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2006-04-21 - 2:19 p.m.

Monday was Kynny's birthday. Always comforting that someone who acts so childish is still older than me, if only by a smidge. ;)

Tuesday was Freddy's birthday. Still haven't seen him to give him his present. Always comforting that someone who acts so childish is in fact younger than me. :D

Wednesday was my fabulous brother-in-law Clint's 40th birthday. I'm fairly certain he doesn't read this, and has been swamped by Furniture Market week, so I'm happy that my sister is throwing a surprise party for him tonight. That's awesome. I sent card and present intentionally late so he should receive them tomorrow after the shindig.

Thursday we eschewed music practice for a nice dinner out with Lisette before she has to leave for Florida for work for 4 months. So sad. But dinner at Baldwin Station in Sykesville was very fun, very tasty, and we got a room to ourselves all night, which was fun. Oh and the room had great acoustics for when we randomly broke into song. The chocolate cake for dessert was faboo, but the unexpected favorite of the night was the sticky-bun ice cream.

We also celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Laureling of the Angel of Death. Lisette had conspired with Bob and had a lovely framed set of pictures spanning the AoD's career. Twas beautifully done. There were tears all around the table, especially from the red heads.

It's almost official, Roxbury's Night on the Town made money. Actually pulled out a profit!!! $28, but profit is profit, considering the odds the event was up against. :)

Tonight and this weekend look to be relaxing, some cooking with Wendy and Tara tomorrow, hopefully some girlie movie watching, some sewing, and in general hanging out and staying inside away from the droopy weather predicted.

And now for some stoopid quizzes...
You are a Brainy Girl!
Whether you're an official student or a casual learner, you enjoy hitting the books.
You know a little bit about everything, and you're always dying to know more.
For a guy to win your heart, he's got to share some of your intellectual interests.
A awesome book collection of his own doesn't hurt either!

What Kind of Girl Are You?

Amazing praise considering the brainiacs I hang out with...
a Cowboy
You scored 3 Honor, 5 Justice, 9 Adventure, and 6 Individuality!
Well pardner, the thing that drives you is a sense of adventure. You're willing to play by the rules, but only so long as you've got open territory to cover and new frontiers to explore. You don't need much and you don't ask much.

Strap on your six gun and wear your Stetson proud. I think you'll do just fine

My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 2% on Ninjinuity
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You scored higher than 55% on Knightlyness
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You scored higher than 87% on Cowboiosity
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You scored higher than 56% on Piratical Bent
Link: The Cowboy-Ninja-Pirate-Knight Test written by fluffy71 on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

I agree with the Bookgirl that this test is obviously flawed. Hellooo... so Pirate! but I'll settle for the revolvers.

And Keilyn's pampered test:

(1) your own cell phone
(1) a television in your bedroom
() an iPod
(1) a photo printer (a color printer than can do photo quality with the right ink and paper...)
() your own phone line (Alan "owns" the house line, but I suspect that's not what they mean)
() TiVo or a generic digital video recorder
(1) high-speed internet access (i.e., not dialup)
() a surround sound system in bedroom
() DVD player in bedroom
(1) at least a hundred DVDs
(1) a childfree bathroom (in a child free house!)
(1) your own in-house office (with the game room...)
() a pool
() a guest house
(1) a game room (eh, alien bar counts, right?)
(1) a queen-size bed or larger
(1) a stocked bar (hell yeah!)
(1) a working dishwasher
() an icemaker
(1) a working washer and dryer
(1) more than 20 pairs of shoes (let's call it over 40)
() at least ten things from a designer store
(1) expensive sunglasses (they are RX, so by my definition...)
(1) framed original art
(1) Egyptian cotton sheets or towels
() a multi-speed bike (as if)
() a gym membership (no longer)
(1) large exercise equipment at home (hooray elliptical)
() your own set of golf clubs
(1) a pool table
() a tennis court
() local access to a lake, large pond, or the sea
() your own pair of skis (again, as if)
(1) enough camping gear for a weekend trip in an isolated area (depends on your definition of camping...)
() a boat (I wish)
() a jet ski
(1) a neighborhood committee membership (yes if this means home owner's association, no if this means community club)
() a beach house or a vacation house/cabin
() wealthy family members (wish I could count Willard. Can I?)
(1) two or more family cars (Crown Vic, Explorer, and F150)
(1) a walk-in closet or pantry
() landscaped yard (not so much..)
() a hammock
() a personal trainer
(1) good credit
() expensive jewelry
() a designer bag that required being on a waiting list to get (are you kidding me?)
() at least $100 cash in your possession right now
(1) more than two credit cards bearing your name
(1) a stock portfolio (does retirement stuff count?)
(1) a passport (that's expired...)
() a horse
() a trust fund (either for you or created by you)
() private medical insurance
(1) a college degree, and no outstanding student loans

Do you:
() shop for non-needed items for yourself (like clothes, jewelry, electronics) at least once a week (ONCE A WEEK!? Wait, Do books, CDs and DVDs fall in this category?)
() do your regular grocery shopping at high-end or specialty stores? (I'm assuming Giant doesn't count.)
() pay someone else to clean your house, do dishes, or launder your clothes (not counting dry-cleaning) (consider it from time to time)
(1) go on weekend mini-vacations (assuming events count)
() send dinners back with every flaw
() wear perfume or cologne (not body spray) (ah-choo)
() regularly get your hair styled or nails done in a salon (well, do you mean regularly every 6 weeks, or regularly every 6 months?)
() have a job but dont need the money (oh that wishing made it so)
() stay at home with little financial sacrifice
() pay someone else to cook your meals (hee, does take out count?)
() pay someone else to watch your children or walk your dogs
() regularly pay someone else to drive you, like taxis (even if I were rich, I'd still drive, I'd just have more cars!)
() expect a gift after you fight with your partner

Are you:
() an only child
() married/partnered to a wealthy person
() baffled/surprised when you don't get your way

Have you:
(1) been on a cruise
(1) traveled out of the country
() met a celebrity
(1) been to the Caribbean
(1) been to Europe
() been to Hawaii
(1) been to New York
() eaten at the space needle in Seattle
() been to the Mall of America
() been on the Eiffel tower in Paris
() been on the Statue of Liberty in New York
() moved more than three times because you wanted to
() dined with local political figures
() been to both the Atlantic coast and the Pacific coast

Did you:
() go to another country for your honeymoon
(1) hire a professional photographer for your wedding or party
(1) take riding or swimming lessons as a child (tennis lessons too, what a waste that was)
() attend private school
() have a Sweet 16 birthday party thrown for you (just a bunch of friends went to a movie...)

35, just about one third, and that makes me apparently slightly less decadent that K, or more so in the home and less so in the travel... Interesting.

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