…and seven random things about me!
The wonderful Elena at Caffeinerd gifted me with the Versatile Blogger award. In order to accept it I have to tell you seven random things about me. Here goes!
I love style blogs….namely Anthro style blogs. I’ve thought about starting one myself but I’m not sure I’m a natural at taking outfit photos. Many thanks to Mr. Gazelle for snapping this shot of me today in one of my favourite outfits. The Anthro Mendoza Codex skirt
, J. Crew Dulphine Bling Button cardi
and an ancient black shirt from Club Monaco.
I keep all of my nice shoes at work in a filing cabinet drawer. I started tweeting shoe of the day pictures since I’d show Mr. Gazelle all of these awesome shoes I owned but then never wore around him.
My hair has just gotten long enough where I now want to play with it constantly. Normally this would be where I would cut off a few inches, but I am going to keep growing it!
The very first musical instrument I ever played was the snare drum. Can you tell how excited I look here? That only lasted one year.
The next year I took up the clarinet and played for many years. In grade 9 I joined the jazz band and we wound up taking a trip to Germany and Austria to play a few concerts.
I tried skiing for the first time last year and slip sliding down icy slopes kinda freaked me out. I want to like it but it just hasn’t come naturally.
I have a terrible habit of falling asleep on the couch with my feet in Mr. Gazelle’s lap. When I fall asleep I start kicking. Mr. G a good sport for putting up with me constantly kicking him!
Tag, you’re it!
Love that you included photos! And go you on the snare drum :) Seriously...I was a band geek for so long but I definitely had no rhythm---would've been a terrible percussionist!
Photo 2. Are those WINE bottles in the background? At work? They must be more liberal over there than I thought.
And I keep my work shoes (1, count'em ONE pair) in the bottom drawer of a file cabinet. Along with a bunch of rolls of Cat 5 cable that was there when I started.
I played the clarinet too. I hear it is what the cool kids to ;-)
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