Wednesday, July 16, 2008

get to know your chickadee



i was tagged by my new friend pang! her pretty little fings blog is one of my favorite spots to visit as it is always filled to the brim with creativity and cuteness galore. she's one super talented crafter and sewer and stuffer of all things plush. some of her pretty little fings are featured in this post. perched up to is an assortment of owls and a birdie brigade. and just below is her latest creation, a plush version of the durian fruit. too much! too cute! too pretty indeed.





so, the rules of the game are as follows:


1. Link to the person who tagged you.
2. Post the rules on the blog.
3. Write six random things about yourself.
4. Tag six people at the end of your post.
5. Let each person know they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their blog.
6. Let the tagger know when your entry is up.


without further ado, here are six random things about your friend, this chickadee:

1. the ocean creeps me out a bit.
2. some day i hope to play in a bluegrass band.
3. when blowing out birthday candles as a little one, i often wished that my stuffed panda would magically come to life.
4. i prefer vegetables to fruits.
5. my first car was a 1990 honda prelude with a sunroof, tinted windows, and a house of pain sticker. it was awesome.
6. i dream of living on a miniature farm...with miniature horses, donkeys, sheep, goats, etc... i would especially like to have miniature cows on this farm, but i'm not sure that they exist.

so now i am going to break the rules (#7. i make up my own rules) and pass this along to just one other blogger, my constant craft companion, dandelion blu. it is about high time we all get to know some things about her, besides the fact that she wields a beautiful blowtorch and makes the most magnificent adornment out of metal and glass.

2 comments:

Pang said...

thanks Chickadee! ...one question though...what instrument would you play in the bluegrass band?

ps - i know where you can get mini pony's.

Bonnie said...

That 1990 honda prelude was hot.