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Award from Leigh:)

I was tagged with an award from Leigh. See her wonderful blog here. Basically I have to do two things:

1) List 5 addictions
2) Tag 5 other bloggers to do the same........aren't these always so much fun?

Ok....I've decided to put mine in order of 'most addicitve'

1) The Word.......I can't get enough of it......seriously!!!
2) Designing and Weaving fabric. These go hand in hand for me.
3) Spinning yarn!!!
4) Research on the computer.......this thing has ENDLESS information and fun stuff!!!
5) Ice Cream.......Chocloate Peanut Butter Cup from Stewarts.......probably an addiction I could do without:)

Ok.....now for my 'tagging'
1) Skiingweaver - Hey you silly snow chick!
2) Sherry Woodard Coffee - wonderful tapestry weaver
3) Woven -n-Spun - who is probably cranking socks out by the minute!!!
4) In Stitches - always an adventure!!!
5) Dot's Fiber to Fabric - check out what she can do with sock yarn!!!!

Comments

I have a little surprise for you. To see if you want to accept it, go to my latest blog post here:
http://talkingaboutweaving.blogspot.com/2009/03/another-pause.html
Hilary said…
Just found your blog.....I am a weaving addict....live in NY, dealer for Leclerc.....so of course, I felt right at home here.....then I read your favorite ice cream, and almost fell off my chair.....chocolate peanut butter cup from STEWART'S.....OMG....isn't it the best???
Love your blog.....will definitely come back.

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