Thursday, September 21, 2006

There and Here

I made it back on Tuesday evening. I'm so emotionally and physically drained. I have to sleep on it for a while and give everything time to sink in.

Still jetlagged, I started school yesterday. I had to run around the whole day: buy my books, buy the Campus parking pass, pick up OSU football season tickets, go to an interview that lasted 2:30 hours, and finally attend class from 8 to 10 pm with a glaze over my eyes and brain. I dropped the finance class and kept Six Sigma and Business Solution Teams. I sure won't regret that.

Followed Trabilsia's lead and took the Talent, Life or Mandarin quiz. I'm a Mandarin!

You're an intellectual, and you've worked hard to get where you are now. You're a strong believer in education, and you think many of the world's problems could be solved if people were more informed and more rational. You have no tolerance for sloppy or lazy thinking. It frustrates you when people who are ignorant or dishonest rise to positions of power. You believe that people can make a difference in the world, and you're determined to try.

Talent: 44%
Lifer: 28%
Mandarin: 64%

Very true. It's pretty much the same result I got with the Myers Briggs Test. Any takers?


  1. Welcome back Hana, hope after you settle down you experience in Lebanon, to tell us about it, unless you decide to keep away for the time being. By the way I wish you and Sol and the adorable kids a happy and blissful Ramadan.

  2. Hello Ghazi, Maria,

    Ramadan mubarak to you too. Go easy on whatever it is you crave!

    I'm glad I got to go to Lebanon; though not all I saw was pleasant, but it was important that I did. I will sure write about the trip, maybe in bits and pieces since there's so much to talk about to arrange my thoughts and convey the experience in one post or so.

    Thank you for your wishes and for keeping me in your thoughts.

    Highlander, thanks for your concern and happy Ramadan to you and yours.