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  1. Mom
    November 4, 2009 @ 1:46 pm

    It says just one descritive word BUT I’m your mother and I feel I can take extra liberties. Ha! Plus, I choose to use positive words not to puff up but to encourage you.

    resourceful, determined, intelligent, inventive, conscientious, intuitive, reliable, competitive but in the sense of desiring to achieve your best

  2. Renata
    November 15, 2009 @ 11:50 am

    Hi Heidi,
    I don’t really know you all that well, but this game sounds like fun, so here is my word for you: solid. I think by that I mean trustworthy, grounded, intentional, committed to your causes, strong, self-contained, thoughtful, smart. Just my “first” impression of you.

    I know what you mean about wanting words like fun and happy. I would love to be one day called playful, spontaneous, joyful, even content, peaceful, loving…

    So, what’s your word for me 🙂 ?


  3. Heidi
    November 15, 2009 @ 8:28 pm


    Playful and spontaneous, joyful and content all sound like wonderful words! I think content is the only one I could use for myself! I am definitely more on the rigid than the loose and carefree side!

    If I were going to choose a first, immediate word that comes to mind to describe what I know of you, it would have to be introspective. I think that you, like myself, spend a lot of time analyzing yourself and your actions, trying to do things “right” or “better”. I am not so sure we are “go with the flow” kind of people! 🙂

    Thank you for reading my blog and putting yourself out here by posting a comment. I appreciate all the interaction that I get here.


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