Shabusen with Erin, Chris, and Darren: GOOD TIMES!
Told Chris about the funerals, and Joe wondered how the body could be kept that long - we probably don't want to discuss embalming fluid technology while we're eating! Mike jokingly thought that Joey could find a pirate or Johnny Depp on his Caribbean cruise, and I took a piece of chicken from Chris since he was holding it out on offer to the entire table. (Janette cheered me for that, haha - she also laughed at the number of things I was throwing to her on Facebook) Darren almost ordered 45 pieces of tofu - we definitely didn't need that much! Jon said that we should have invited Joyce to this lunch since she can outeat the guys at dim sum - SO TRUE! (Eric didn't know about it till last night!) Lucas and Tony showed up REALLY late because they'd gone to the wrong location downtown first! "So how long do we have to eat? An hour?" "NO! Fifteen minutes since it's last call! That's why we asked what you wanted to eat when you called us a million times for bus directions!" They even had leftovers from the other table! Nathan issued an open invite to the movie - not sure how many people took him up on it; I already told Eric that I might not be going. Chris and Darren were joking around with their friend Mel via phone - good times!
Mike told me that he'd come at my dad like a growling bear while he was answering the phone this morning - hahaha, Citrus gets to hassle him too these days as payback! Esther wondered to Lucas about his cousins - I know Joshua (who got married to a Mexican girl) and Caleb too! Financial advisors / godparents are cool, for sure - I love the color scheme downstairs at their house! Said hi to Angus (also saw Megan and Chung Ming) while going outside; someone asked him why it took him ten days to approve a trade request from the hockey pool. He'd been in Vegas, that's why! Discussed writing, Ireland, hockey, Robert Pickton, Christmas / Boxing Day shopping, the lack of snowplows in Richmond, the church cookbook recipes, making people look like idiots when telling them to do something to their ears, working on holidays, etc. It was a good lunch, for sure!
Steph remembers Elizabeth and her brother James - she and Karen Grace had skipped Fellowship once to watch THE EXORCIST at Silvercity once, and had seen me there waiting for Elizabeth with James. They'd had nightmares because of the demon-possessed girl, and vowed never to skip Fellowship again because they figured it was God punishing them! She said she was going to meet Kate for coffee - YAY! I still remember the time when Jon said that Kate voted Howie as the best-looking Backstreet Boy, hahaha. Kate didn't take very well to that, of course! Note to self: Get a solo picture with Chris or someone, tomorrow? Now, to do my Christmas cards! Sunday School breakfast tomorrow - YAY! Haha.
Just found out that, despite my stated earlier wish last week, grandma deaths DO come in threes. Or wait.. this is the fourth I've heard about, counting Joe W.'s grandma. Either way, this SUCKS! :(
Your Score: The Squirrel
You scored 69% domestic, 30% gregarious, 28% trickster, and 50% intellect!
Domestic, Solitary, Serious, Emotional: you are the Squirrel!
Squirrel people tend to be organized, thrifty, prepared for anything, slightly obsessive. Squirrel medicine teaches the benefit of good planning, looking towards the future, and conservation. The squirrel is a symbol of delayed gratification, resourcefulness, agility, and foresight.
This test categorized you based on four different axes of personality, which were then associated with a different animal. The four axes, as well as all possible results are explained below.
Wild / Domestic: This first axis categorizes you based on how much you are drawn to the outdoors, versus how much you are drawn to civilized situations. Domesticity has many shapes and forms, and varies from the joy of dolphins leaping next to a ship to the steadfast loyalty of a family dog.
Gregarious / Solitary: This axis measures how solitary you are. If you scored high, it means that you enjoy the company of other people, while a low score indicates that you prefer a more solitary lifestyle.
Trickster / Serious: This axis measures how well you line up with conventional trickster archetypes. People who fall into this archetype have a sense of humor and an excitable, highly chaotic streak. Scoring low doesn't mean that you don't have a sense of humor; it just means that you probably don't think dynamite is very funny.
Intellectual / Emotional: This last axis determines whether you are more emotional -- acting based on feelings and instinct, or rational and intellectual -- acting more on thought than on your gut feelings.
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Your Score: B
You scored 70% on Grammatical Propriety!
Hey, pretty good. However, let's see if we can do better on that next paper, OK?
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You scored 100 good speller!
I hope you scored well! If not, please make sure to use the dictionary at your own will. Grammar is a fundamental part of our culture, so don't screw it up!
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