Posts Tagged ‘persoanlities’

The Hostess with the Mostest

We had guests over last night for a Christmas dinner and gift exchange. I speak from experience when saying that the phlegmatic personality–that would be me– may not be a contender for the title “The Hostess with the Mostest.” Let me explain.

Too Much Food

When planning our shindig for my husband’s work friends, I ordered a meal from our local grocery store. However, once the deli attendant showed me the sizes of the side dishes, I wasn’t sure if it the portions would be enough. I went ahead and placed an ordered, but discussed it with hubs that evening. He agreed that we should cancel the order and cook everything ourselves. Easy enough, or was it?


Posted by on December 11th, 2011 No Comments

On the Road with Personalities – Part 2 – Viva Las Vegas!

In part one of this two-part series we explored the sanguine and choleric personalities on the Las Vegas strip. Today the melancholy and phlegmatic tourists take center stage.

Melancholy Musings

Is it possible that something in the sanguine land of bling, flashing lights, and noise, would appeal to this quiet, organized personality? Believe it or not, there is! Traipsing through the loud, smoke-filled casinos easily overwhelms this sensitive, quiet-loving personality. However, when we sauntered through the Roman-influenced shopping mall of Cesar’s Palace, it seemed to be an atmosphere than this personality could relate. I don’t know if it was typical, but when strolled through it was not as raucous as most places along The Strip. There were some lovely pieces of art that could easily catch the melancholy traveler’s eye:


Posted by on November 8th, 2011 No Comments