Monthly Archives: January 2011

Fiction or Fact… Fact or Fiction…

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I’m supposed to be writing a “fact or fiction” blog post… but I really don’t know what to write about that.  So, I thought I’d play a little game instead…  Here’s what I’m gonna do, I am going to write a statement regarding something about my my life, could be personal, business, who knows… but it will be something about me…  You tell me if it’s fact or fiction…  don’t worry if you’ve never met me before, you have a 50/50 chance of getting each answer correct, right?

The person who gets the most questions will win a little prize I haven’t decided what yet but I hope you won’t be disappointed.  So here we go:

  1. I am owned by 4 Shar Pei dogs
  2. I’ve been married for almost 25 years 
  3. I have 5 or 8 tattoos depending on how you count them
  4. I hate milk
  5. I have a degree in graphic design
  6. I opened my store after only making beads for 18months
  7. I am one chicken away from being a vegetarian
  8. I wish I lived in Hawaii – okay, who doesn’t?  You can’t get this one wrong the answer starts with an “f” 😆
  9. My hubby did live in Hawaii
  10. I’ve lived in California my entire life

Okay… go!  Please don’t forget to leave your email addy so I can contact you if you’re the winner!

I’ll choose choose the winner… some time on Sunday January 16 and let you know sometime around 2 Pacific time…  =)   Good luck!!

Happy New Year!!

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See ya 2010… I can’t say I’m sorry to see you go…  :p

I got to sleep about 1:30am… not my choice, I have assholes for neighbors.  But let’s not go there today 🙂

Hubby took me to San Pedro (the edge of Palos Verdes) to go to the tide pools… we’ve gone every January first for about 4 or 5 years now.  I got a huge stash of shells, sea glass, and urchin “shells” this time… don’t worry, I didn’t take anything that was alive… and we always tread lightly.

 An amazing view of Catalina
And a seagull
 Lots of sea stars

 Inside of this clam shell an itty bitty sea urchin found a home
Look, there were hundreds!  And they’re purple!!
Mussels and some sort of shorty type seaweed… kinda looked like moss.