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[ profile] giselle0002 gifted me with them. Now, if only I could think, I'd write something entertaining, or deep, or at least coherent.

Penguins )

Legos )

Religion )
SCA Peerage )

Pride vs Satisfaction )

Reincarnation )
stitchwhich: (yule reindeer)
Everyone has seasonal decorations that carry a story. Our families know them - or do they? Do your friends? Share...

Here's one of mine )
stitchwhich: (OpusOpines)
Rules: Don't take too long to think about it. Fifteen books you've read that will always stick with you. First fifteen you can recall in no more than 15 minutes. Tag 15 friends, because that is lovely symmetry. It may be best to post your own before reading mine, just so they really are yours and not brought to mind by mine.

I almost forgot to tag (you don't have to answer if you don't want to - folks are busy, I know.) And just so you know - I went with "those who I am interested in AND I think they read LJ often enough to have a chance to get them to answer..."

Alban / Gise / Matildis / Marion / Drea / Ro / camfind (easier to spell than your SCA name!)/ Alejandro / Roksanne / Elaine / Eldthryth / Hersir / 'Broider Jane / Margret / Elizabeth

In no particular order:
1. The Bible
2. Lord of the Rings (counting as one, including The Hobbit and The Silmarion)
3. Heidi
4. Stranger in a Strange Land
5. Little Women / Little Men
6. The Tale of the Five by Diane Duane
7. In This House of Brede
8. Moonheart
9. Riddlemaster of Hed
10. The Silver Chalice
11. The Dorsai (can't decide which one)
12. Tom Sawyer
13. The Kama Sutra
14. Dear and Glorious Physician
15. The Cat Who Went To Heaven
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I like Una's meme. So I'm going to indulge.

I would like you to tell me 10 things that make you happy. It can be anything….just tell me the first 10 things that pop into your mind.

1. My loved ones. I'm grateful that there are so many of them . (Hey, y'all are so easy to love!)
2. The willow tree outside my window. Even if its roots are getting suspiciously close to our watermain.
3. The Internet. No, don't snort, it's true.
4. Diet Pepsi. Yeah, it's all the way down to number 4.
5. My clothes are getting loose.
6. TV season is finally moving away from summer reruns.
7. Morning walks and pajama visits. :)
8. My camp kitchen.
9. My SUV. I know, that's politically incorrect, but it is my gateway to VIking reenactment, independent travel, and stocking all the munchies that make Arni smile.
10. Being able to put on my own shoes with no pain.
stitchwhich: (Starry Night)
Here's a long entry. Don't worry, I'll use LJ-cut.

TheWeekend )

and finally, that nostalgia meme... I don't expect you to really read it - I'm just going to enjoy reminiscenting.
here )
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1 Take the lyrics to a favorite song.

2 Go to Google Language Tools and translate the lyrics into German; then from German to French; and finally from French back into English.

3 Post the results verbatim.

4 Invite your friends to guess the song based on the newly mangled lyrics

(I chose an easy one, not being Mark Twain)

Of did Baaschwarzschafe Baa, want you all the possible ones? Dear Mister dear Monsieur, three bags fully. For the Master and for the lady for the small man who lives to the bottom the manner. Of did Baaschwarzschafe Baa, want you all the possible ones? Dear Mister dear Monsieur, three bags fully.
stitchwhich: (hamster)
Hosted a Stitch n'Bitch last night while my husband and "the guys" worked in the garage/armory (before they got there, it was the garage/woodshop). Wow. I have to get Izzy to teach more often! (And here she thought she was just coming over to hang out and maybe show a couple of folks some stuff about braies. Huh! Filled a room!)

Some of 'the guys' came in to do sewing stuff, some didn't. Some looked at our pitiful book collection, some didn't - I, of course, spent my time glorying in friends to talk with or dying from the run-down condition of the house, especially a "everything exploded pre-Pennsic" house. But oh well. I know as SCAdians that they've seen worse. It's a comfort, anyway. So's the knowledge that we are slowly repairing and replacing the long-ignored.

Bah! Baaahhhhhh!
Pirate Monkey's Harry Potter Personality Quiz
Harry Potter Personality Quiz
by Pirate Monkeys Inc.

No surprise, except for which character is the INFJ. I'm always that designation. *sigh* I wanna be something dashing and scary someday.

stitchwhich: (Lego Viking Woman)
INFJ - the counselor
You scored 36% I to E, 26% N to S, 14% F to T, and 47% J to P!
Your type is best summed up by the word "counselor", which belongs to the larger group of idealists. Only 2% of the population share your type. You are so empathic that you often know what others need before they know themselves. You are a complex person who can deal with complicated issues and people, almost prefer to, as you love problem solving. You can be something of an idealist or perfectionist, and should try to take yourself a little less seriously.
You are a supportive and insightful romantic partner, encouraging your mate to have dreams and work hard to make those dreams come true. Because you are so creative, you have a wealth of ideas to help them toward those goals. You need harmony so much that you are driven to resolve conflict quickly, as long as the terms don't violate your ethics. You feel the most appreciated when your partner admires your creativity, trusts your inspirations, and respects your values. It is also vitally important that your partner be open and emotionally available - in other words, that they be willing to share themselves completely.
Your group summary: idealists (NF)
Your type summary: INFJ

My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

You scored higher than 15% on I to E

You scored higher than 20% on N to S

You scored higher than 5% on F to T

You scored higher than 45% on J to P
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