Tuesday, 11 November 2008



Ages ago I was Tagged by Faerie Nuff and shamefully have only just gor round to posting it (bad blogger I know)... Anyway here it is,
  1. Link to the person who tagged you.

  2. Post the rules on your blog.

  3. Write six random things about yourself.

  4. Tag six people at the end of your post and link to them.

  5. Let each person know they've been tagged and leave a comment on their blog.

  6. Let the tagger know when your entry is up.
* If I go to the shop to buy a bar of chocolate I will feel it to make sure that it is not broken.. If it is I will have to look for another bar as I cant possibly eat a bar that has been broken. I have no idea why this i but it is just the way I am.

* I am a mean Mummy ans let my children sort out their own arguments ( I can hear one going on upstairs right now...he he he)

* If I had my dream job I would be working in a museum, I would want to work with the children who visit for the day.

* I love to bake and will spend many a relaxing hour it the kitchen.

* My sister used me as an example in her Counselling Portfolio when she was doing some work on people with OCD. I think that it is perfectly normal to want to have clean hands and wash your hands a gazillion times a day. I mean if you had my job and you saw where children put their hands you would wash too. hehehehe

* I love to read about the Amish way of life. I dont think it is an easy idealistic way of living but there is something about it that interests me.

Ok so I am supposed to link to six other lucky duckies, but y'all know I am a rule breaker and now the argument upstairs has turned into tears for the benefit of Mummy to hear and come and see what is happening... Oh the joys of parenthood... If you want to join in then please do so..
I am off to be a peacekeeper...


Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

Hi Sarah - love your random things! Hope the peacekeeping mission went ok! Lucy x

Anonymous said...

I also have an interest in the Amish way of living. There are a lot of ideas we can get from them. Not only being self-sufficient but simplicity, family values, and being neighborly. My husband grew up a few minutes away from an amish community in Iowa. We visited it once together. Really neat!

periwinkle said...

I'm sorry but I don#t care how my chocolate is , broken smashed whole - it's all yummy :-)
lisa x