Saturday, 23 August 2008


I've been tagged by the lovely Ruth, she has an amazing crafty blog: For The Love of It.

Here are the rules:
I have to write either 6 random things about myself or if I have been tagged previously 6 things that make me happy.
Then I have to link the person who tagged me and tag 6 more people you know (and let them know you have tagged them in a comment on their blog).

1. I have many many many crafty works in progress, and I've only ever finished a handful of them.
2. I studied ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs at uni (not so much practical use for that in Sydney ;).
3. My favourite flower is jasmine, I'm just ecstatic every year when it finally flowers.
4. Like Ruth, I enjoy reading historical romances - my favourites are by Georgette Heyer.
5. I've only ever had one real boyfriend, and I ended up marrying him :)
6. I am very short, 5'1 - I have come to terms with this over the years ;) (Except when my 6'2 husband puts essential kitchen items on the top shelf of the pantry and I have to stand on a chair to get them down again LOL)

Now I'm supposed to tag 6 people, but just about every bloggy person that I know has already been tagged so I might just tag 4.

1. Tracey at Cross stitch, quilts and life, she has recently started quilting and is buying lot of lovely fabric
2. Belinda at *~Bee~*, she makes some great quilts and other sewing projects
3. Corrie at Retro Mummy, I'm sure she's too busy with her beautiful new twins to be tagged, but anyway she has a fabulous blog and she also contributes to Japan Craft Journal - I am absolutely in love with Japanese craft and fabrics so this is very inspiring!
4. Emma at Sampaguita Quilts, she is an amazingly talented quilter and it was actually one of her quilts (her Owl and the Pussycat quilt) that inspired me to start quilting, which began all the rest of the crafting - I'm sure my husband is very grateful Emma ;)

1 comment:

Ruth said...

Wow at studying Egyptian! That has to be the most interesting thing I know anyone to have studied. That is a very fascinating fact :-)