Ten random facts is the challenge in a game of blogging tag, and this time I’m it. Hmm, random. Would that be interesting? Or just random? I shall leave you to judge. Thanks to Rosalind Adam for tagging me.
Depsite the ‘random’ challenge, I couldn’t resist trying my hand at a little classification. I’m a bit rusty, but here is the Dewey Decimal guide to me.
Next to be tagged – see below.
The church in which I was married burned down a few months later and was never rebuilt. (The records were saved!)
340 – Law
In the 70s, two friends and I were banned from entering Switzerland for
6 months. (P.S. Drugs were not involved!)
I have never broken anything bone-wise. Touch wood. Nor has any of my family.
(As for teeth – too numerous to mention)
664- Food technology
I don’t like tea. I am not very good at making tea. If you come to call, choose
While working as a trainee in the Bodleian Library, I unearthed some long lost photographs by a master (or mistress) of photography.
I had my first golf clubs when I was ten. They came from the golf club factory
at the end of our road.
820– English Literature
My sister reviews books for New Books magazine (okay that’s not me, but hope it’s allowed under degrees of separation rules?)
I live on a new(ish) estate. From the main road to our house there are 13 speed
942– British History
I was born on the day of the Queen’s coronation and had my picture in the local paper that week with a dozen others who came into the world at the same time. In fame terms, I may have peaked too early.
o2o – Library science
Is my erstwhile profession. Guilty as charged.
So who’s next?
Two old blogging friends:
Maureen at Random Distractions (obviously!)
Writer, artist and poet Kit Domino
Two new campaign buddies
Helen, pen name Jo Anna
And (if she has the time) indefatigable writer and editor Jo Derrick at The Yellow Room Editor