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This was new to me, so if it's new to you...  I recently received a blog comment that I had been linked to a post on another blog.  I dutifully clicked on the link and found I'd been tagged to answer four questions.  This was kind of fun, as it introduced me to an admirer through their blog as well as three other blogs that she'd tagged.  It's a way for me and you to discover something about 4 bloggers I admire as well if I can come up with some clever and interesting questions of my own.

Nico Designs asked these Four Questions:

1. If you were given $1,000 how would you spend it?

I wouldn't spend it right away.  I'd want it to be for some tools I've been dreaming about getting like a rolling mill.  Of course I'd need to save up or hope for more money for that.

2. If you could be in someone else's shoes for the day who would it be and why?

I'd like to spend the day in my Dad's shoes so I could better understand things that happened in my childhood and what demons he has had to deal with.

3. Books or magazines?  I know it's probably cheating, but I have to say both.  I've been a book lover since childhood and although I do now have a kindle to save trees on novels, I still buy reference books for my very large jewelry and mixed-media art library.   Kindle is just too perfect for taking along on vacations or grabbing for that wait in the doctor's office.I apparently inherited the magazine gene.  My Aunts and Dad love to get magazines and I do as well.  To me getting a new issue of a favorite magazine in the mailbox is akin to finding your best friend is free to spend a weekend away with you... and you've both been given $1000 to spend as you wish!

4. What skill/craft would you like to learn?  Watercolor painting...  This was a class I wanted to take with my Aunt Nancy.  She was a talented artist, but she'd never done watercolor.  We talked about taking the class together when she got back home from the hospital and recovered from her cancer.  I'd not known she wanted to learn it until then.  Sadly she never made it home.  Strangely I haven't thought about it since. I guess I connected that desire with her and buried it.  (no pun intended!  Wouldn't that be ghastly inappropriate?!)    I'm going to look into this and take a class for us both.  Maybe I can channel some of her talent!

Now, for four questions of my own:

  1. If you could take a trip anywhere in the world, where would you go and what would you want to see and/or experience?
  2. What is your favorite craft tool and why?
  3. White or dark meat?
  4. What do you wish you invented?

and hopefully answered by:

Keirsten of Lune Designs

Debbie of Wuglyees

Kristi of DreamSomeDesigns

Lorri of LASFibers


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