I have been thinking for a while that I’d like to create an ‘About’ page on my blog. My little blogger bio doesn’t really tell my readers much about me, but I’m not sure what people might want to know. Since this blog is a real outlet for me, I figure I’d like to share a bit more about myself.

So over to you – ask me a question!


It can be about sewing, my ‘real’ life, something random. Whatever! I’d love to hear from you – especially if you are one of those silent readers who hasn’t commented before.

If you get this post via email, you can just hit ‘reply’ and I will get your question. If you follow me via facebook or twitter, you can ask your question there.

I’m looking forward to hearing from you!

PS. Talking about following – apparently Google Friend Connect will cease to exist on March 1st. So if you follow me that way, you may wish to resubscribe – Email, RSS, Facebook, Twitter, or Bloglovin. Pop over to my sidebar and choose your weapon of choice. I have been using Bloglovin lately and I am really liking it, so it may be worth checking out!


8 thoughts on “Ask me ANYTHING!

  1. How are you different in 'real life' than in the blog world? (For me I think I use less exclamations marks in real life- If I spoke how I write on the blog, I'd sound very excited all the time! he he!) Jenny 🙂
    … I'd also throw in: What's your guilt pleasure and most embarrassing moment?

  2. I JUST made the switch to Bloglovin. It's so easy to use and I like how the blog roll looks. So… a question, huh? I wanted to see your space, but since Nanny Kate already asked about that, how about you tell me what your favorite song was as when you were 13. That's sure to get a laugh! Personally, I was a Backstreet Boys fan!

  3. Hi Ros – long time reader, first time contributor. More of a comment than a question really … your husband sounds just divine. Where did you meet?

  4. I would like to take a pillow cases and turn them into shoe bags. How would you do that for a person who does not sew.

    1. Hi Priscila, how do you want your shoe bags to look? How exactly do you plan to use them? Just trying to get a picture in my head of what you need the finished product to look. 🙂

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