Log in

No account? Create an account

Previous Entry | Next Entry

Priorities according to blog thangs

What's Important to You... And What Isn't:

For you, your career is usually your number one priority.

You find getting things done to be fairly satisfying. You like feeling accomplished.

Your most important priorities get your attention. You are happily able to let the less important things slide.

You want thinking to be a high priority, but you don't take enough time for yourself.

That is all.


( 9 whispered — Speak )
Apr. 29th, 2008 12:55 am (UTC)
I think it fits you :)
Apr. 29th, 2008 06:50 am (UTC)
Ja, for the most part ;-) :D
Apr. 29th, 2008 03:53 am (UTC)
Yup, that seems accurate.
Enjoy your LJ vacation?
Apr. 29th, 2008 06:51 am (UTC)
Mostly is... ;-)

I'm still vacationing. Saw this and couldn't resist. lol :D I'm more addicted to blog thangs than I am journaling. Sad, eh? :) It's good to see you take so much joy in gardening! I don't know that I'd be so happy to do what you do every day :)
Apr. 30th, 2008 05:06 am (UTC)
Well, it'd be a dull world if we all liked the same things! I don't have a proper job, as I'm a carer and have tinnitus as well, but my garden does give me good exercise and immense satisfaction. I love harvest time!
Apr. 30th, 2008 06:41 am (UTC)
I would /die/ if I had tinnitus!!! Sound is the most important sense to me. I have a few friends who have it, and all that cacophony would make me crazy.

I didn't know you were a care-giver (carer?) for anyone. I thought you had two grown kidlettes, and you were trying to get the last one to move out! lol...doh. How did I pick up on that?
Apr. 30th, 2008 07:53 am (UTC)
The tinnitus for me is a constant high whine. It's bearable, but I can't work any more as a legal secretary, as further transcription work could wreck my hearing completely.

I'm a carer for both my daughters - they're both young adults with Aspergers syndrome. They're very high-functioning, but can't cope with living completely independently.
May. 1st, 2008 06:37 pm (UTC)
Ohhhhhhh okay. I thought one of your daughters lived outside of the home, and you were trying to get the other to leave, too. Didn't realize there was a problem. I have a girl on my friend's list who has Asperger's too.
May. 2nd, 2008 01:59 am (UTC)
Well... we try to see it not so much as a problem, as a challenge and a slightly alternative lifestyle. They are both brilliant people, but do have a fairly low overload threshold when it comes to crowds, stupid people, telephones, interaction generally... it's like they're in a cocktail party with blindfold and earplugs, being expected to function with full senses and alertness to everything going on round them! Accommodations can be made in terms of their living arrangements - fortunately - but I do worry about their ability to get and keep suitable jobs. One daughter is currently away at college, but she'll likely come back and live at home again once she's graduated, because she wants work as an actress/singer/dancer, and we're very handy here for the West End of London.
( 9 whispered — Speak )


Creeping Through The Cellar Door
Stepparenting Column

Latest Month

February 2019


Here is Belladonna, the Lady of the Rocks,
The lady of situations.
Here is the man with three staves, and here the Wheel,
And here is the one-eyed merchant, and this card
Which is blank, is something that he carries on his back,
Which I am forbidden to see. I do not find
The Hanged Man. Fear death by water.
I see crowds of people, walking round in a ring.
Thank you. If you see dear Mrs. Equitone,
Tell her I bring the horoscope myself;

One must be so careful these days.

Page Summary

Powered by LiveJournal.com
Designed by Paulina Bozek