Starsong (starsongky) wrote,
Starsong
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work avoidance theater

Only because I don't have the energy to be a chihuahua and wolf's not technically a dog...

What dog breed are you? I'm a Labrador Retriever! Find out at Dogster.com

Labrador Retriever
The Caretaker

Your family is what makes you tick, and you never "flea" from an opportunity to hang out with the whole gang. A family picnic complete with hot dogs, deviled eggs and a refreshing swim in the lake is hard for you to stray from. Your sparky temperament and dogged intelligence mean you are not only a blast to hang out with, but great to work with as well. Your close pals appreciate your patience and forgiveness, knowing you'd rather let sleeping dogs lie than dwell on the mishaps of the past. Your dashing good looks may one day lead to a modelling career, if only you can tame the unfortunate clumsiness that sometimes causes you to go flailing from the catwalk.

FAMOUS LABRADOR RETRIEVERS: Bill Cosby, Jackie Onassis, Dr. Phil, David Beckham

LIKELY PROFESSIONS: Doctor, Sales Executive, Teacher

Well, except for the "good looks" part it fits pretty well. roina_arwen had the same results, I believe.

And Sheri at The Loopy Ewe started a Three Things meme on her blog, two truths and a lie. Can you spot the fib?

Three things I spent an hour or more doing at work today:

  • Reading email & blogs
  • Playing Diner Dash 2
  • Knitting


I also received a gift of plants from a couple of ladies at work. They trimmed the hanging vines along the atrium balconies and gave me the cuttings. I put a couple of the smaller ones in glasses of water at work and will take the rest home, hopefully to sprout roots and get planted in a few weeks. The other lady in my office has one she started that way several years ago, growing down over the side of her bookcase.
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