It’s Not All Mary Poppins

Draw a House

Found this at Ms. Sisyphus. If you have time this is kind of fun. Your older children, home on school break, might enjoy trying this out, too!

You draw a house, and then you are provided with an in-depth analysis of your personality. Well, an analysis. Your kids will probably like doing it without the analysis, though that might increase the entertainment factor for you!

If you like, you can see my house. (Obviously, someone has lots of time on her hands…) You don’t get to colour it until the very last step, which might have changed how I proceeded if I’d realized! Still, as you can see, I had a lot of fun with the colour.

You can also see my character analysis there, too.

Let’s see…

You are sensitive and indecisive at times. (Check)
You are a freedom lover and a strong person. (Check)
You love your house and family. (Yes, indeed)
You are a gifted artist as well. (I laugh out loud…)
Once you have a problem, you need a friend with you. (Sometimes, I guess. Other times I prefer to worry it through on my own.)
Your life is always full of changes. (Not particularly.)
You are very tidy person. (Picture me rolling about on the floor laughing at this one.)
There’s nothing wrong with that because you’re pretty popular among friends. (No idea, though I doubt it. Friends are important, popularity isn’t. Why would there be anything wrong with being tidy, anyway?)
Your life is always full of changes. (Not really.)

You will avoid being alone and seek the company of others whenever possible. (Absolutely NOT true.)
You love excitement and create it wherever you go. (So NOT true.)
You see the world as it is, not as you believe it should be. (I like to think so.)

You added a flower into your drawing. The flower signifies that you long for love. (Don’t long. Got it.)
We also see that you are sensuous, sexual, and privately passionate. (No comment. Like it says, privately.)
You are self-confident and happy with your life. (Yes.)

March 14, 2006 Posted by | Uncategorized | 13 Comments