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#239: What do you think about when you lie awake in bed? There’s an e-card that compares a woman’s mind to a browser with 2,857 tabs open, and I think it’s pretty darn accurate. Work, tomorrow, yesterday, chores, a book I’m reading—all of this and more shoots through my mind. At high speed. Simultaneously. I actually find the psychology of type A personalities to be very interesting, because what allows you to be incredibly successful is also incredibly crippling!
#240: What’s something most people don’t know about you? That I write! Unless they read my blog or are a very good friend, I don’t talk about it. I’m too nervous!
#241: When you have a random hour of free time, what do you usually do? Read!
#242: What makes you weird? I talk to my cat. But what pet parent doesn’t?
#243: If you could relive yesterday what would you do differently? Sleep more…I never sleep enough on the days I work.
#244: What do you do over and over again that you hate doing? Uh…go to work? Seriously, though, I have a problem with doing things that I know I’ll regret later, like eating too much dessert or staying up too late reading. Nothing hugely serious, but I do wish I had better self-discipline.
#245: Would you rather your child be less attractive and extremely intelligent or extremely attractive and less intelligent? I think this is a trick question, because of course everyone wants their child to be intelligent, yet I also know that being less attractive can cripple your ability to do anything with that intelligence if you have low self-worth, are too shy, etc. Anyway, I don’t intend to have kids. But I wonder what those of you who do have/intend to have kids think: would you hope for an average balance, or would you hope it skewed one way or the other? Why or why not?