If you were a color, which color would you be, and why?
According to this I am RED
Your colour is red, the colour of racy sports cars, blushing cheeks, and luscious roses. Red symbolises passion, romance, and love. So, since you’re ruled by red, you probably trust your feelings more than your brain and tend to act spontaneously. If you see something you want, you go for it without thinking twice — impulsive is your middle name. You don’t wait around for people to make decisions, either; you dive right in. Quite the romantic, you pay close attention to your emotions. In fact, if your heart isn’t in what you’re doing, you won’t be satisfied. Of course, even when you do pour all your energy into the projects you tackle, your impetuous nature means your passions can shift as frequently as the wind. That’s why some reds have trouble with commitment. Our advice? Next time you’re feeling fickle, think before you act, if possible. You might be surprised at the results. Overall, though, it’s great to be red. No one lives life more completely than you do.
When was the last time you went to the doctor, and what was your reason for going?
I had an appointment yesterday to get a mole checked out but I had to cancel it. I’ll rearrange for next week though. The last time I went is too embarrassing.
What do you collect?
Penguin related things. I love penguins. I don’t ever buy anything penguin related but there has not been a Christmas or a birthday in the past 10 years that something I received was not tied in with penguins in some way!
What were you like in high school? Name one thing you miss and one thing you don’t miss about those days. (If you’re still there, imagine how you’ll remember it in the future.)
In School? Tiny little geeky bookworm. Knew everyone but didn’t have a particular group of friends. I was a loner really. I miss starting late, finishing early and having long holidays. I don’t miss the feeling that I never really fit. I loved learning but I hated school.
Pretend you’re standing in front of your home, with your back towards your home. Describe the view – what can you see? Trees? Cars? A zoo? Wal-Mart?
Look a picture!