Posts Tagged With: ENFP

Day 2525*: Perfect for each other

Yesterday, I found an online article about Myers-Briggs types that explained why my fiancé Michael and I are perfect for each other.



I wonder if a levitating unicorn made of rainbows could do our taxes after Michael (“The Counselor”) and I (“The Champion”) get married.


Or maybe I’ll be doing our taxes.

Here are  other ways Michael and I are perfect for each other:

  • He’s very funny and I love to laugh.
  • He likes to talk and I like to listen.
  • I like to quote people and he is very quotable.
  • He cooks great food and I love to eat.
  • I like to drive and he likes to be driven.
  • We share similar political views, so there’s no fighting there.
  • He likes coffee and I like tea.
  • I like to be loved and he loves me.
  • He likes to be loved and I love him.

Yesterday, Michael and I went to City Hall to apply for a marriage license, but it was closed. That wasn’t perfect, but I think we’ll still be able to get married before the end of the year. (When people have been asking me to name the date of our nuptials, I always answer  “2019.”  I think that’s a perfect response.)

We then went to a perfect little place near City Hall with lots of books, where he had coffee and I had tea.

Photos and my blog are perfect for each other.








Harley and that sofa are perfect for each other.

Here‘s “Perfect Together” by Rosanna Pansino.

Thanks to all who help me create this daily blog because we’re perfect for each other!




*Michael and I are perfect for each other even though he loves the song “In the Year 2525” and I can’t stand it.

Categories: personal growth, photojournalism | Tags: , , , , , | 24 Comments

Day 2296: You Call The Shots

Every day, in this blog, I call the shots.  That is, I decide

  • what shots to take with my iPhone,
  • what order to share them in,
  • what words to write,
  • what audio/video piece (usually involving music) fits the topic, and
  • how to express my gratitude.

People with my Myers Briggs type (ENFP) like calling the shots and being independent. However, we don’t like calling the shots for other people or other people calling the shots for us.  Therefore, I don’t like when people tell me what to do and I don’t like telling other people what to do.  Rather, I prefer suggestion, invitation, and possibility — leaving room for me and others to decide what’s best.

Here and now, I suggest that you call the shots you like best in my photos from yesterday.













Sometimes I take shots of and take shots at things I just don’t understand.

Girls Aloud “Call the Shots” here:


Tonight I’ll be a girl aloud calling the shots at a new Open Mic, singing two of my original songs.

Now I invite you to call the shots in the comment section, below.

As usual, I’m calling the shots on how to express my gratitude to all who helped me create today’s blog post and — of course! — to YOU.


Categories: personal growth, photojournalism | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | 15 Comments

Blog at