Thursday, December 08, 2005

Secret Pal Revealed!

Now is the time to reveal who my Secret Pal is. Amy, of Knit Think blog, has been spoiling me rotten since September (it was September we started this wasn't it?!). Amy's been a FAB pal, you've seen the contents of parcel one and parcel two. Parcel three is sitting here waiting for Christmas so I can upwrap it. I've really enjoyed all the items sent as it's all been stuff I wouldn't have been able to get over here (Amy's in the US). I've also really enjoyed the email chats that have been going on and the things I've found out (like why Thanksgiving is Thanksgiving!). Amy obviously put LOADS of time and effort into thinking of things I'd like and then finding them!

Anyway, thank you Amy, you're a great Secret Pal!!


On a completely different topic, I still have tonsillitis (nearly three weeks now!) and have finally been to the doctor to acquire some antibiotics. He did mention that, as I seem to be getting this with some regularity, I could be eligible for a tonsillectomy. My first thought was - I wonder how much time I'd have off work for a tonsillectomy (= how much knitting time would I gain?). Perhaps this is a little obsessive of me?...







You Have a Phlegmatic Temperament

Mild mannered and laid back, you take life at a slow pace.
You are very consistent - both in emotions and actions.
You tend to absorb set backs easily. You are cool and collected.

It is difficult to offend you. You can remain composed and unemotional.
You are a great friend and lover. You don't demand much of others.
While you are quiet, you have a subtle wit that your friends know well.

At your worst, you are lazy and unwilling to work at anything.
You often get stuck in a rut, without aspirations or dreams.
You can get too dependent on others, setting yourself up for abandonment.


You Are Not Scary

Everyone loves you. Isn't that sweet?

3 comments:

Anne said...

Sheesh! 3 weeks with tonsillitis - not funny, not funny at all. (Your reaction to a possible tonsillectomy is funny though - mind you, I'm the same: being ill=time to knit!)

Get well (I'm sure chocolate would be good for it...)

Annarella said...

Hi, hope you're feeling a little better.

I used to get tonsillitis all the time with very high temperature and the only cure would be extremely painful penicilin injections twice a day. Then thank God it sort of stopped on its own.

Have a great Wunday :)xxx

happyspider said...

aaw feel better soon.
you know, i always suspected you were not scary :p