You scored 92%!
|You damn rock star. You know all the basics, and if you got any wrong, I bet it was that stupid "You're So Vain" question. Your friends are probably intimidated by your knowledge of classic rock and envy your impressive collection. When a classic rock song comes on the radio, you can probably identify it before the vocals kick in most of the time. You probably get good scores on the "maiden name of Clapton's mom" tests, too.|
|My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:|
|Link: The BASIC classic rock Test written by allmydays on Ok Cupid|
Honest, I don't know Eric Clapton's mother's maiden name, but I do love classic rock! It's a fun test that I found at Snooze's the other day -- thanks!
I went to Jazzercise for the second time last night and oh, it hurts so good! For the record, I did try to go on Saturday morning; somehow a door was inadvertently locked and I was one of about a half-dozen locked out.
Last weekend was the first of two city-wide rummage sales in my burg, so I got an earlier start than planned on Saturday and got my exercise by getting in and out of the car. I was absolutely thrilled to find yarn at the very first sale -- real wool, even! It was nothing thrilling and yet it was thrilling (I know you know what I mean), and I bought it all.
I did go to the sale at my LYS last night. I brought home a bag full of yarn and had fun photographing it, but my computer is acting up again (I give up, my next call is to the Geek Squad) so there are no visual aids today. I did stick to the plan, pretty much, and most of what I bought is for baby stuff (hats, jackets, booties, bears) -- Rowan Cotton Glace, DK Tweed, Handknit DK Cotton; Debbie Bliss Merino DK and Cotton Cashmere; some Galway worsted for Kool-aid dyeing. I may have found the ball of Baby Cashmerino (ooh, nice stuff) that Kristyn is looking for, too!