Thursday, August 7, 2008

Tag, I'm It

I was recently tagged by Michele Cook of Michele Cook Designs. She has some beautiful copper wire wrap pieces that you should check out.
She also likes gardening and has some lovely pictures of her flowers at her blog.

I was also tagged by the very energetic Wezz who lives in Belgium. Read about her adventures in Gatlinburg and her disappointment when she ordered Belgian waffles and tried root beer for the first time. Also check out the beautiful blue ruffles necklace pictured on her site.

1) Link to the person who tagged you
2) Post the rules on your blog (this is what you are now reading)
3) Write 6 random things about yourself (see below)
4) Tag 6 people at the end of your post and link to them
5) Let each person know they have been tagged and leave a comment on their blog.
6) Let the tagger know when your entry is up.

Six things about me…

1. I have always been the person that breaks the chain letters, recipe chains, dish towel chains, etc. However, I am taking the time to do this. LOL!

2. After being out of school for over 20 years, I went back to college and recently earned a bachelor of science degree in Marketing!

3. I hate the show Wifeswap, but watch it anyway.

4. I love to read, but rarely have time anymore.

5. I love the smells of lavender, lilac and peony. And cookies baking in the oven.
6. I enjoy a good glass of wine.

I am now tagging these folks (I apologize if you have already been tagged):

Julie with Angelamps
Danis with DGDesigns
Dee Comer http://ReflectionsInGlass.Blogspot.Com


A Beaded Affair said...

It's so much fun to see a little bit into the lives of our members by the things that they list about themselves...and perhaps by what they don't list...

ChezChani said...

I don't do chain letters either but I not only did this but started it w/the Esmarts Team. It is fun though, I'm really enjoying reading about all of you.

Wezz said...

and I'm really not that energetic... My spirit is though, my body doesn't follow anymore.... sigh... But wow, you've read a lot about my US trip! Guess I should continue working on that, huh? :-))