Jun. 20th, 2012

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I've seen a couple versions of this floating around, but this is the one I decided to do. It might take me a bit more than 10 days, because I'll probably only do it on weekdays.

Day One: Ten things you want to do some day.
Day Two: Nine things about yourself.
Day Three: Eight qualities you think are awesome in other people.
Day Four: Seven (semi)interesting things you've pondered or thought about recently.
Day Five: Six things you are glad you did.
Day Six: Five books/movies/tv series/etc that you'd recommend.
Day Seven: Four silly quirks
Day Eight: Three pet peeves
Day Nine: Two things for which you're proud of yourself.
Day Ten: One secret plan.

(This turned into a list of 9 ways in which I am self-contradictory.)
1. For all that I love crafting, and either do or want to learn just about every craft I've ever heard of, there are a few I have no interest in. Spinning and garment sewing are the two that I think will surprise the most people.
2. I love music and listen to a pretty wide range of styles. But I have an awful time convincing myself that buying new music is a worthwhile use of my money.
3. I have an IQ high enough that I qualify for Mensa. I also have Attention Deficit Disorder. This is not the inherent contradiction many people seem to think.
4. I'm extremely introverted, but love New York City, SF conventions, music festivals, and similarly crowded and busy things.
5. I adore musical theatre and visit New York City frequently, but I've never seen anything on Broadway. I just can't justify spending that much money.
6. I love jewelry and own quite a bit of it. But I almost never actually wear any.
7. I'm a SF geek... who doesn't really care for either Star Trek or Star Wars. I don't hate them, but neither really speaks to me.
8. The antivax movement sends me into a frothing rage, but I read several blogs that are passionately against vaccinations because I'm interested in other topics that they post about. Those are mostly related to spirituality and/or self-sufficiency. Conversely, self-rightous atheism annoys the hell out of me, but I read several blogs that talk about that because the other subjects they write about are important or interesting to me. (Climate change, space exploration, science in general.)
9. I make things that many people would probably consider art, but because I'm not very good at drawing I don't consider myself an artist.
jennythereader: (Default)
I've seen a couple versions of this floating around, but this is the one I decided to do. It might take me a bit more than 10 days, because I'll probably only do it on weekdays.

Day One: Ten things you want to do some day.
Day Two: Nine things about yourself.
Day Three: Eight qualities you think are awesome in other people.
Day Four: Seven (semi)interesting things you've pondered or thought about recently.
Day Five: Six things you are glad you did.
Day Six: Five books/movies/tv series/etc that you'd recommend.
Day Seven: Four silly quirks
Day Eight: Three pet peeves
Day Nine: Two things for which you're proud of yourself.
Day Ten: One secret plan.

(This turned into a list of 9 ways in which I am self-contradictory.)
1. For all that I love crafting, and either do or want to learn just about every craft I've ever heard of, there are a few I have no interest in. Spinning and garment sewing are the two that I think will surprise the most people.
2. I love music and listen to a pretty wide range of styles. But I have an awful time convincing myself that buying new music is a worthwhile use of my money.
3. I have an IQ high enough that I qualify for Mensa. I also have Attention Deficit Disorder. This is not the inherent contradiction many people seem to think.
4. I'm extremely introverted, but love New York City, SF conventions, music festivals, and similarly crowded and busy things.
5. I adore musical theatre and visit New York City frequently, but I've never seen anything on Broadway. I just can't justify spending that much money.
6. I love jewelry and own quite a bit of it. But I almost never actually wear any.
7. I'm a SF geek... who doesn't really care for either Star Trek or Star Wars. I don't hate them, but neither really speaks to me.
8. The antivax movement sends me into a frothing rage, but I read several blogs that are passionately against vaccinations because I'm interested in other topics that they post about. Those are mostly related to spirituality and/or self-sufficiency. Conversely, self-rightous atheism annoys the hell out of me, but I read several blogs that talk about that because the other subjects they write about are important or interesting to me. (Climate change, space exploration, science in general.)
9. I make things that many people would probably consider art, but because I'm not very good at drawing I don't consider myself an artist.

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