Intelligence is your strongest virtue
Intelligence (also called intellect) is an umbrella term used to describe a property of the mind that encompasses many related abilities, such as the capacities to reason, plan, and solve problems. And you? Your brain shines. All 7 virtues are a part of you, but your intelligence runs deepest.
It is likely you're a smarty-pants. And it's likely (but not necessary) that your discipline score is high also. It takes a certain resolve to maintain all those neural thingies.
Intelligent famous people: Einstein, Shakespeare, Da Vinci.
Your raw relative scores follow. 0% is low, and 100% is perfect, nearly impossible. Note that I pitted the virtues against each other, so in some way these are relative scores. It's impossible to score high on all of them, and a low score on one is just relatively low compared to the other virtues.
No huge surprises there, although I was rather alarmed to see that my courage is the lowest of my attributes and that my humility outranked my compassion. Huh. Coulda fooled me on that last one.
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I finished off the Noro scarf that I started a few
weeks months ago. Here are a couple photos when it was just a baby.
I shall attempt to get a better photo of it in its entirety. Instead of the usual Silk Garden, this yarn is Noro Aurora #7 (blues) and #9 (reds), which will coordinate nicely with my brick red winter coat. Its special appeal was that it has a shiny thread running through it. Ooooh, a sparkly!
Once I had finished that scarf, I decided it was time to return to the kimono cardigan I started almost a year ago. The last few days have added about 6" at the top of the back, which is nearly finished now.
Soon -- well, sometime -- I will have a warm sweater.
In the meantime, my mindless on-the-go knitting is the lacy scarf of handspun cotton to go with my jean jacket.
That's the initial swatch, which was frogged. The scarf is now about 36" long with none of the irregularities seen in the swatch. But there are no photos to document this; you will just have to trust me.
The A4A sweater is sleeping.
Since I missed the October deadline I figured I would instead work on my own sweater and save this one for later.
And that's it for the knitting. Except that I have a pile of bibs knitted, all of which need their ends woven in and a button found and sewn on. All in good time.