Friday, December 12, 2008

Small Things

On the list to do:

1. Clean house
2. Put up Icons

Already done:

1. I finally registered my phone number with the National Do Not Call List. Canada, unfortunately, is often behind the US in phone matters. This list just started this past September. Soon I will not come home to phone ID showing 8 or more callers a day from various 1-800-numbers. This is good.

2. Phone errands

Thoughts of the day:

What it means to be okay with one's personality and preferences. I can be an introvert, in other words.

5 comments:

Jennifer said...

Our national do not call list doesn't always work. Unfortunately, the scammers are still calling me all the time.

We're moving soon, and I think I'm just going to have our number be unlisted.

Elevation Perception said...

Like the thought of the day. It's okay to be an introvert, even though I've had hard times accepting that about myself because everyone thinks I am very social, but I like alone time. So I'm an introvert with extroverted tendencies? :)

Oh, and Cleo's pictures from next post are gorgeous. What a majestic looking cat!

elizabeth said...

Jennifer - too bad you are still getting calls! I know it helped my Mom when she did it... I think unlisted numbers are sadly a good way to go...

Wow; moving is such a huge thing. You move a lot, hey? Wishing you peace during that time...

T - I am the same! I am an introvert who is social. Though I perfer to be social with smaller groups of people, not big events

thanks for admiring my Cat Cleo! :) She is beautiful and also really cute - you should see her play her cat-hide-and-seek! she half skids accross the wooden floor and dives behind chairs...

E Helena E said...

Sometimes us social introverts can be mistaken (usually by extroverts :-) for being extroverts and misunderstandings can follow...

Thank God He doesn't force us to be who we aren't!

elizabeth said...

E-H - yes, thank God for His gracious character!

It can be hard when misunderstanding happen...

may the Lord continue to show His mercy!