LET’S PLAY A GAME

I have got tons of information about me splattered all over my blog, which is all fine and dandy, but WHO ARE YOU?

I have always loved meeting new people and discovering their unique little quirks. I almost feel as though every new person I meet takes me on a grand adventures, teaching me various different things on the way.

Considering I have a blog, which I think is quite glorious (if I may say so myself), why not take advantage and connect with as many ‘strangers’ as possible?

So let’s get down to business, shall we?

The rules are simple. All you are required to do is answer the following simpleΒ questions in the comment section below:

1. DSC00176Let us start off simple. What is your name?

2. What part of this wonderful world do you call home?

3. If you could live anywhere else, where would it be and why?

4. What is your biggest dream/ passionΒ in life?

5.Β If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be and why would you change it?

6.Last, but not least, tell me a little about your blog. You never know, maybe I will be your next follower. πŸ˜‰

Now that that is over with, I hope to hear more from you. It was an absolute pleasure getting to know you. Besides, if it weren’t for you, I wouldn’t have the fantastic blog I do so THANK YOU.

Angie

xx

 

21 responses to “LET’S PLAY A GAME

  1. I’ll bite (not really, I’ll pretend to be nice).
    1) Michelle Kevil
    2) Texas (wasn’t born here but I wish I would have been). I’ve called TX home since I was 6 and I always will.
    3) I really don’t think I’d live anywhere but TX. I’ve had lots of opportunities but you just don’t understand the draw unless you’re from here.
    4) I think I’m living my dream – but if I had to do something I’ve never done – in my next life I’d be a glass blower (hopefully that next life will start this summer or the next). πŸ˜‰
    5) If I could, I’d change my hair – because I don’t have much of it…I’ve accepted it, but you asked.
    6) My blog is http://pretendtobenice.com/ . My blogging buddy, Andrea, and I are teacher friends and mothers that live very far apart now. It’s really just stories about our crazy families and how we try to stay sane through it all (with lots of laughter and vodka is the answer – btw).

    • Haha, thank you for pretending. πŸ˜›
      It is a please to meet you Michelle.
      Hmm… I hope I am not going to fall into that stereotypical trap but is Texas all cowgirlish with barn dances every other weekend because if it is, I am keen to visit.
      A glass blower? I must say, that is quite the unique dream. Mind sharing how this dream came about? Never the less, I wish you luck with it. πŸ™‚
      Sigh… I know the struggles when it comes to hair. Mine started failing out last year so I had to cut it. I am still trying to recover from that trauma.
      I will be sure to check it out. Haha, vodka seem to be the answer for everything! πŸ˜€

      • I live in the Fort Worth area but there are longhorns on the way to my kids’ schools and horses in the next subdivision. I grew up with horses on 5 acres and would love for my kids to experience that, but when you have a work-a-holic husband we just wish and wait. We have our cowboy culture but don’t let it fool you – we are city folk too. It’s the best of both worlds. I’m pretty crafty in the glass department already. My mom passed on the talent and love. We both do stained glass (when we have time). I made all of my kitchen cabinets, the lamp over the kitchen table, and accent pieces over the living room windows. I love doing it but it’s hard to get out all of the stuff and leave it out. I really need a mother-in-law apartment to do it in…so I figured glass blowing was the next logical step (and it can be done in someone else’s studio). It’s SO beautiful and fascinating.

      • I am completely jealous of you right now. Your childhood sounds like bliss. Hopefully you don’t have to wish or wait for that much longer! All of this is really reminding me of that one Hannah Montana movie when she returns home. πŸ˜› She also had the best of both worlds πŸ˜‰ Tehe, I couldn’t resist.
        I would really love to see some photos of your creations. I have a rough idea on the progress followed due to documentaries on TV. I will now be telling everyone who cares to know that I know a glass blower. πŸ˜›

  2. My name is Nikki. Well actually it’s Nicola, but I only ever get called that when I am being told off!! My family and close friends call me Nik. I live in Gibraltar, have done since I was 13. I would live in London if I could, love the place!! My mum and her family are all originally from there, so it’s in my blood!! Biggest passion? Writing!! And my Torn-Apart!! Waited thirty years for him to find me again, well worth the wait!! If I could change anything about myself, it would be my four-pregnancy belly, because it is REVOLTING!! As for my blog, it’s just me doing what I do all the time!! Talk too much. And giggle when I should know better!! With a few photos thrown in when I have deluded myself that I have a small iota of artistic talent!! Oooh yeah!! And some music today, well happy with that!!
    Great contact page, Angie, sublimely clever as always!! Love it!!

    • Hi Nikki, we meet again! πŸ˜‰
      I must admit, I have no idea where Gibraltar is but London sounds great! Why not move there?
      I am delighted that you guys found each other after that lengthily wait. You know what they say, good things come to those who wait. πŸ˜‰
      Hehe, revolting is a very strong word. Why not do something about it? Just don’t do 10 sit ups and get depressed when a 6 pack doesn’t magically appear – that is what I do. The depression isn’t worth it, I would rather not do sit ups at all πŸ˜›
      I don’t think it is much of a delusion. If you have got talent, you have got talent and you, my friend, have got talent.

      Thank you Nikki! πŸ™‚

      • I am so going to do a post on Gibraltar!! It deserves to be on the map!! It’s quite funny actually, if I go to my stats, I can have thousands, ok , fifty views from Gib, and it doesn’t even show up then!! As for the tummy, its more like a balloon that has been blown up and let down too many times!! But hey!! Thank you for the talent bit, that has made my day!! Seriously, very clever blog, I love it!!!

      • Please do and let me know once you have! At least your home town is showing you support (Is Gibs even a town I think to myself?). At least 4 beautiful children came from all that blowing up right? πŸ˜›
        I am glad I could make your day! πŸ™‚
        Thank you!’:D

  3. Hi, I’m Claudette, I live int he Huon Valley of Tasmania, Australia. I would not chose to live anywhere else, except maybe closer to the beach. I’d love to have a secondhand clothes store for “larger Lovelies” and sell my jewellery in it also. if I could change one thing it would be to finally conquer my weight. I have 2 blogs, one for my random moments, photos, poems, general everyday, and the other is a bit of silliness that I enjoy.
    P.S> great idea for a page you got here. πŸ™‚

  4. Hi there Claudette. πŸ™‚
    I would love living in Tasmania just so that I can say the word ‘Tasmania’ whenever someone asked where I live. I reminds me of the cartoon character, The Tasmanian Devil.
    I think that is a great name for a clothes store. I wish you luck in opening up your store one day. Is it safe to assume that you are a jewellery designer? πŸ™‚
    I could give you some tips for weigh loss if yow like? Please note that I am not specialist here. πŸ˜›

    I also just realised that I am already following you. Happy days!

  5. Hey, I’m anawnimiss, so you’ll have to forgive me for not telling you my real name πŸ™‚
    I’m from New Delhi, India. The city is great, but too predictable for my taste, so if I could live in different places each month, life would be just perfect!
    I’m a happiness junkie. Sometimes I’m high on travel, sometimes on music, sometimes on writing and sometimes on dance. I’m very unpredictable that way. I’d like to be able to just settle down. Not want so much out of life, but one moment I’m thinking this, and the enxt moment I’m out making new friends and finding new adventures to wrie about. That also makes me a weirdo magnet (I have a stalker, a naked attacker, a nutcase fiance, random people giving me bear hugs in malls and other sundry weirdos), but the stories are totally worth it!
    And that my friend is what I write about on my blog: anawnimiss.wordpress.com πŸ™‚

    • Well it is a pleasure to meet you anawnimiss. It is a very cute play on words you have got there. πŸ˜›
      Wow, a different place each month would require a lot of boxes and muscles.
      You seems to have a very lovely way of going about life. I like it. Being happy is all the counts really.
      I would love to hear about all these various weirdo’s you attract. It sounds like some good tales could result from these people and the weird things they do. I will be sure to go check it out!:)

  6. 1. Nida Shahzeb

    2. My first love and home will always be Lahore, Pakistan. But now my new awesome home is Mississauga, Canada.

    3. Spain fascinates me beyond belief! Food, culture, history, beauty, love, full of life….

    4. To write till I drop. Quite literally:). With undying hope that the book hidden somewhere inside me eventually comes out

    5. β€œShe hoped to be wise and reasonable in time; but alas! Alas! She must confess to herself that she was not wise yet.”― Jane Austen, Persuasion

    • Greetings Nida. We meet again! πŸ˜›
      Haha, I must admit, it took me a minute or two to figure out how to pronounce Mississauga and I am still not sure if I got it right. What inspired your move from Pakistan to Canada? And why didn’t you move to Spain instead?
      If this inner book of yours is ever brought to life (and I am sure it will be), do let me know! πŸ™‚
      That is quite a powerful quote. Thank you for sharing it with me.

      • haha I should have left a note saying just pronounce it like Mississippi and in the end use ‘auga’ instead of ‘ippi’..haha sounds like gibberish no:p. Well we immigrated to Canada. My husband and I have tons of family and friends here and we thought this would be a good place to raise a family. So far so good. Spain I would love to visit as soon as I figure out the familiarities:). See you around sweet girl:)

      • Talk about a tongue twisted. πŸ˜› On a more serious note, I use to be able to speak gibberish. Ah, but those were the good old days.
        Do you have children?
        I wish you at best of luck with regards to visiting Spain. If my memory serves me correctly, I have an uncle who lives on a farm in Spain. Some people have it all! πŸ˜›

  7. Hahahaha! I love your blog already! It’s such a splatter of creative humour + fun.
    1. The name’s Dyanne and nice meeting you mate!
    2. I hail from the Philippines. Yes, miles and miles away.
    3. Oooh! This is a hard one. Couldn’t this just be Everywhere??
    4. Definitely inspiring people. So basically being myself and reaching my various types of dreams. Like in Multimedia Arts, writing an inspirational book, being a life coach. Ahhhh, too many dreams.
    5. I guess nothing. I’m already having fun being myself not to be one!
    6. My blog’s Her Other Lovely Sides is my exploration of my other various sides (besides the one that people automatically see me as which is being small and petite, ugh). With this exploration of mine, I’m also hoping to inspire people to be true to theirselves and stuff like that. So basically, I blog about everything + anything, with a variety of writing in different styles like from being sweet + sassy style to fun + humorous to fierce + bold.

    • Teheh Thank you very much Dyanne. The pleasure of meeting you is all mine.
      Ah! I have always have a curiosity with the Philippines.
      I must agree with you! Living Everywhere would be something! If only something that marvellous was possible.
      I think we are quite alike with regards to having to many dreams. So much to do, so little time!
      I like the confidence you have in yourself. It is quite a rare thing in this day and age.
      Your blog sounds wonderful. I will be sure to check it out!

      I hope we meet again Dear Dyanne.

      • Not as much confidence as you have, dear!
        Well, your lady is here. Just hit me those questions and I’ll be ready to answer ’em for you. πŸ˜€
        Agreeing with you there. Hope we get to achieve at least a bunch of them though.

        Oh, and thanks for checking my blog out! πŸ˜€

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