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What do you think? Johari/Nohari Window

I found this from RevGals, apparently making its way through the blogosphere, and it seems a good substitute for a meaningful post!

Follow these links for my own Johari and Nohari Windows to select attributes you associate with me, and then click here and here to see the results as they accumulate.

Friday I'm heading to Mississippi for a trip with a group from my congregation for hurricane clean-up in Ocean Spring. I'm excited and nervous about the trip, so please keep us all in your prayers. I will be bringing my laptop, but don't know what to except in terms of internet availability, if anything, so this may be a quiet blog for a week...


Greg Hazelrig said…
Let me be the first to welcome you to our state. When you get to Ocean Springs, will you be staying at St Paul's, otherwise known as "Tent City"?

We stayed at St Pauls, but in Biloxi, where we stayed in a Sunday School class.

I can't wait to hear about your time there.
Anonymous said…

Do y'all have a traslator?
Anonymous said…
How about a spell checker?
Jason D. Moore said…
The Nohari forced me to pick 5.
John said…
Welcome to civilization, Beth!
Beth Quick said…
Hehe - I'll let you know how the cross-cultural experience turns out. Sometimes I've thought Pennsylvania was South enough for me. I do have a cousin who lived most of his life in Waycross, Georgia. I've even been to Okie Fenokee swamp park and pet a snake, but I was 5 then...
Yes, we'll be in the "Tent City" Greg - interesting lodging for sure!

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