I hope everyone is having a peaceful and enjoyable Easter Weekend! And that April Fool’s day hasn’t been unkind to you. And that the full moon is not disrupting any aspects of your life! What a weekend!
I am happy to report a quiet weekend here at Mist Cottage. It is cold outside, so I am spending the weekend organizing stuff, after the big furniture moving extravaganza. Attila spent Friday preparing a turkey dinner and puttering with his garage project. On Saturday he kindly created a wall rack for me in my room, to hang my clothes, and today he has kindly built an enclosure at the top of my closet, which was just an open space that allowed a lot of dust to settle, no more.
Diane, of Still The Lucky Few, posted a link to a personality test, which looked like fun, so I tried it. It seemed pretty accurate to me, and right in line with any formal testing I’ve been exposed to.
The category I fit into is the INTJ, Introvert, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging. The descriptions pretty accurately describe me, although I will say that age has provided me with the experience needed to appreciate the emotional elements in the human equation, more than I did in my youth. It seems that Attila is the personality type most suited to my personality type, which is how I saw things until December 31, 2017, due to the terrible, terrible mistake. It is fairly obvious to me that context plays a big part in how things play out in the world. My story is still being written, so I’ve drawn no other conclusions.
What strikes me most though, about such categories, is the rainbow of personality types, and contexts, that make the world such an endlessly interesting place to exist.
Well, the next week looks like it is going to include the opportunity to explore the variety and uniqueness of snowflakes! Spring is slow this year, in making herself felt.
Date: 3:00 PM EDT Sunday 1 April 2018
Condition: Mostly Cloudy
Pressure: 101.9 kPa
Dew point: -10.6°C
Wind: WSW 27 gust 40 km/h
Visibility: 24 km
“We should take care not to make the intellect our god; it has, of course, powerful muscles, but no personality.”
1879 – 1955