The latest

Hello, all three of you readers out there! (Actually, I think there might be as many as nine or ten of you!)

I have been doing a lot of thinking lately. :::Wonders how many posts will begin like this.::: The more I think, the less I write, but the more I have to say. I think I am losing my sense of grammar and proper punctuation which is very sad and unhelpful to my cause. Writing is not as much fun when you can’t think of whether a comma or a dash is better, or whether or not you can get away with using passive voice (or is it “a passive voice”?). <–And what about that little quadruple-punctuation beauty? Is that right? It feels more right than including the question mark within the quotation marks because I wasn’t quoting a question, and I always go with what feels right when it comes to these things. I’m not a grammarian because I’ve memorized ever rule, but because I happen to instinctively know how to use words and punctuation. Which brings me to my next point…

I have realized myself to be an INFJ, rather than an INTP/J (I have been borderline F/T and J/P for a long time). I don’t know why I didn’t realize this before. I think my new church has allowed me to see it, giving me opportunity to fully serve in my best ways to my fullest capacity. It is a freedom I have never before known. More on that later.

Anyway, I have been working on writing a very abridged version of my story; where I’ve been and how I have grown. When it is complete, I will share it with you here in a series of posts.

And you know what else? I have been BUSY! Like, busy out doing things. Socializing and stuff. Not normal for me. I kind of feel like I need a day off. Too much extroversion. It’s time for some serious regrouping.

More later.

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2 Responses to The latest

  1. Jaimie says:

    Yes, you did that right. Commas and periods always go inside. Question marks and exclamation points, it depends on the context of the quotation marks.

    I’m INTJ. Sometimes ENTJ. Mostly I.

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