I was tagged!

I was tagged by Laura from Little Orange Kitchen! Thanks, Laura. 🙂 I can’t wait to see how your cupcakes turn out!

What were you doing ten years ago?

Wow.. okay, I was 12 so I was just getting started with my summer break after the 6th grade. And I was probably celebrating my dad’s birthday with him ’cause today is his birthday!

Five things on your To-Do list?

  1. Finish my amigurumi Totoro by Monday
  2. Finish the doily I started for my mom in December… woops
  3. Start creating illustrations to use on greeting cards and post cards to sell
  4. Paint two paintings for above the entertainment center
  5. Learn to knit!

Five snacks you enjoy?

  1. Dark chocolate
  2. Popcorn
  3. Yogurt with oatmeal or granola
  4. Bananas
  5. I’m trying so hard because I know tea isn’t a snack… but tea!

Things you would do if you were a millionaire:

Other than buying myself a house in the middle of Savannah’s historic district and saving some as back-up money, I think I would donate a lot. I would donate to animals, the environment, medical research and social programs that I feel are important to society. I also might buy an extra house to keep all the yarn I’ll end up buying!! >:3 Haha.

Places I’ve Lived:

  1. Oakland, California
  2. McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania
  3. Orlando, Florida

Ta-dah. Hope you’ve learned something new about me!

Now I’m supposed to tag other people to do this little survey, so I’m going to tag a couple people who I’ve been reading on a regular basis: Brigitte from roman sock and Melissa from Imagine. (Don’t feel obligated to post!) Visit their blogs, they both have great crochet wisdom to instill!

Along with this survey that I was tagged for, I wanted to show off the consolation prize I got from Laura during her Blog Anniversary Give-Away!

She sent a little notepad, chocolate and tea (yayyy!), along a little note on this great paper. The tea was amazing, I’ll be writing a little post on that for Wednesday of next week. The chocolate was melt-in-your mouth yummy. I love all the papers she uses, they’re really amazing.

Consolation Prize!

While I was waiting for my little package to arrive, I found myself surfing around her Etsy shop, Little Orange Kitchen Studio And Craft. I found this great cardholder made from paper that she had written a description for that I absolutely loved. It’s so well-made, I’m really impressed!

Beautiful Cardholder

I’m not sure why but I am smitten with Alice in Wonderland. I have a wallet that I bought from Hot Topic with Alice In Wonderland on it, it’s so cute! So when I read Laura’s description of how the paper the cardholder was made from would be found in Wonderland Printing LLC, I just got all these images in my head of the caterpillar smoking his hookah pipe. Then, looking at the patterns on the wallet, I started seeing all the swirls as the smoke from his pipe. I had to have the wallet.

3 Comment

  1. Brie says: Reply

    Thank you!!!! I shall respond soon! I love the wallet!

  2. Laura says: Reply

    I am so glad you did the tag! I loved reading your to-do list..at least those things are fun things. Thanks so much for the shout-out about the wallet! Too nice!I think tea is a snack!

  3. Hmmm…I might just be the only one out there that knows EXACTLY where McKees Rocks, PA is! I’m a Pittsburgh girl–and came to your blog by way of Laura and can’t wait to read more of it! =)

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