Tuesday, August 15, 2006

A Couple of Questions XXX

We reached thirty! Cool. Here we go:

1. Would you consider yourself an introvert or an extrovert?

2. What activity did you hope to accomplish this summer that has yet to be done, or might need to be postponed for another time?

7 comments:

StephieAnne said...

1. Already very-much explained in Saturday's blog.

2. We've done pretty good this summer - I got a Skateworld gift certificate a year and a half ago that's about to expire in summer, need to get on that. (Oh, the joys of the orange carpeted Skate World). Also, we owe the Whites a horse-back riding trip.

HollieHobbie said...

1. Introvert.....baaahaaaahaaa!!! I went to a Bible Study once and had to explain in one of our sessions what it is like to be such an extrovert.
2. It has been a wonderful, super fun-filled Summer. I cannot complain about any of it, but maybe I wish we had read more and that Emma had done more of her workbooks, but, ya know, that is just debbie downer-like of me. So I guess, all in all there really isn't anything we have missed.

StephieAnne said...

Debbie Downer - LOVE it Hollie! I did SO GOOD during the month of June with that workbook/reading stuff.... but July and August have been a whole different story.

Colie said...

1. I am not extreme on either end. I would lean more toward extrovert, however I like small groups - not large ones. I also do not enjoy surface conversation as much as deep discussions. I don't love being alone and I gather energy from small groups of friends.

2. I have a bedroom to paint, siding to fix (Randy's project), an office to organize, and a shed that is almost painted I just need to touch it up. Will this all happen - likely not:-).

LiteraryGirl said...

1. Ahh, definitely extrovert, although I do spend a lot of time in my head, too.
2. Well I had hoped to do some school work with the kids, didn't happen and isn't going to. I can't really think of anything else, outside of MOVING!!!

JustMe said...

1. I consider myself an introvert, and I will work hard to get out of social activities - but - once I'm there I've noticed I start trying to make everybody laugh and secretly enjoy being in the middle of everything. I will end up the last one to leave the same event I dreaded and whined about!

2. The yard. Oy vey. My neighbor with the perfect grass probably hates me for all the weed seeds blowing her way...

stephietoo said...

1. Anyone who knows me will know that I am a omplete INTROVERT! Unlike my husband who is a complete extrovert. (We are quite the couple.) Just like, 'Justme', I will do anything and everythng to get out of any social situation becaues I dread what will happen, what could happen, what might happen, what has happened in the past, etc, etc. I have a select group of friends that I can hang out with and not worry about what they think of me, what I am going to say, or whether or not there will be an uncomfortable silence.

2. I really didn't have any summer projects planned since I don't have kids and summer is just like any other time of the year for me (work, work, work). Stephanie is right though, we do need to get that horse-back ride in.