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Jul. 9th, 2013 | 03:01 pm
posted by: phspopular2002 in introverts

It's been overall smooth sailing for me. Been working hard and keeping cool from the summer heat. I can't really complain. Some of you may remember that I had an idea to try and meet other introverts by starting my own tabletop meetup location at my bookstore. No luck, but going to the High Tide Games store about 40 minutes away every Friday night for meetup has turned out really well! Met some new people who like the same games my mom, myself, and the rest of the six core members like.

I wish I could see more of my friend Tanya, but she lives so far away. She is an INTJ, and I've felt connected to her quite a bit. Her internet's wonky because the emails I tried to send wouldn't. So, next time we should just exchange cell phone numbers. Once in a while she comes to my store and we talk and hang out a bit. And then she purchases a pile of books. I did tell her about High Tide, and hope to see her there on a Friday sometime. :D

I've been reading a lot, and I aim to improve more on my manga style drawing, when it comes to people. Trying not to get too sucked into DS Lite gaming since I got these things to do.

I'd also like to mention this book I found and kept for myself on a day Mom and I did some book shopping. It's titled "The Happy Introvert" by author Elizabeth Wagele. It's both a motivating and interesting nonfiction book that explores the inner richness of introversion, and there are details on the differences between us and the extraverts. There's self-help tips too. In addition to this, there are little amusing cartoons and some other things scattered about the pages. It's a pretty good read. I'd recommend it!

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Marianne E. B. Markham

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from: phspopular2002
date: Jul. 18th, 2013 09:28 pm (UTC)

Thousands of books... Yep, that is my shop! :)

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