Saturday, June 28, 2008

The Shoe That Fits

Okay, there is nothing deep, revelatory, or substantial about this. In fact, it's pretty shallow.

I visited Linda, who is exhausted and had a Thinga Ma Jig on her site. I followed the Thinga Ma Jig and then did another one and ended up finding out what kind of shoe I am. Told you it was shallow. Still, I'm posting it cause I like what it said. It says I'm real as it gets. Well folks after 3 weeks of bronchitis and an emergency trip to the after hours clinic because my 8-year was a steamy 104+ (ear infection and strep) last night, I really like mindless. So here you go.

The shoe that fits:

You Are Bare Feet
You are a true free spirit, and you can't be tied down.
Even wearing shoes can be a little too constraining for you at times!

You are very comfortable in your own skin.
You are one of the most real people around. You don't have anything to hide.

Open and accepting, you are willing to discuss or entertain almost any topic.
You are a very tolerant person. You are accepting and not judgmental.

You should live: Somewhere warm

You should work: At your own business, where you can set the rules

What Kind of Shoe are You?


Robin said...

Jerri we wear the same shoes :)

Jan Parrish said...

I went a little nuts and posted all sorts of these on my blog.

Marina said...

Ihave taken these test before and I did it again and the same answer came out I am a Loafers.marina



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