Thursday, October 21, 2004

Busy Waiting!

Well I had a small job today which will recur several times over the next couple of months. Teaching computer basics and Microsoft Office to my Aunt and Uncle so they can be competent for his business. The pay is fair $16 an hour plus gas, because I have to drive to Rice Hill. Of course the down side is that it is only a couple hours a couple times a week. So it is definitely not enough to get by on. But it is something for my resume and with word of mouth (my Aunt is chatty) maybe I can pick up a few more people. Hmmmm who knows, but I do have a knack for computing and teaching it to others. So maybe I have a new direction to go. It is all under the table so I can still get my Unemployment, so maybe I can afford to take some more classes then. Just a thought.

tomorrow will be a long day of me sitting in my car. My sister E graduates from beauty school tomorrow at exactly 11:15 am. So I am taking her tomorrow so I can be there when it becomes official and then race her up to Salem so she can take her boards. She is very excited. I think the whole family will sigh a collective sigh of relief when she passes that test. We all wondered if she would make it this time as she had to stop attending school twice for different reasons before she finally got it done. Then she turns around and starts with appointments at the salon on Saturday.

So I will sit most of the day in the car either driving or waiting. FUN!

Anyway found out these tidbits about myself and thought I'd share. I don't know if that is a good IQ or not, and I plan to retake the test later because I kept getting interrupted and see if the score is about the same or not. Anyway:

Avoidant:Very High

-- Personality Disorder Test - Take It! --

Congratulations, Jessica!
Your IQ score is 132

This number is based on a scientific formula that compares how many questions you answered correctly on the Classic IQ Test relative to others.

Your Intellectual Type is Insightful Linguist. This means you are highly intelligent and have the natural fluency of a writer and the visual and spatial strengths of an artist. Those skills contribute to your creative and expressive mind.

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