Thursday, May 5, 2016

So when you've been tagged...

Do a little dance!  Because it's so much fun to be tagged!!

(And then get down to business, because coming up with answers to eleven questions is going to take you a LONG time...and you know it.)

Right.  Let's begin...

I was positively thrilled to be tagged for the Liebster Award by Blessing Counter over at her blog Counting Your Blessings One by One.  I've done this tag before, but there's no rule saying I can't do it again so...your point was? 

Anyway, thank you so much, Blessing!  I love being tagged!!  :D

The Rules: 
1. Link back to the person who tagged you
2. Answer the 11 questions
3. Tag 11 bloggers (and let them know you tagged them)
4. Ask them 11 questions

1. What is your personality type?

Well, actually, I have two personality types.  The first one is IEGP-T and the second one is EHFO-R. These stand for Irritable, Emotional, Grouchy, Pessimistic-Tired and Enthusiastic, Happy-go-lucky, Fun, Optimistic-RestedAnd as I'm usually in a state of tiredness...well, you can draw your own conclusions on that one.  :P

Okay, sorry.  That was a joke.  I just needed a little warm-up before I could seriously begin. 

I took the 16 Personalities test the other day and ended up with...*drum roll please*...ISFJ-T.  Translated: Introverted: 95%,  Observant: 72%,  (ahem.  Since when did the word "observant" start with an 'S'?) Feeling: 82%,  Judging: 58%,  Turbulent: 58%.  

I'm really horrible at answering questions for these sorts of things so I wouldn't be surprised if it was slightly off, but at the same time reading through the description of ISFJs it did seem to be pretty accurate to what I know of myself.  The name for this personality type (according to the 16 Personalities website) is "Defender" and that certainly seemed to fit me best.  Much better at any rate than some of the other options, such as "Executive", "Adventurer", "Commander" "Entertainer"...yeah, not me. 

Here's a couple parts of the description that stuck out to me as being particularly accurate (because I know you just really wanted to get all this detail, right?): 

1. Given how generous ISFJs are with their warm praise and support, it's not surprising that others enjoy their company enough to call them friends. The challenge is to be considered a friend back – people with the ISFJ personality type are shy and a little protective of themselves, but they also need to be able to connect on a deeper emotional level. It makes sense then that most of ISFJs' friends are made not by random encounters on a wild night out, but through comfortable and consistent contact, as in class or in the workplace where they have the time to get to know each other little by little.
(Ahem.  Yeah, I guess that's why I kind of fall flat on my face with shock when someone calls me friend.  I want friends, but I have a hard time believing that people really want to my friend.  Until I've spent a significant amount of consistent time with a person, and am really sure they care about me and will continue to care, I have a hard time calling them friend without feeling that I'm presuming upon the relationship.)

2. While perfectly capable in the workplace and among friends, ISFJs' true passions lie in taking care of their families, from playing with their children to the mundane needs of the household, efforts ISFJs are only too happy to contribute.
(Totally me.  Don't give me careers, don't give me friends, but I could not live without family.  No.  Life would be a blank to me.)

Sorry that was a horrendously long answer to such a simple question. 

You can wake up now.  I'm done.

"Oh really?  Good."

2. What part of writing a blog post takes the longest for you? (writing, pictures, links, etc)

Probably the writing part of it.  I'm a perfectionist and edit my writing painstakingly before I publish it.  (And even after I publish it, believe it or not.  Actually, there have been very few posts which I have not gone back and made changes to after I hit the publish button.  Does anyone else do that?)  However, now that I think about it, pictures take up a lot of time, too, simply because it's really hard to find the right ones.   So...maybe a little of both?

3. Your favourite song from this week?

Oh, dear.  I don't  know.  I haven't listened to a whole lot of music this week...

Alright, I just finished listening to a of couple songs.  I choose this one. 

By Andrew Culverwell

4. Has spring arrived for you yet? 

Uh, yes, I think it has (as I sit here with a blanket around my shoulders).  Well, but it was here the other day.  I know it was.  :)

5. Tea and toast or a bowl of cereal for breakfast? 

Seeing that I don't drink much tea I guess I'll go with a bowl of cereal.  But it must be the right kind of cereal, because if it's the wrong kind...well, that'd just be wrong.  You know?

6. Favourite singer?

Andrew Culverwell, hands down.  Oh!  And Keith Greene, too.  Both excellent singers.  (And yes, I know.  I'm really up with the times.  ;))
7. What is one of the wildest, most beautiful dreams you've ever had? (can be either a daydream or a ... night dream. *crickets chirping* Is there such a thing as a night dream? )

Hmmm.  This is a hard one.  Let me think.  

Think, think.  Think, think.

Think, brain, THINK!

Nope.  Brain ain't thinkin'. 

Alright, wait a second!  I've got something.  One of the wildest, most beautiful dreams I've ever had (and this would be a daydream) is the dream of one day being in my own home, with a  loving husband--who I adore being with--and half a dozen little kids running about my immaculately clean, well-ordered household.  Oh, and a baby, too.  Mustn't forget the baby.  :)

8. Playing the piano or running outside with a cool summer's breeze blowing in your face? 

Oh dear.  Both sound so good.  I guess I'll have to go with the piano, though, since I play that more than I go outside.  (And besides, as a general rule, I don't run.  I walk.  Ha!)

9. Favourite author? (or if it'll make it easier, favourite book? ;)

Are you kidding me?  How in the world am I supposed to choose a favorite author?!!  This is torture!  (And no, choosing a favorite book doesn't make it any easier.  The idea.  ;))  Okay, I'll just mention one favorite author from among the many, and that would be Jane Austen.  I love her books.
10. Emails or letters? 

In theory, letters.  They're more old-fashioned and I love getting them in the mail.  However, looking at it from a practical standpoint, I'd have to say I like e-mails best, simply because I type much better than I write; and writing a letter becomes a very tedious process with all the scribbling and re-workings I end up doing.  (Ugh.)

11. Do you like collecting things? And if yes, what?

No, not particularly.  I'm not much of a collector.  I prefer to get rid of things, actually.  Haha.  Unless, of course, you want to count those little balls of cotton yarn I pick up every now and then at the craft store.  I buy them, not because I have a specific project to work on, but because they come in all manner of lovely and delicious colors and I just can't pass them up.  One can always use more dishcloths, right? 

Hey, wait!  Don't go back to sleep!  I know this is very long and all that, but there are still two more movements...*ahem* rules.  You know what I mean.  I've still got to come up with eleven questions and tag eleven people!   There is still much work to be done! 

Alright, fine.  Go ahead and sleep.  Anyway, you've got time.  It's going to take me a while to think up eleven questions. 

*And once again the masterful brain sets to work. Think, think. Think, think...*

*...Many hours later, on the afternoon of the following day...*

Whew!  I'm back!  Finally.  I was having difficulty coming up with all the questions yesterday, so I decided to sleep on it.  (A decision which Pooh heartily supported.)  However, I've got the questions now, so if you don't want to miss this exciting moment, Pooh, you'd better wake up!  You had the whole night to sleep anyway.  (Don't ask me why I'm talking to Pooh Bear.  I'm crazy, I know.) 

"Are you finished with this post yet?"  Almost. I just have to list the questions and then tag eleven people.  "Oh, that's right.  Well, let's hurry it up, shall we?  I'd like to do something other than sleep today."   -Sigh-

I decided to follow Blessings' example and keep the first question, but as to the rest, they are all my own. 


1. What is your personality type?
2. What is one of your newest favorite movies? (As in one that you recently found, not necessarily a newly made film.)
3. Have you ever been prejudiced against a certain movie before watching it, but then after seeing it decided it wasn't so bad?  What movie was it?
4. If you could meet any author in person, who would it be?
5. How many siblings do you have, and where do you fall in the lineup?  (Sorry if that's a rather nosey question.  You may answer it or not as you so choose.)
6. If you could be related to any fictional character (from a movie or a book), who would it be and what relation would they be to you?
7.  What is your favorite household chore, and what is your worst?
8.  Anne and Diana (from Anne of Green Gables) are a classic example of best friends.  Do you have a best friend, and if so which one of you is more like Anne and which is more like Diana?
9. What was one of the first chapter books you ever read?  (You know, the one that made you feel so proud because you were reading a "big kids' book"!)
10. What is one of the yummiest, most delicious desserts you can think of at the present moment?
11.  If you could be a character in one of your favorite movies, which movie would it be and which character would you choose?

And I tag:

The Girl with the Gold Pen
Rosie McCann
Miss Meg
(For those of you who don't have blogs, you can answer in the comments if you like.)

Oh, and if there's anyone else who would like to complete this tag, please do!  Because I'd love to read your answers! 

"A-hem."  Yes, Rabbit?  "You just tagged thirteen people."  I did?  Oh.  Oops.  You're right.  Well, never mind.  No one said we had to follow the rules exactly.


And when you've FINALLY finished your tag, rejoice with your readers and do a little dance...

...because this post was MUCH too long in the design. 

(And that is TOO true!  Sorry, people.  This really was very long.  I hope you managed to survive it.)


  1. This looks wonderful! Thanks so much for tagging me, Miss March! It gave me quite a thrill to get tagged in something! I will definitely do it; I was just trying to come up with post ideas as it's been a few days, so this is great! :)

    1. You're welcome, Rae! Oh, I know. Isn't it fun? I know I was extremely excited when I got my first tag! :D Oh, good. I'm glad it came at a good time for you. :)

  2. This was delightful! :D Thank you dear for tagging me!

    1. Thanks, Evie! :) And you're welcome. Can't wait to read your answers!

    2. No worries! :D I'm actually doing the post now!

    3. Oh, goody! I'm looking forward to seeing what answers you come up with! :D

  3. LOL. The Pooh stuff made me chuckle. Nice!

    1. Haha. Oh, I'm glad! I love to make people laugh! :)

  4. Thanks for doing the tag, Miss March! I loved your answers, and the Pooh Bear references and pictures made everything even funnier! :D
    The details into your personality were so much fun to read! I agree about the friends. It's never a BOOM, Hi Friend! kind of thing. For me, getting to know the person first is really important :)
    Your dream is so delightful! And yes, the baby is sooo very important! :D
    Apologies for such a torturous question; I can be very evil sometimes ;)
    Oh yes! More dishcloths are wonderful! It's perfectly astounding how many dishcloths we go through in a week. We either have an abnormal amount of dishes or there are too many people throwing cloths into the laundry hamper. (kinda like a case of too many cooks :P)
    Thanks again, Miss March! I really enjoyed this post! :D (just like I do with ALL your posts ;)

    1. Thank YOU, Blessing, for tagging me! It was loads of fun! :D Haha. I'm glad you found the Pooh Bear references funny. (Sometimes I'm afraid my humor is a little on the ridiculous side, so it's a relief to know someone actually found it amusing. :))
      Yes, exactly. I guess I have a rather high standard of what a "friend" should be, and it's a whole lot more than a mere acquaintance.
      Oh, it is! Life is so much better with a baby in the house! :)
      Haha. Yes, it was terribly evil of you, but I think I can find it in my heart to forgive you. ;)
      *chuckle* Do have people who throw dishcloths into the laundry hamper before they're actually dirty? Because I've been noticing that with dusting rags lately. I'll find perfectly clean dusting rags lying tossed in with the dirty ones! *Ahem* It annoys me just a little bit, because there's no point in doing unnecessary laundry! We have enough just with the necessary stuff! Haha.
      Oh, I'm so glad!! Thanks, Blessing! :D

    2. Haha, YES, there are clean dishcloths in our laundry hamper too! My youngest brother, Toblerone, sees everyone else throwing dirty ones away and thinks that he ought to do it too. So in they go, clean or dirty ;)

    3. Haha! Kids are so funny! :D

  5. Thank you for tagging me; I'm honored! :) And I can't believe I wasn't following your blog! For some reason unbeknownst to this crazy head of mine, I thought you didn't have one! This problem has been quickly remedied. :) And I love your header; it's so pretty!
    And you're so right about spring. It's been so fickle this year!

    1. Aww. Thank you, Abby! I'm so happy to have you as one of my followers! I've actually been following your blog, too, but just haven't made it public yet. I guess I should go do that. *goes and does it* There. That's better. :)
      I'm glad you approve of my header! :)
      And oh, yes. It certainly is. Spring, spring. Where ARE you?

      I'm looking forward to reading your answers to the tag! :D

  6. Yaysies! I got tagged! *does happy dance*

    1. What is your personality type? I'm an INTJ, which is rare for a girl, but there it is, don't you know. It basically means that I'm a self-assured mastermind who doesn't do emotion. :P Here's a link if you want to read more about this type: []
    2. What is one of your newest favorite movies? (As in one that you recently found, not necessarily a newly made film.) Hmmm . . . well, I recently watched "My Date With The President's Daughter" and laughed a lot. It's really ridiculous but I was tired, and so I enjoyed it :)
    3. Have you ever been prejudiced against a certain movie before watching it, but then after seeing it decided it wasn't so bad? What movie was it? I can't think of any movie that I "prejudged". I tend to watch the movie before making any statements.
    4. If you could meet any author in person, who would it be? - Gosh. I dunno. Probably C.S. Lewis or G.K. Chesterton or Jane Austen. Of course, like Naomi said, if I met Jane Austen I then could brag all over the place about it :P
    5. How many siblings do you have, and where do you fall in the lineup? (Sorry if that's a rather nosey question. You may answer it or not as you so choose.) I have seven siblings, and am the third in line. I have an older brother and an older sister.
    6. If you could be related to any fictional character (from a movie or a book), who would it be and what relation would they be to you? I think Roy Lee from October Sky would be a really cool brother :)
    7. What is your favorite household chore, and what is your worst? I love vacuuming. And drying dishes is tough when I'm tired at night, since we have so many people and so many dishes.
    8. Anne and Diana (from Anne of Green Gables) are a classic example of best friends. Do you have a best friend, and if so which one of you is more like Anne and which is more like Diana? My older sister is my best friend. Neither of us is really like Anne or Diana, frankly. Sorry 'bout that :D
    9. What was one of the first chapter books you ever read? (You know, the one that made you feel so proud because you were reading a "big kids' book"!) I think it was The Kid Who Only Hit Homers by Matt Christopher. It was one of the books that I read with Dad, in the evenings, a chapter at a time.
    10. What is one of the yummiest, most delicious desserts you can think of at the present moment? Mom's strawberry shortcake. TO DIE FOR, peoples :P
    11. If you could be a character in one of your favorite movies, which movie would it be and which character would you choose? I guessing this is assuming I can actually act. If that's the case, then I would love to be Elinor in Sense and Sensibility. She and I have a lot in common :)

    Thank you, Miss March! That was a lot of fun!

    1. Thanks for doing the tag, Rosie! I loved reading your answers! :D

      1. "It basically means that I'm a self-assured mastermind who doesn't do emotion. :P" Haha. That made me smile.
      2. It's amazing how funny a ridiculous movie can be when you're tired. ;) Some ridiculous movies are good, though. I've never seen "My Date With The President's Daughter". Is it a newer film?
      7. Oh! I love vacuuming, too!! And yes! I hear you about all the dishes. Personally, I prefer to wash rather than dry.
      8. Haha. No problem. ;) Best friends certainly don't always come in an "Anne and Diana" package. (I love that your sister is your best friend. My sisters are my best friends, too.)
      10. Ooh! Sounds delicious! I love strawberry shortcake.
      11. Haha. Of course! I wouldn't throw you into a movie unprepared. ;) Aww. Elinor. She's such a dear character. (Is she the Jane Austen heroine that you relate to the most, do you think?)

      Oh, you're welcome! And THANK YOU, Rosie! It was so much fun having you join in on this!! :D

  7. Hi, I found your blog through Olivia's (Meanwhile in Rivendell). You have a lovely site : )

    1. Thanks, Ivy Miranda! It's so good to meet you! :D I don't know if I've ever seen your blog before. I'm going to have to check it out.

  8. Whaddaya know? I'm an ISFJ too!

    All the Pooh pictures were great fun :-)

    1. Really? COOL! :D

      I'm glad you think so. :)

  9. Oh, tags and Winnie the Pooh pictures - what more could you want?! ;)

    Thanks for tagging me! :D It tickled me greatly to see my name up there. But let me comment on some of YOUR answers, before I begin mine.

    Haha, you had me scratching my head thinking, "IEGP-T and EHFO-R... never heard of those before!" That's just like you. ;D (Have I ever mentioned I LOVE your sense of humour? Well, I do.) I think personality types are FASCINATING, so I loved reading about yours. :)

    Ah! Keith Greene - I know him. ;) His Egyptian song cracks me up.

    Your dream sounds an awful lot like mine does! (And definitely MUSTN'T forget the baby!)

    Okay, here come my answers! *cracks knuckles* Let's begin!

    1. What is my personality type? Well, I still haven't found my "perfect match" for myself, even though I've taken those tests lots (it really DOES depend on your mood sometimes!), but I've only ever gotten two answers: an ENFJ and an ESFJ. Especially the former one - and I think I 'click' with that one slightly more. So, my word that sums me up (apparently) is 'giver' or 'caregiver'! When I think about it, in a broad term, I think that's quite true - I LOVE to help people, to make a difference, to make them feel special... I can hardly ever say no to volunteering things when people ask for it. So I guess, yes, 'giver' could describe me quite well. Also, you're an ISFJ and I'm an ENFJ/ESFJ which basically means I'm hugely similar to you, only I'm an extrovert! No wonder we keep on finding ourselves being so similar! Ha! :D
    2. What is one of my newest favorite movies? Hmm... well, I haven't actually watched a NEW movie for a good while now, so my 'recently' may be within the last couple months... that would be "The Book Thief" or "Belle", I reckon! I FINALLY got to watch them two, and they didn't disappoint me in the least. :)
    3. Have I ever been prejudiced against a certain movie before watching it, but then after seeing it decided it wasn't so bad? What movie was it? Yes, that's happened on many occasions and I've felt so silly afterwards. :P Well, ONE of them was "The Bourne Identity" - we were GOING to watch Star Wars, and we were just about to put it on when my eldest brother was like, "hey, a Bourne movie is on! Apparently they're good - let's watch it!" I was whining about we'd already chosen and how I felt like watching Star Wars but we DID watch the Bourne movie and now it's one of my favourite movies. :P
    4. If I could meet any author in person, who would it be? That's HARD! I think I'd choose L.M. Montgomery, because she HAS to be pretty special, if she made up such an incredible character like Anne Shirley. ;)
    5. How many siblings do I have, and where do I fall in the lineup? I have five other siblings, and I am number four in the lengthy list of children. (Knowing how large your family is, it's probably not so big, but we get funny stares and comments all the time!) I have 2 elder sisters and 1 elder brother. :)
    6. If I could be related to any fictional character (from a movie or a book), who would it be and what relation would they be to me? Haha, can I have Gilbert Blythe as my husband? (That's a RELATION, right? ;P) Somehow I don't think that counts... well, I'd like to have Pippin as my cousin. That would be MOST entertaining. We'd have such frolics!

    (Okay, this'll be a double comment...)

    1. *Squeals of delight!* Oooh! Two comments from Miss Meg! Yippee!! :D

      You're so welcome, my dear. I LOVED reading your answers! Thanks for taking the time to do this.

      Aw-shucks. I'm so glad you find my humor to be humorous. That's a great relief to hear you say so, because I'm often in doubt as to whether it's truly funny or not. Heehee. ;) THANK YOU!

      Oh! You know Keith Green! How fun. (Haha. I just realized I spelled his name wrong in my post. Green doesn't have an e on the end after all. Oops.) Yes, the Egyptian song. Haha! :D

      1. Well, it seems a personality test is a very tricky sort of thing. Some of the other girls were saying how it didn't quite work for them either. :P Aww. But that's so cool that our results were so similar! Yes, indeed. That may very well explain why we find it so easy to relate to each other in so many different ways. :)

      2. I'd like to see Belle sometime.

      3. Haha. I love that little story about the Star Wars and The Bourne Identity. I can so feel your frustration over the movie being switched on you...and yes then having to admit in the end that the other movie was actually pretty good. Haha! How many times have I done that??

      5. Yeah, five may seem rather small to me, but in this day and age it really would be considered a large family when most everyone else is only having one or two kids. My dad came from a family of five.

      6. *chuckle* Gilbert Blythe as your husband. (Sorry, I just couldn't help smiling over that one!) But I perfectly understand what you mean! Gilbert is such a dear, sweet character. And he really would make an excellent husband. Too bad we can't all have him. ;) Awwww. I like your second choice, too. PIPPIN!! Yes! He would be awesome to have as a cousin. You could have a lot of laughs with him. And yes, frolics. (I love that word, by the way!)

      Okay, I'm going to reply to your second comment as soon as I can...but first I need to go mop the kitchen floor. (Fun, fun!! ;))

  10. 7. What is my favorite household chore, and what is my worst? I'm not normally one for CHORES (as in, having favourites :P) but if you count cooking dinner a chore, definitely that! Also ironing, because it means that I get to watch a movie. :D (It also sadly works the other way round - if you watch TV/a movie, you iron. *sigh*) My least favourite chore would be cleaning the bathroom and washing dishes...
    8. Do I have a best friend, and if so which one of us is more like Anne and which is more like Diana? Well, not really. I don't exactly support the whole idea of 'best friends' (there ARE exceptions, though) because I like to treat all my friends as EQUALS! Each of my friends are special and unique in their own way, and I love and cherish them all so dearly! I can't really answer the other question, except that for me personally, I think I'm more like Anne than Diana. ;) (Everyone says that answer, hehe.)
    9. What was one of the first chapter books I ever read? Wow... I really can't remember that far back. I can't be bothered to think very hard, so I'll just say one of the first ones that pop into my head - "The Boxcar Children". They weren't the FIRST ones I read (I read so much when I was little!) but I got started on them pretty early... I loved those stories to pieces. :) I could never stop staring at the pretty front covers and pictures...
    10. What is one of the yummiest, most delicious desserts I can think of at the present moment? That's easy! I can think of 10 in a wink! ;) (I LOVE my desserts. Hehe.) One of my favourite desserts is definitely chocolate mousse, and that's in a tie with peppermint ice cream and white chocolate no-bake cheesecake. YUUUMMM...
    11. If I could be a character in one of my favorite movies, which movie would it be and which character would I choose? Oh my, what an interesting question! SO many ones I could choose... Anne Shirley would be a big one, but I think I'd rather be more creative... perhaps Cinderella? She does have it hard at first, but she gets to go to a ball and wear the most amazing dress and marry the dashing prince and live happily ever after! ;)

    Thanks for the tag, Miss March! I had great fun filling it out. Hopefully it was amusing to you, too. ;)

    ~Miss Meg

    1. Alright, I'm back! The dreaded chore is over. Haha. Actually, I don't mind mopping, I rather enjoy it. Gives me a sore arm, though! :)

      Speaking of chores, that brings me to your next answer...

      7. Yes, indeed. Cooking dinner definitely counts. And did you say ironing? Ohh! I like ironing. Only, I don't get to watch movies when I iron. :( Not fair. (haha) I hear you about the bathroom. That is definitely not one of the chores I would jump at the chance of doing. Washing dishes is more my thing, though.

      8. Haha. Yeah, I noticed. There seem to be a lot more Annes than Dianas around here. ;) I like what you said about treating all your friends as equals. That's really sweet. I wouldn't mind having a best friend, but I certainly wouldn't want my other friends to feel left out or not as important. (Not that I have any friends who WOULD feel left out because at this point I don't actually have any friends. Haha. But if I did...) (Oh, and of course I'm not talking about my siblings and my blogging friends. When you consider them then I have a lot of friends. :))

      9. I used to read the Boxcar Children, too! I always really liked the first one because of how they made a home out of practically nothing, finding all sorts of treasures in the junk yard and making their little boxcar into a cozy place to live. :) That always gave me a thrill.

      10. Me, too! Haha. Actually, I probably like my desserts TOO much! ;)

      11. Oh Cinderella would be a lot of fun to play. You can do all the sad tragic scenes, but also the enormously happy ones. And, yes! THAT DRESS! And the Prince!! Those certainly aren't marks in her disfavor.

      You're so welcome! And thank YOU. It certainly was amusing to me. I enjoyed it very much indeed! :D

      ~Miss March

  11. Awww! Thanks for tagging me. :)
    I finally made a blog, so I'll be posting my answers soon!!

    1. You made a blog? Oh my goodness! I'm SO excited!!! And yeah, I just checked it out and it looks great. I want to say more, but I'll save that for a comment on your blog. ;) (And just so you know, I would comment right now, but I think I'm supposed to be downstairs helping to make, yeah, I don't quite have time at the moment. Hopefully soon!!) Welcome to the blogging world! I'm super happy that you decided to make your own blog! :D

  12. Thank you so much for nominating me!! I just finished my post, and I took waaaaaaaay too long about it, but ah well :D

    The going back and making changes after hitting 'publish'--GURL YES. Quite a lot ;)

    Can I just say, I relate to feeling like you're presuming on the relationship, but I really really really want to be friends with you--like, as I've already told you, your friendship means SO MUCH to me…yeah :) It really does.

    Haha, your answer to #6 ;D

    All these Winnie-the-Pooh pictures make me happy :D

    1. You're welcome, Olivia! And no worries. You didn't take too long about it. There was no deadline or anything. :P

      Haha. You, too? Well, then you understand how that is. ;)

      Aww. Thank you so much, Olivia. I can't tell you how happy it makes me to hear you say that! You're such a sweet friend. (By the way, would you like to exchange e-mails sometime? Because I'd love to write to you and get to know you better. But only if you want to. No pressure of course. :))

      Thank you so much for your comment, dear. It made me very, very happy!! :D

  13. I USUALLY COME OUT AS AN ISFJ TOO!!-high five- This is why we get along so well. ;)
    Part of me thinks I have a little bit of INTJ in me too, though.

    Aww, Miss March! You certainly do have people who want to be your friends! I know what you mean about taking a long time to really get to know people and have them get to know you. :)

    Haha, don't worry I've edited posts after they're published too. ;)

    Awww, your dream is so perfect! I approve. :)

    I tend to be a sentimental person who keeps the most ridiculous things, but I also love getting rid of things....keeping my room clear of junk or things I don't use is definitely a good feeling. :)

    Haha, you can never have too many dishcloths, indeed. "I suppose it would be impossible to keep house with only 36 dishcloths." ;)

    All the Pooh pictures are darling!!

    1. Oh! That is so cool! -high five- I wondered if you might be an ISFJ. :) I get what you mean about feeling that you might be a bit of a INTJ, too, though. I'm sure it's entirely possible to be a bit of each, because it makes sense that we wouldn't fit perfectly into any one category. People are a lot more complicated and diverse than that. :)

      Aww, Natalie. THANK YOU. You're so sweet. :)

      Haha. You do it, too? How funny. Well, I guess I'm not as weird as I thought then. ;)

      Oh, that quote of Diana's was perfect! Very well put, my dear. :D

    2. Oh, you thought that? How cool! And, yes, exactly. :) Although, it is pretty amazing that some people can fit inside these "personality" types-and yet each of them is still utterly unique and different!

      Haha, thanks! And yes, indeed. Not weird at all.

      Heehee, glad you enjoyed that. ;)

    3. Oh, I agree. It's amazing how similar people can be while at the same time being so VERY different. :)

  14. And, oh yes, again, thanks so much for tagging me...and thanks for understanding that I'm going to skip it this time. :( Sorry!!

    1. Oh, of course!! And DON'T be sorry. There's absolutely nothing to be sorry about. :P I totally understand. :)

  15. This is such great answers!

    1. I relate to that - my personality often depends on how much sleep I got the night before;)
    4. As I sit here with a blanket around my shoulders - that's what I'm doing now! Though it is something one can do no matter the season.

    I loved the Winnie The Pooh theme:)
    And, no, your posts are never too long:)

    Thanks for tagging me! I will answer it when I have read the questions 3 times, spent days formulating the answers and finally finding time to write it down;) I take my tags very seriously!

    1. 1. I know, right? Sleep definitely has an effect on those sorts of things. ;)
      4. Haha. That's so funny that you were sitting with a blanket around our shoulders, too. Great minds think a like. :) By the way, what season is it now where you live?

      Oh my! That's SO like me. I take a long time with tags, too. :D

    2. It's spring where I live - with actual spring weather at the moment (spring never ceases to amaze me). But the Danish weather is never too hot for blankets;)
      How is the climate where you live?

      It's so nice to have someone understand all the processes I go through when writing. It gives me an illusion of being normal;)

    3. Hmmm...I'm not sure how to describe it, really. We get all four seasons (for which I am very grateful because I love the changing seasons), and for the most part the weather is pretty mild, nothing too extreme either in the cold months or the hot months. Sort of middling, I guess you could say. :)

      Haha! So true. ;)

  16. Lovely post. Can I join? May I post these answers on my blog?

    1. Oh, please do!! I'd LOVE to read your answers! :D