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Thursday, 23 October 2008

Random Facts and Flowers



Firstly thank you to piccalily&blossom for tagging me!
Tagging Rules
1. Link to your tagger and list these rules on your blog
2. Share 7 interesting/random facts about yourself on your blog
3. Tag 7 people at the end of your post, leaving their names as well as links to their blog
4. Leave a comment on each of their blogs to let them know they've been tagged!
Sorry not sure who has been tagged or not, just let me know if you want to join in.
OK here are seven random facts about me.
1.My passion for embroidery started at an early age, watching Jan Beaney on Pebble Mill At One with my Mum.
I was off school with chicken pox!


2.I worked as a manager for Laura Ashley for Eighteen years ( Home Furnishings)
Part time the last ten years to fit in with my two children, every weekend, evenings etc..
As soon as my husband got back from work it was my time to go to work!


3. I gave it up to work in an inner city school assisting in textile and art classes.
Hard work but I get weekends and school holidays!




4. I have always wanted to do an applied art degree, just can't finance it.




5.My favourite shops are vintage and charity shops !



6.I started a lunch time stitch club at school.


7.My favourite programme was Inspector Morse.


Hope that was not too boring!


The felt flowers above will be at a craft fair on Sunday, my friend Jane is taking them to a fair in Rugby.
I am going with my daughter to London to visit my youngest sister, can't wait to see her.


Bye for now.x

11 comments:

Kitty said...

Oooh, I remember Pebble Mill! I'm sure your felt flowers will sell - they're gorgeous. Hope you have a lovely time in London. x

Gina said...

Your flower brooches are beautiful. Have a lovely time in London.

Gunnels blog said...

I love your brooches! Have a nice time in London!

Lynn said...

I loved Inspector Morse too...so sorry when he died.

I like the other BBC mystery that takes place in the cute cottage area...name slips mind now. but lots of people get murdered and the married with daughter inspector solves the crimes.

flowers are delightful and all the work you do with kids very important. theyll remember you when they are old like me. ;-)

Half an Acre said...

haha! pebble mill at one! i remember that! where abouts in warwickshire are you?

'fancypicnic' said...

Pebble Mill at One! Of course, sick day viewing for us all!

Fab brooches as always - they'll do well, my dear! Have great time in London xx

Kayla coo said...

Hi, Just back from great time with my sister in London.
Thanks for your comments.
Lynn do you mean Midsummer Murders?
Hi half an Acre I live in Kenilworth.x

mawakeley said...

interesting little tidbits you've shared with us. your felt flowers are lovely as always. i love vintage and thrift shops too.

PICCALILY & BLOSSOM said...

Thanks for the seven facts chick. Hope London Town was all good. I love that city.

Take care.... I guess your off school too. Enjoy X

konnykards .. Musings of a Senior Citizen said...

More lovely felt flowers!
Do pop on my blog and pick up a bunch of roses! Connie.

elena fiore said...

Many compliments for your blog. I love felt!