|You Are a Practical Realist|
|You are a bit tentative when it comes to new experiences. You have to push yourself to try new things, but once you do, you love the adventure.
You like to think that people see you as dramatic and fascinating. You do your best to seem mysterious.
You are a very realistic person. You see the world as it is, flaws and all.
Right now, stress occasionally makes you feel trapped in your life. You usually have a clear perspective on things though!
Overall, your life is very peaceful – if not a little solitary. Much of what goes on goes on in your head.
You feel like the fate of the future partially rests in your hands. You believe you need to help make the world a better place.
Went Christmas shopping with my mom today, because I desperately needed jeans, and I’m impossible to fit. It’s so much fun shopping for pants when your wasit is a size 5 and your ass is a size 10. (you think I’m kidding…)
And for all of you who have this image of me as small and tiny…I got stuck in a shirt today. Stuck. Not “oh, I’ll wiggle around for a while and it’ll come off” stuck; I actually needed a second person (thank you, Mom!!) to extract me from this thing. (This particular fabric had no give in any direction.) I don’t know what I would have done if I’d been alone – it was seriously like wearing a hungry squid.
But I now own more than one pair of jeans (I’m up to two, oooh!), and lots of other spiffy clothes I can’t wait to show off in London. (Should you worry for the fullness of my suitcase, every item I bought was strategically picked to match at least two other items. They were also all on sale. I don’t like to shop often, but I when I do, I do it well, for I have been gifted with the gene of Bargain Hunting.) And, because she was buying, and because neither of us will ever find turquoise strappy heels for under $20 again in life, my mom talked me into said shoes because they matched a turquoise satin top I’d picked out. (and, as I discovered later, and old prom/recital dress). At some point in the past three years, I have developed a fashion sense.
…..aaand that was quite possibly the most stereotypically girly thing I’ve ever ever written. Wow. I think I shall go…burp or something.