Friday, March 24, 2006

Personality

I didn’t blog yesterday. Just didn’t feel like it. I read through my favorite blogs and got caught up on some other correspondence. I don’t normally go to town on Thursdays, but Jesse was off work, and Toby forgot several things so we made the trip to town. We had lunch with Toby and still made it home in time for art class. Later in the evening, Jesse and I went to a Premier Design jewelry party. Nothing like a little shopping before bedtime to make the day perfect. The jewelry lady was interesting – very beautiful. In fact, she was model beautiful, but then she had that "hokie Okie talk" dropping her l’s. "Gold" sounds like "gode". "Jewelry" sounds like "jury". It did not stop me from having a great time and buying earrings for me and a ring for Jesse. The group of ladies at the party were all my good friends. We acted like we usually do laughing and telling stories as if there was not a stranger in the room. The jewelry lady played some sort of game making us stand in a circle. She had a gift-wrapped box that she handed to one lady. We were supposed to roll ("row" in Okie talk) dice. When you rolled doubles, you could start opening the gift. But the next person could take it away from you when they rolled doubles. The game got fairly physical. I wonder sometimes what other people think of us, but I don’t really care.

Speaking of personalities, I took the personality test mentioned by Buck. Here are my results. The test said I was a dynamic leader. Jesse said that it was just a fancy way of saying that I was bossy, and she could have told me that without my having to take a test

4 comments:

Bo said...

Here's mine

http://www.personaldna.com/report.php?k=blNjhGtBsmZTkZb-HG-DCDAC-b17f&u=d8f7759c3b42

Buck Pennington said...

Jesse said that it was just a fancy way of saying that I was bossy, and she could have told me that without my having to take a test.

Youth and tact appear to be mutually exclusive in all our offspring, right?
:-)

Bag Blog said...

My husband says our kids are double-bred smart alecks.

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