blargh

Aug. 13th, 2005 11:29 am
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So, when I met up with [livejournal.com profile] heatmhub in Boston last week, one of the topics of conversation was introvert vs. extrovert. I've always considered myself a strong introvert, and said so. [livejournal.com profile] heatmhub was surprised, and pointed to my social calendar while I was in Boston as an example of extroversion. And it's also true that I practice much better with other people, and get more work done when other people are involved than when I'm supposed to work alone. I began to think that maybe I'm not as introverted as I thought.

Well, chalk up the past few days as another piece of evidence that I may have been wrong. I've been dog-sitting for a professor, and basically living in the next town over with no human interaction at all...and it's getting me down! I thought I'd enjoy a little hermit-time, but not so much.

I think maybe I assumed I was an introvert b/c of my geek tendencies. In high school, I assumed that all geeks were introverts, and never really re-examined that assumption as regards myself, though of course I now know tons of geekish extroverts. Maybe I'm more balanced than I thought.

Anyways, people should, like, update and stuff. Because LJ is the only people-interaction I'm likely to have today.

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