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Saturday, December 11, 2004

Cold logic

Another quiz, courtesy of the weather goddess:
Your Dominant Intelligence is Logical-Mathematical Intelligence

You are great at finding patterns and relationships between things.
Always curious about how things work, you love to set up experiments.
You need for the world to make sense - and are good at making sense of it.
You have a head for numbers and math ... and you can solve almost any logic puzzle.

You would make a great scientist, engineer, computer programmer, researcher, accountant, or mathematician.

Given that I am a software engineer by trade, I'm not at all surprised.

Speaking of weather, we're in a bit of a 'cold snap' right now. It's down in the 50F's at the moment. DsD was leading her high school JROTC unit in the local light parade tonight, and DH and I went directly to the parade from Mass (DH was cantoring this evening) so neither of us were particularly dressed for standing for an hour or more in windy 50-degree darkness. (I was wearing a short-sleeve dress and sandals - it was much warmer when we'd left the house). It was a nice parade, even though we left after DsD's unit had passed.
Probably a good thing, though, that Florida girl DD is spending the night at her bestest friend's house tonight, and wasn't out in the cold!

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