Thursday, July 26, 2007


Okay, so this is the ideal me:

You Are Sunrise

You enjoy living a slow, fulfilling life. You enjoy living every moment, no matter how ordinary.
You are a person of reflection and meditation. You start and end every day by looking inward.
Caring and giving, you enjoy making people happy. You're often cooking for friends or buying them gifts.
All in all, you know how to love life for what it is - not for how it should be.

And this is what kind of slacker Blogthings thinks I am:

You Are 32% Slacker

You have a few slacker tendencies, but overall you tend not to slack.
You know how to relax when the time is right, but you aren't lazy!

But I know that today I am 100% slacker. They just had the wrong questions for it. The quiz was obviously directed to mid-20s, male slackers, not late-40s, mom slackers.

DS is leaving for camp Saturday. Our preparations consist of strewn clothing, some labeled, some not, some clean, some not (I know, ugh, but he's a 14-year-old boy and I want him to choose his clothes), a bag that we've half-packed and are going to have to unpack, because we didn't check for labels.

My kitchen is brimming with fresh vegetables from our farm CSA that need preserving, freezing or even cooking. Domino's, a la this hysterical post by Rebecca, seems way better to me right now. And I hate Domino's pizza.

I spent way too much time today looking for blog updates rather than dealing with home, hearth, packing, revisions or research.

I took an hour and a half nap.

I'd like to take another one.

I didn't shower until 4:30 p.m.

I wonder if this is just the day-after-my-Danish-son-leaves-Blues.


But I really should cook some of those vegetables.


Rebecca said...

sounds like the perfect day to me. I'm too scared to do that quiz in case it tells me what I already know...that I am indeed the biggest slacker in the universe.

and Thanks for the link!!

Anonymous said...

I'm a huge slacker. In fact, I am sitting here now in my pajamas. I haven't showered yet. And, I've only been up for three hours. It's 2:30 p.m.

In my defense, my husband is off today and spending time with Julia. We had a very late night last night.