Writing Wrongs

January 24, 2007

So, I made this New Yearís resolution about blogging at least every other day. So not doing well on that one. Letís blame the daily 930 (which has been closer to the daily 1,000 or so), shall we?

In honor of having nothing to say, Iím going to post a quiz or two. Because who doesnít love a quiz?

Your Expression Number is 4

Practical and down to earth - everything in your life is organized.

You are a great writer and teacher. You never forget a detail.

Very patient, you have the ability to cultivate talents in difficult fields.

You also tend to have an artistic side. You'd make a great architect or classical musician.

You face your responsibilities with a positive attitude - and you always get things done.

You are serious, sincere, honest, and faithful.

Sometimes your strong sense of responsibility leads to frustration.

You also tend to develop strong likes and dislikes, which border on dogmatism.

At you're worst, you can be a dominant disciplinarian.

What's Your Expression Number?

Iím pretty sure I havenít posted my expression number before. Iím not even sure I know what one is. But if I donít remember, chances are no one else does either.

You Should Rule Saturn

Saturn is a mysterious planet that can rarely be seen with the naked eye.

You are perfect to rule Saturn because like its rings, you don't always follow the rules of nature.

And like Saturn, to really be able to understand you, someone delve beyond your appearance.

You are not an easy person to befriend. However, once you enter a friendship, you'll be a friend for life.

You think slowly but deeply. You only gain great understanding after a situation has past.

What Planet Should You Rule?

I know I havenít posted this one, because I wouldíve remembered making some sort of juvenile joke like, Iím glad it didnít come back with Uranus. Hey, I have a ten-year-old son--Uranus jokes are my life.

So Ö Saturn. Iím curious. Does this mean I canít be seen with the naked eye? That would explain why they keep missing my order at Starbucks. Iím all over that thinking slowly thing. Itís why I like writing. Unlike brain surgery and stand-up comedy, you get do-overs.

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Charity Tahmaseb wrote at 12:09 p.m.