I might need a hobby.
Or to pick up a broom or dust cloth. Or remember that I have a whole long list of things that need to be done. (And I am pretty sure there’s a load of laundry waiting to be moved to the dryer as I type.)
But instead I just took one of those on-line quizzes. Don’t ask me why. I don’t take every one I see posted. But someone I think highly of posted this one, so I clicked through.
Really? Okay, sure. Why not?
So I answered the ten questions about what color/colors I saw, and my age is:
Here’s their reasoning:
You are drawn to things that speak to you on a much deeper level, rather than just focusing on the biggest, most colorful object in your immediate environment.
For something to get your full attention, it needs to approach you on a much deeper level. Your emotions need to speak with your eyes and your environment. Without an emotional connection, you might as well be looking at a blank space.
That last line though. Truth.
You mean not everyone has an emotional connection or reaction to whatever they are seeing or experiencing?
Say what now?
(Don’t we all remember how I stressed over the right shade of green for our temperature blanket? I see colors!)
The 87 aside–yes, I’ve always known I was an old soul–once I figured out it wasn’t saying I had the vision of an 87 year old (or that my bifocals need updating), I started thinking about what this is saying. For something to stand out enough for me to notice it, I have to feel it.
Well, yeah. Doesn’t everyone?
What do you think? If you have a minute, take the test and let me know if you’re an old soul too.
If you need me, I’ll be sitting here looking at things that make me feel all the feelings. Like brooms, laundry, and dirty dishes.
Love and light to all.