I'm tempted to get that for my sister-in-law (B), just to see the "WTF?" look on her face.
Write the first sentence(s) from the first entry of every month.
January: Dear QAGoddess, I wicked hate your job. And I'm not very good at it.
February: In my Monday post I mentioned this brilliant idea for a garnet and mother of pearl heart necklace.
March: So after a couple of days of not seeing the BEF in my dreams, he reappeared last night.
April: I can't help thinking what a difference a week makes.
May: Sorry for the flashback. I don't know where Sunday's post went, but clearly that wasn't it.
June: It's a quiz, and I cut it only to keep Brian contented
July:I was having a somewhat grouchy day yesterday. No good reason why except maybe the heat. I don't do so good in the heat.
August: I know life isn't a series of absolutes, but I got to thinking yesterday the usual "what if" question.
September: Things that make this day rock.
October: A parable: The king decided one day that he wanted to see his old friend and loyalsubject so he sent a message to his friend, inviting him to the palace.
November: Nat had a bad day yesterday.
December: It's never good news when the phone rings before 10:00.
<tr><td align="center">Scumbag- ENFP
53% Extraversion, 73% Intuition, 46% Thinking, 46% Judging </td> </tr> <tr> <td> I have a feeling you're not going to like this much. Do I care? No. How do I know? It's because you hate criticism. You love to be loved and you'll do anything to be accepted.
Unfortunately for you, I can see right through your insincere compliments and over-the-top greetings. No matter what you do, I'll always hate you for what you are. An arrogant, unstable, overly enthusiastic scumbag.
I bet you're pretty proud of your accomplishments, huh? You seem to achieve at whatever you put your little mind too. Trust me. Nobody likes the person who is good at everything. NOBODY LIKES YOU.
This might also have something to do with the fact that you're a cheating machine. You're just not the type of person to make long-term commitments. You enjoy seeing "what could be", rather than being satisfied with "what is." This, of course, means you often leave others in the dust while you seek out another lover.
Well, at least you're not the one left in the dust.
Unfortunately, when you're the one lying in the gutter with a bloody knife in your back, you might think differently.</td></tr>
Hee hee hee.
I'm officially caught up on LJ. If you think I'm missing something important at this point, it's because I missed it. Sorry about that. Feel free to catch me up.