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Ten on Tuesday

The theme for Ten on Tuesday this week is 10 Words People Would Use to Describe You.  I decided to go with nouns and I couldn’t believe how easy and fast this was.

1. Wife

2. Mother

3. Librarian

4. Knitter

5. Spinner

6. Photographer

7. Friend

8. Cook

9.  Organizer

10. Writer

How about you?  How would someone describe you?

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  1. Wife, mother, friend, knitter, listener, advisor, go to gal, dog-walker, mentor, home-maker (in the sense of making our house a home). Thanks for the excercise…it’s good to think of the things we are and Can do, rather than any negatives!

  2. Gee Carole, I guess humble would be on my list for you; I think I could come up with 10 words to describe you that might include great, fun, considerate, compassionate, generous, honest, endearing (okay I may be mixing the verbs and nouns). As for myself hummmm…..

  3. Funny, I started thinking about that list and had a hard time because I was thinking in term of verbs. Yours is a great list.

  4. Nouns for me — these have been used recently: Dingbat, genius, [pesky little] sister, cellist, knitter, farmer, mom, artisan, comrade, survivor.

    Adjectives for you: compassionate, cheerful, determined, kind, conscientious, fun-loving, loyal, genuine, self-motivated, loving.

  5. Fun. I’ve been thinking of doing the ten on Tuesday thing and this one seems like a really good one. I guess I’ll have to check it out and find out more info.

  6. I think I might not like what I came up with. I’m not always very kind to myself, but it could be an interesting exercise in self-examination.

  7. I need to post my list – I like using one word instead of going into a real long explanation – as I tend to do. Thanks for the ideas!

  8. Great list Carol. I think I’ll come up with a list for my daily journal. Determined would make the top five – and maybe rejuvinated. Good words. Good exercise. Thanks.

  9. Hmm. Mother, Wife, Friend, Daughter, Knitter, Sister, Teacher, Patient (adjective, not noun) Disorganized, Fun

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