Interested and interesting
Singer of harmony
Sense of humor aloud (allowed)
What you see is what you get – there is no artifice. There is no guile. There are no ‘girl games’. Vocabulary is victory in my book of life, if only in my mind. I adore people and what I do to help, though they hurt me. I am fair-haired and fair-minded, vivacious, but velvet-lined. I like blue in any shade, reading, writing and being alive.
My heart beats to music. I like rusty bronze metal, am golden. I am the best psychologist I know, and language is my friend. I love Snicker Doodles for their taste and their name – and because my grandmother made them.
I seek adventure and self-actuating, in an ever-cycling quest for like-minded persuasion.
I am gifted and talented at positive thinking. I am real. I am ordinary. I am extraordinary. I am a God-blessed person. I do good, and I long to write well.
I am PJ. I am Pat Jackson-Colando. I am ‘Sister Golden Hair Surprise’.
You left out a really big revelatory word in describing yourself, dear PJ: FRIEND.
You have labeled me the best, Diana Slane – thanks!
Another “S” word for you: SAVVY! oh, and let’s add SASSY, too. Well done. Commas and periods ALWAYS go inside quotation marks. Quotation marks look like two apostrophes that really like each other and stick close together. 🙂