Inspired by the lovely Not Blue At All’s post on sharing tidbits about herself, I thought I would do this little exercise too. Let’s see…
… is allergic to sheep. Yep, the whole sheep. Wool, meat and lanolin.
… used to always wear pants, but now prefers dresses to anything else.
… used to be a bit of a brown sparrow, but is now a rainbow lorikeet.
… has abandonment issues. Still.
… is a librarian… who doesn’t have much to do with books.
… believes that all human beings deserve basic respect.
… is absolutely hopeless at anything crafty!
… doesn’t know what she weighs at the moment, and doesn’t really care.
… seems to sneeze a lot more than other people.
… is a damn good cook, when she feels like it, and can turn anything into a tasty dish.
… believes that we have one life, and it is precious and should be lived to the fullest.
… has an infectious laugh.
… hates the smell of lavender.
… learns something new about herself every day.
… is apparently an ESFP according to the Myers Briggs test she just did.
… has really hot hands like her Grandma.
… loves her friends.
… wears her heart on her sleeve.
… doesn’t hate herself any more.
… knows that for every person who doesn’t like her, there is at least one who loves her.
… is so blessed to have discovered Fat Acceptance and the people who ARE the heart of it.
I thought I was the only one who hated the smell of lavender!
I took the Myers-Briggs in elementary school and got INTJ so I guess we are polar opposites. (But more recently I got INFJ; I value both thinking and feeling.)
Apparently I resort to INFJ behaviour when stressed, so we’re not that far apart. Mind you, I’m not sure how much stock I put in tests like that.
I always like these “learn more about you” type posts. I think, though, as awesome as you are, for every person who might not like you, there are at least two who love you.
I’ll totally do this later. ❤
Awww hon! You always make me feel good.
Woo! I love this! Thanks for posting your own. We have so much in common, go figure! Ha! =0)
I noticed this. We’re like some kind of crazy twins that are not physically connected.