Our nation's first President, George Washington was a strength and dignity. Serious and reserved by nature, he was known for his especially fine character, unrelenting courage, and military brilliance. Washington disliked public speaking (his inauguiral address consisted of just 148 words!) and prefered to express himself in writing. In his personal interactions, however, he was candid and forthright, looking people squarely in the eye.
Like Washington, you possess a quiet strength and are admired by others. You do not enjoy calling attention to yourself and are likely to have very few close friends. Some may mistake your dignified, reserved nature for arrogance. You work hard, take pride in your personal appearance, do not give up easily, and always endeavor to do the right thing.