You’re it! Blog Tag

I’m not quite sure what this is about, other than a friendly way to draw attention to and share other peoples’ blogs.  I’ve found some of the neatest blogs by word of mouth.   I pass this on from Gay Judson of http://sistercreekpottery.blogspot.com/ .

Here are the ‘game’ rules:

1. Link to the person who tagged you.
2. Post the rules on your blog. (this is what you’re 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. (This is only a game.)
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 Random Things About Me:

1. I have 4 dogs, 2 cats, and used to have a turkey called Einstein. (all live outside)
2. My favorite color is purple
3. When I was 27, I took flying lessons.
4. I’ve always wanted to bungee jump or do sky diving! (They’re still on my list of things I want to do before I die)
5. I’ve knitted since I was 18 and learned to crochet off of YouTube last year.
6. I am *very* wary of power saws and sharp spinning blades since having my finger nicked by a shaper tool a few yrs ago.  Needless to say my woodworking ambitions were short lived.

Six People Tagged – these are only some of the many blogs I like… not all clay:

1. Tascha Parkinson  http://timewithtascha.blogspot.com/

2.  Cynthia    http://coloradoartstudio.com/blog/

3.  Pam McFayden   http://lureartsceramics.blogspot.com/

4.  Eleanor Hendriks   http://eleanorhendriks.blogspot.com/

5.  Almapottery  http://almapottery.blogspot.com/

6.  Carpediem  http://carpediemchris.blogspot.com/

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4 Responses to “You’re it! Blog Tag”

  • Gay JudsonNo Gravatar Says:

    Well, you are a quick study! I cut my finger badly on my new Cuisenart years ago. Spent the evening at the ER with my dinner guests–we went out for pizza after I got stitches–have the scar and a dimple in my finger to this day! I did not think of that little known fact to include in my tag report. Gay

  • annewebbNo Gravatar Says:

    hehehe Gay.. I kind of was in shock when it happened. I actually quit the job the next day, but they wanted to keep me on doing other jobs like sanding. I stayed on for another few months. Go figure, I got an overuse injury in my elbow from repetitive movements with the sanding that took at least 7 months to recover from, the same amount of time it took for the sensation in my finger tip to return.

  • Sandra EvertsonNo Gravatar Says:

    Your work is Amazing! Really Beautiful things, with a soft life about them!
    Sandra Evertson

  • cynthiaNo Gravatar Says:

    I hope you’ll forgive me if I don’t play along since I’ve already done this one – but I will add your link to that post!

    Power tools – love them, but I have a great respect for the potential for injury. I once wished for a miter saw for Christmas and was so happy to get one.

    I’m freaking afraid of free falling – and while I think it would be good to conquer my fears, I have no intention of ever bungee jumping or sky diving! Kudos to you for even thinking about it – I want to see the pictures!

    I never thought about going to You Tube to learn knitting or crocheting – brilliant.

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