Because I’m out of posts and because I’m out of posts

Really. Fresh out of posts. Mind’s a blank.

I’ve just decided to stop work early tonight (almost eleven p.m.) because I did a few calculations and determined I’d have to work only between ten and fifteen hours this weekend. Pfft. I can spilt that up over Saturday and Sunday, easy. And I’m tired. So tired.

Lili Von Shtupp: [singing] Here I stand, the goddess of desire / Set men on fire / I have this power. / Morning, noon, and night, it’s dwink and dancing / Some quick womancing / And then a shower. / Stage door Johnnies constantly suwwound me / They always hound me, with one wequest. / Who can satisfy their lustful habits? / I’m not a wabbit. / I need some west.

So, instead, I’m following My Dog Harriet (Meghan, not my dog; I don’t have a dog, or I did once, or something), and started an interactive Johari Window. I mean, why not? What the hey.

The Johari Window was invented by Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham in the 1950s as a model for mapping personality awareness. By describing yourself from a fixed list of adjectives, then asking your friends and colleagues to describe you from the same list, a grid of overlap and difference can be built up.

Go on over. See how it shakes out.

I’m going to bed. G’night!

Comments

  1. I got a few of yours right.  I can’t believe you didn’t think you were “witty.”  Because you really are.  I didn’t dare put that word on mine because as you can tell from this comment, I’m anything but witty.  Have a good weekend!