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You are an ENTJ

This was a surprise to me — to see many of my characteristics summarized. Plus, it listed my weaknesses, too, and got them spot on. I thought this a useful tool for improving myself. Okay, so this is brusque huh. Maybe I’ll spiff it up later. ——————————- You are an ENTJ (Extravert, Intuitive, Thinker, Judger) ENTJs represent between 2 and 5% of the U.S. population. 1% female. Natural leaders with a hearty and frank style, ENTJs tend to take charge of any situation they find themselves in. They are good organizers of people because they have the ability to see ahead and then communicate their vision to others. Usually friendly and outgoing, ENTJs have a lot of energy, often speaking,…

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Nice weekend

Saturday got off to a slow start, but we got lots done outside. I have the paint to finish up the porches, and we got all the final hardscaping done for the gardens. What a relief to have that finished! We used the leftover shingles from the house as weed barrier — silly I know, but at least it’ll be permanent. Jared finally got to work on shed, and he has a plan to resurrect it. It’s nice to see at least part of it upright. The mower is now in the shed, but covered with a tarp :). The kids were really good helpers. This gardening is good for them, I think. They are learning weeds from plants and…

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Itty Bitty City Hunt

The kids and I went downtown today to do the newspaper’s Itty Bitty City hunt. It was fun, but cost me $100! We ate in a sidewalk cafe and then found some bargains at a store that was going out of business. So the free family fun was anything but free. I don’t feel badly about it tho. The kids had a good time, and it is nice for them to see that they can have fun close to home. We are really in a perfect place, I think. We have mountains 2 hours away, beaches 2 hours away, the nation’s capital a hour and a half away, the state capital an hour away, malls within 25 minutes drive north…

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