Ok. You're right. This isn't a kick. Self-improvement is a part of my fabric. I just recently reread/retook the enneagram and discovered that I am a 4, and 4s tend to lean toward self-improvement (among other things). The first time I ever took the enneagram, I thought I was an 8 (I do tend to stand up for what I feel strongly about), and then the second time, I wondered if I could be a 9 (Steve did not get on board with that, which should've been my first clue that I am not a 9). So I took the test again, read the book again....and if I'm really honest with myself....I am a 4, for better or for worse. I had Steve read it, pretending he was me, and he came up with 4 as well. So I feel good about that. Steve is a 2, if you were wondering.
So, even though self-
And since all blogs are better with pictures, here are some I took this morning (after I feared that I may've accidentally garbage-disposalled an important piece of our blender, I discovered that in addition to possibly garbage-disposalling the piece, I had actually garbage-disposalled a dishrag):
|Trying to be brave.|
|Trying not to throw up, but also feeling relieved and impressed that the rag was still intact.|