Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Friday on Wednesday

Well, That was an interesting two weeks, filled with holidays and stomach flu. I remember there was a birthday in there (I finished the scarf), and some meetings and coffee. I know I did some driving to and from Urbana. I have a vague and faded recollection of a multi-generational lunch out for another birthday.

It was the stomach flu that threw me off. No. Not me personally. It was a very sexist stomach flu. It zeroed in on the members of the male persuasion that dwell here. Still, all in all, things have been rather more eventful than I like. I like peace. I need quiet. Not all the time, but some. Having all of the guys home last week was not conducive to either. It's a long time since I've spent the night on the bathroom floor with a child draped across my lap, and I was a lot younger then.

Looking over that last paragraph it's clear that I'm still swimming in the stream of my consciousness. So here's Friday's post today. I'll try to string together some coherent thoughts tomorrow.

Your Quirk Factor: 47%

You're a pretty quirky person, but you're just normal enough to hide it.

Congratulations - you've fooled other people into thinking you're just like them!

Edited to add: I don't know why, but Blogger won't publish my quirk factor, which should be appearing in that big empty space. It's 47%.

Oh. And here's a close up of the birthday scarf. Just to remind myself that I still knit.

Handmaiden Lady Godiva in Renaissance. Knit according to Misty Garden from Scarf Style on I forget what size needles. Maybe I'll remember tomorrow.


Cathy said...

I'm 67% quirky. Quirky? I've been called lots of things in my life, but never quirky. There's a first time for everything, I guess.

The scarf is nice...with those colors, you'll get lots of wear from it.

Cate said...

OH MAN. I do love your quizzes. When I used to be at loose ends at work I would take obscene amounts of seventeen quizzes (I never graduated to cosmo quizzes, I'm a seventeen girl). Why the insatiability to know which celebrity hair style reflects my essence? Anyway, I'm 59% quirky but normal enough to hide it. I've taken to describing myself as quirky as it is more accurate then describing myself as crazy. Food for thought as we fortify ourselves for Easter.

Cate said...

I meant than (it will bug me if I don't correct that error, but have no problems with the words I invented for the previous post).