I am Oddly Pleased By This

Thanks to Pammy Beancounter for pointing this out to me. I am oddly pleased by this assessment.. and cannot say why.

What is my Viking Name??

Your Viking Name is…
Dagrún Deercatcher

(Well, actually, that wouldn’t really be your name — since you’re female, your name would be something like “Dagrún Björnsdottir”. But this is the twenty-first century, and you want to be known for who you are, not for who your father was, right? Right.)

Your Viking Personality: You’re a fearsome Viking, but you aren’t completely uncivilized. The other Vikings make fun of you for that. You have a thirst for battle, and tend to strike first and think later. You’re not a “berserker”, but you’re among the toughest sane Vikings around.

(sane Viking… now that’s a contradiction I am willing to embrace!)

You can handle long sea voyages easily, despite the lack of amenities. Other Vikings would consider you “one of the guys” if you were a guy. (But even though you’re a woman, they still think you’re all right.)

Yeah, I’ve often been considered “one of the guys” in a thumb-wrestling, beer guzzling good kind of way.

People who’ve known you for a while don’t always trust your word. Other Vikings would be calling you “tree-hugging hippie peacenik” if the phrase had been invented.

And thank goodness it hadn’t been yet!!


One response to “I am Oddly Pleased By This

  1. Hello,
    I read about Pro-Actively, and only wish I read it sooner because the first round of coaching was draining. So, when they double back – I’ll drop the new word and refer them to your site. Thanks.

    I guess I can cut back my hours on the daybed, too.

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