Do you use paper money? If so is your money organized sequentially according to denomination?
I do – but not too often. Cash is used only at the stores that do not take credit/debit cards. Most times I take out my credit card to pay – or even my debit card. It is so much easier to pay the balance of what I owe at the end of the month. The paper money I keep in my purse for the odd occasion is arranged with the smaller denominations in front.
You are comfortable doing nothing? For long stretches of time?
I do not often sit doing nothing – my fingers always feel the need to do something. The times I do sit still is when I am admiring nature. Or if I am waiting for someone, I spend the time people watching. I find it interesting to see a snapshot of a person going about their day.
What is your greatest strength?
(This question sounds like one of those that are asked at an interview 🙂 )
I am loyal: loyal to my family, and loyal to my friends. My loyalty towards a person, or even a place, is broken only after many hurts and frequent disappointments. I am a person who will do many things for my family and help them when I can.
At work, I am also loyal – especially the longer I stay at a place. I am also passionate about my work and I love what I do. Teaching, to me, is a calling and even when I wasn’t paid well, I knew that I was playing an important part in the community.
What would you answer to any of these questions?
© Colline Kook-Chun, 2018
(This post is linked to Cee’s Share Your World weekly challenge).