Pretend art and other things celebrating my weirdness, I mean uniqueness
Wednesday, June 06, 2007
Taggy info from Pina Calana
Chill24 tagged me. Here's my list of 7 habits or facts.
1. This is my first time participating in a blog tag thingy.
2. I sometimes take advantage of my high voice on the phone when organizations call for donations. Just last week someone called and asked if my mommy or daddy was home. I said no...just no, nothing else. They promptly said they would call back later and hung up.
3. I don't enjoy organizing and finally came to the conclusion that maybe I shouldn't have hobbies that require extensive organization, i.e. altered books, collage.
4. I hate writing and it takes me HOURS to write a letter. In fact, this is taking a long time. Hence, I'm not into instant messaging.
5. I'm realizing I only like books and movies with violence if they are based on a true story. Yes, I did love Laura Ingalls Wilder books when I was growing up. My husband says I only like nicey-nice movies.
6. I also love to travel and miss that. We would go on lots of vacations when I was growing up.
7. I wash my hands all the time and am a little germophobic when it comes to some things such as nose-picking.
There; that's seven. Please play along and list seven things (habits or facts or whatever) on your blog or the comment section.
p.s. Now that I'm done, I can think of a lot more things to put down...I'm sure my husband can also think of some of my habits that bug him. Too late, I'm only listing seven.
Visit Yosemite or, oh heck, visit every national park in the U.S.
A really good pot is in the details. --Doug Casebeer at the Ceramics Workshop in Jamaica '10
There's only one way to grow while making art: take risks and allow yourself to make a lot of bad work, then look at it. I consider what is working well, what missed the mark or confused the reading, what needs to be adjusted on the next one. --Linda Arbuckle in The Penland Book of Ceramics
All great actions have been simple, and all great pictures are. --Ralph Waldo Emerson