A Few Things About Me.

I've been writing this blog for six months now.  And it's time to tell you a bit about myself.  That isn't specifically linked with being creative.

So here are 25 things that say something about who I am.



1.  I love my Significant Other. He makes me laugh 'til I think I'm going to pop a rib.  He sees who I really am.  And helps me feel gorgeous, even when I'm festering in my dressing gown, and animals are bedding down for the night in my hair. 



2.  I think sausage sandwiches are sent from heaven.








3.  I love vintage clothes and jewellery because every piece has a story to tell about the person who wore it first.  I like to daydream about who they were and what they did.



I bought this postcard when I was a student.
Isn't she beautiful?





4.  My favourite season is Spring.








5.  I don't mind taking the plunge even when I'm scared stiff. Sometimes I need to do what I'm most afraid of to have peace of mind.



6.  I love 1950's sequins, beads and silks. A girl can never have too much glamour.










7.  I know that God gives me everything I need, even when I think it's not what I want.



8.  I love high-heeled red shoes, and have to try them on each time I see a pair, even though I can't walk in them.


 

The red shoes I love but never wear
because I can't walk in them!







9.  I think roses and peonies are completely beautiful.











10.  I have a big ole crush on Johnny Depp.


 
11.  I have a secret crush on Niles Crane from "Frasier".



 
12.  I think Tokyo is the most fantastic city in the world. I lived there for five years and totally loved it.




13.  My favourite smell is my cats' fur. It smells like warm biscuits.



 

Eric and Ernie chillin' on their cushion.



14.  I have always wanted to be able to play the piano.




 
15.  I started learning ballet when I was four. I stopped dancing when I was 28. When I was standing on pointes I felt weightless.



 
Picture courtesy of www.harrymmiller.com






16.  I used to dream in Japanese when I was living in Japan and couldn't remember how to say any of it once I woke up.




 
17.  I'm most proud of the fact that I travelled the world alone, but know now that home is the best place to be.



 
18.  When my Significant Other, hugs me, I know how it feels to be loved.




19.  I always put insects that come into my house out into the garden, as I wouldn't like someone squashing me with a tissue.




20.  I'm really quick to laugh but find crying harder to do.


 


21.  I don't know what I would do without books.







22.  I write all the time but find it hard to show people what I've written. (That's changing since starting to write my blog...) 




23.  I talk to my car when I'm driving.



 
24.  I think babies with moptops are gorgeous. They make me smile.









25.  Although I occasionally go through the odd broody mood, I never really wanted children. I like my own company too much.



7 comments

  1. Another fabulous post Emma. Shoes, dancing, Japan, books, travel and a passion for a bygone era, all the things I love too - if I was a bloke I'd ask you out on a date! :))))

    Seriously, I love reading your posts, I know I'm always going to be 'blown away.'

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  2. Red shoes and Johnny Depp both make me sigh (sigh)
    The vintage bride is gorgeous and so is the red haired baby. Such imagery!

    What a lovely post and what a lovely way to start my Monday.

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  3. Niles Crane, how excellent! Hey, he's hot ;) Books, travel, setting insects outside -- we have so much more in common than I knew, LOL... thanks for sharing some of your inner self with your readers -- I should do the same thing sometime...

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  4. Love from the significant other, and Spring as the favourite season - nothing else do we match on, but I love your writing :)

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  5. This is just a lovely post. I am SO sorry I've not posted my award yet. I'm so far behind in my blog duties!

    I wish we could hang out and have a chocolate martini. My husband is out the store now buying all the fixin's. Complete with cherries on top too.

    You are such a delight, I swear.

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  6. Lovely post and lovely red shoes. There is something about the colour red and footwear don't you think. I am sadly too heavy for heels, ballet pumps are more my scene mores the pity. dev x

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  7. I want those red shoes!!!!!
    Those are the most amazing thing I've seen in a long time.

    swoon ;)

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