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    • Honestpuck
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      • Username: Honestpuck
      • In response to: "Who are you?" I'm Tony Williams, Macintosh maven, literature lover and Lego fancier.
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    • Loving myself
      • Love about to wash away...

        I love that I am good friend and a warm person. I'm one of those people in your address book whose always willing to help, always ready to listen and say the right thing. I'm caring and honest with those around me.

        I love my intelligence. Sometimes I curse it but my voracious appetite for new information my ability to assimilate it quickly and assemble it into a boy of knowledge is one of my greatest assets. It also means every new place is a continual adventure as it provides opportunities for new experiences and information.

        I love my ability to write. My ability to express my thoughts, emotions and knowledge in a clear way to others; the way I can clear my mind by putting down into words the conflicting emotions or tell the tale has been almost a lifesaver it has certainly kept me sane.

        I wonder what my friends would put down as my best attributes?

      • answered by Honestpuck on 11/14/2012
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    • What to change? Alter me or alter life
      • What are the things I'd like to change? That's a tough question, you can start with the habits and then add personality quirks before finishing with the situational changes.

        The big habit I'd change would probably be smoking. Still trying to become a non-smoker after attacking the habit for many years without success.

        The personality quirk. That one's easy, I'd really like to not be so hard on myself. I certainly seem to be my harshest critic and I'm certainly not afraid to tell myself what I think. I also spend far too much time second guessing and critiquing myself on my decisions.

        Situational changes can be at least partially outside our control. I could say that I'd like a full time job (which I do) but I can't actually create one out of thin air. I can, however, work to make that happen and keep myself open for when it does. The situational change I'd most like to make at the moment would probably be to move house, that's something I'm going to seriously explore early in the new year.

        Of course if I had a magic wand there are any number of things I'd like to change, but I'm not going to dwell on those or even list them. No point really. We can't actually alter life, just the way we approach it and the things we do.

      • answered by Honestpuck on 11/14/2012
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