Saturday, April 7, 2012

Honored!!


I am honored to accept this award @ nomination from Sharon @ Chaos Ranch!!!! I truly appreciate the shout-out and am grateful to everyone that happens by here.

Here are 10 things about me that wouldn't be commonly known:
  1. I am the 7th youngest of nine children
  2. I am ambidextrous, but can only write with my left hand
  3. I'm a pretty good basketball player
  4. I'm a good cook
  5. I always wanted to be a kindergarten teacher
  6. I used to have a good singing voice & always wanted to be a back-up singer
  7. I've always typed no less than 70wpm
  8. I used to be a serious tom-boy
  9. My mother sent me to charm school (scream!)
  10. I used to be a clarinet band nerd & still have my original horn in my closet. Yeah... since high school. Freaky.
And now, here are six blogs I like to read; I adore so many :-)
  1. http://momentarysolace.blogspot.com/
  2. http://soulaperture.blogspot.com/
  3. http://sophistishe.com/
  4. http://thesweetlight.com/
  5. http://www.etsy.com/shop/RedBarnStudios?ref=top_trail (blog under construction)
  6. http://bferry.wordpress.com/

Thanks again!! :-)

4 comments:

  1. Wow! You can type 70 wpm! I'm extremely impressed. I think my all time best (in typing class in high school) was about 30 wpm with about 15 mistakes! Needless to say, I never have been much of a typist. ;)

    My momma is the youngest of nine children. My hubby is ambidextrous. ;)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I think I've typed all my life! (ha!) My sister, Paulette, used to be a really fast typist & I remember wanting to be like her :-)

      Delete
  2. Thanks for the cool shout out Tracey! I'm ambidextrous too...was forced to write with my right hand when I was real young by a woman who took care of me...then my mother took care of her...lol (fired her) cause she didn't know, so now I can do quite a few things with both hands. Comes in handy when the arthritis in right hand acts up.

    BTW, my blog is basically up and running now with a few more tweeks to go.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hey Grace! It is pretty cool being ambidextrous, especially @ restaurants; if the table is crowded, I can easily switch & eat with the other hand! Hope the arthritis keeps at bay. Thanks for the update on your blog - will head over to "see you" there. :-)

      Delete