A Red-Letter Day

Thursday, June 29, 2006

I finished my thank you notes.

Now, my goal was to finish before 6/22--two months after the wedding. But 6/28 (last night)... I'll take it. There are still 3 addresses I need to dig up, but all writing of text is complete. This comes on the heels of Kristy Crawford's post, the importance and art of writing notes, etc. etc., so I feel somewhat blogger-timely. I'm not only timely, but extremely relieved. Any notes written after this will be gravy. Icing. Fun, maybe.

Special thanks to the NBA for having a really long drafting process. Without you, this block of uninterrupted writing time would not have been possible. Thank you.


(I hope no one reading this had their thank you note lost in the mail...)

Headbands

Monday, June 26, 2006




I'm wearing a pink-and-white striped headband in this same shape today (they didn't have the picture of my exact pattern).

Are headbands alright to wear to work in the adult world? I feel a bit too Caddyshack today, in my navy a-line skirt, white sweater, and pink-and-white striped headband. But I love it. When else are you supposed to wear a headband? Not just for tennis. It's too darn hot here, anyway, to wear pretty tennis clothes. We don't even really play tennis (Jonathan does sometimes).

Thoughts on headbands? (Thick ones?)

Clue: What are the odds?

Monday, June 19, 2006




As Jonathan says, my experience last night ranks up there with the Longhorns winning the National Championship in football and running a marathon.

I won Clue on the very first turn of the game.

What are the odds, really? There are 6 suspects, 6 weapons, and 10 rooms, right? A 1 in 360 chance? Is that even right? As Mrs. Peacock, I moseyed into the Conservatory, because it was the only room I could get into with the number on the dice, and guessed the candlestick because it was sitting the closest to me on the board. The guess went all the way around the circle with no evidence, so I thought, what the heck? I'll look in the confidential envelope. There they all were: Mrs. Peacock, the candlestick, in the Conservatory.

I was the first turn of the game.

Has this happened to anyone else, ever? Could playing this game possibly be as memorable ever again?

Sincerely,

The Master Sleuth

Personality test from Jesse's blog

Sunday, June 11, 2006




Your Five Factor Personality Profile



Extroversion:



You have high extroversion.

You are outgoing and engaging, with both strangers and friends.

You truly enjoy being with people and bring energy into any situation.

Enthusiastic and fun, you're the first to say "let's go!"



Conscientiousness:



You have medium conscientiousness.

You're generally good at balancing work and play.

When you need to buckle down, you can usually get tasks done.

But you've been known to goof off when you know you can get away with it.



Agreeableness:



You have medium agreeableness.

You're generally a friendly and trusting person.

But you also have a healthy dose of cynicism.

You get along well with others, as long as they play fair.



Neuroticism:



You have low neuroticism.

You are very emotionally stable and mentally together.

Only the greatest setbacks upset you, and you bounce back quickly.

Overall, you are typically calm and relaxed - making others feel secure.



Openness to experience:



Your openness to new experiences is low.

You're a pretty conservative person, and you favor what's socially acceptable.

You think that change for novelty's sake is a very bad idea.

While some may see this as boring, many see you as dependable and wise.

Hot pics

Saturday, June 03, 2006


www.pictage.com

The pictures are up and hopping. And there are lots. If you were there, don't give up--there's most likely a picture of you in the reception section.

p.s. What's the freaking deal with no one updating anymore? And by no one, I mean EVERY SINGLE LINK to your right of blogs I read and love and cherish. Come on, people.
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