is not leaking harmful evil things into the landfill to filter down into our water supply.
I made more progress frogging the 80's sweater. I've not given up yet -- perhaps its because I find the slowly growing pile of wee balls of yarn pretty amusing.
Last night, after shunning both knitting needles and keyboards for over 24 hours (it was so hard), I knit a bit on the Socks de la Mer -- and did not induce pain! When next I turn to the needles, I'll be starting the heel flap. (I actually thought I'd get there last night, but realized I had another repeat of the leg section to go).
This morning, I ordered a new "transformer" charger piece for our rechargeable electric mower. I am pleased. I feared that when DD accidentally destroyed the charger while helping me clean the garage last year, she'd rendered it permanently useless. I was not looking forward to buying a new mower. Now, I can look forward to teaching her how to run the thing, so that she can earn money this summer mowing the lawn.
Wheeeee I'm on such a roll! Who knew you could get so much done when you got out of your knitting chair and steered clear of the keyboard?