Wednesday, 19 November 2008

I've been tagged...

by Terri

to share some information about myself here are the rules

Rule #1 ~ Link to the person that tagged you.
Rule #2 ~ Post the rules on your Blog.
Rule #3 ~ Write 6 random things about yourself.
Rule #4 ~ Tag 6 people at the end of your post.
Rule #5 ~ Let each person know that they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their Blog.
Rule #6 ~ Let the tagger know your entry is up.

So here are the six things about me:

1. I am left handed for most things but sew and cut out right handed.
2. I get stressed when drawers and cupboards are left a little bit open.
3. I am happy at home most of the time by myself.
4. I take a long time to make decisions but then want to act immediately.
5. I find reading large numbers difficult.
6. I enjoy ironing!

Now who to tag. I am going to opt out here most people I know have been tagged recently but if you fancy doing it let me know.

I have had a busy week but can't show anything because its all a secret. So there will be a big show after Christmas. I have even managed to wrap up some gifts and make some cards.
So what do I show when there is nothing new to show?

Things that give me a buzz

I love all the colours and different textures of the materials I use.

It's almost two years since I did my first blog and have been able to post more the last few months due to having very little work. The work situation is not improving and I will have to make some serious decisions soon. I have half a day to tomorrow and a day next week. I nearly had work on Tuesday but the school did not need anyone after all.

So I spend far too much of my day on the mac, reading blogs and posting on

But also doing what I love most making things.


Anonymous said...

Ooh, look at that! 1, 2, 3, me, me, me! Except for the sewing right-handed part. I can't sew. But I am a right-handed scissor user. :o)

WendyCarole said...

well fancy that.

Jackie said...

I agree about the supply teaching. I'm not on the list anymore because an agency took over and instead of schools ringing you, you had to ring the agency.It used to be good to get an unexpected half day here and there but now schools have classroom assistants who are trained, they just do what used to be supply cover and are a lot cheaper.Thanks for your comment.

Teena in Toronto said...

Nice to know more about you!

Happy blogoversary!