Originally Posted by BranchMonkey
You know it. And oh, the jumbo scallops! Someone told me the seafood place is still located in the back.
And the Market still has German breads--so many good ones she buys them in bulk and keeps them in her garage freezer until the next trip to the Market.
Would you go to a Blues Festival with me, or African Roots music: Outdoors? I went to one a few times in San Diego (Blues); it was so good, and the weather,
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey I copied this for someone else, then realized I wanted to post it here; then on my Visitor's Page, and blog it, too. I get so tired sometimes of being mistaken for an extravert, but more so as some other introvert, especially sensor. If I were one, no problem; but as I'm not, here for myself, and anyone who can relate:
Most likely to mistype as: ENFJ [for me, only in person, "maybe" by some who know something about MBTI; otherwise I just
Updated Yesterday at 06:43 PM by BranchMonkey (typo correction)
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey I did it: Got up early, stayed on task; kept my word on a rare promise--I don't usually make them because with my health problems and medication withdrawals i never know how I will feel from hour to hour, let alone day to day. And I got a lot done, pull-en-ty. Also, plenty to do before I sleep, and it's still good. Sure, it'll pass: Change, change, change... I'm starting, just barely, to get the hang of accepting it.
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey Beats the heck out of me, sometimes.
I hear a lot that I tell it like it is, or that I don't hold back.
Sometimes, I hear about how much I know that they never thought about.
Really, though? I am approachable as long as the person doing the approaching isn't sending out harmful vibes.
When I'm sick, I am not approachable the same way as when I am less sick:
Enthusiastic, curious, and complimentary without being obsequious
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey I've got, studied, reference Gifts Differing by Briggs-Myers, and once I got around to reading and referencing it, I could pick out my seemingly obvious type by reading the description; on reflection, it's simplistic, like astrology--leaving no room (nor did she intend to) for the impact of extreme poverty, violence, mental ill caregivers and other stresses. She admitted she left "the abnormals" to Jung.
I've got, studied, reference Riso & Hudson, and I prefer going
Updated Yesterday at 02:06 PM by BranchMonkey