Question of the day

turtleAre you more like a tortoise or a hare?

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12 Responses to Question of the day

  1. SKL says:

    Tortoise, for sure.

  2. Doraz says:

    Like Morocco, it depends what I am doing at the time in question. 😉

  3. Gary says:

    Definately a tortoise!

  4. Just a Mom says:

    I am a tortoise. My girls are always telling me to stop rushing them! It’s a bad habit from working in restaurants.

  5. Joy says:

    Tortoise. For sure.

  6. nikki says:

    It depends on what I’m doing I guess. I could be both but I’d say I’m for a hare then I am a tortoise. I have to be reminded to slow down and take a seat sometimes. I have a hard time even sitting down to watch a movie. I am getting better with that though, no choice really, my neck can’t hold head for very long now. OMG Monday is the day for that appointment!!

  7. tessa says:

    A hare. Shane, I’d say tortoise! lol Just a Mom, I’d think you’d be a hare then! Yes, I like to jump right on things, and Eric is always like geezz give me a minute, and I am like, “come on, come on!!” But as Shane and Darryl will tell ya, I always got to rush back in the house once or twice to grab something I forgot!!

  8. mssc54 says:

    Tortise with a small mix of hare. When I’m working a large job I will just keep working until I’m finished (skip breaks, lunch and all). Get the work done then we can do other stuff.

  9. Sue says:

    I’ll say it depends, but those who know me would probably disagree and say hare. I’m much more hare I guess. Does that sound bad??

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