Monday, September 20, 2004

I've been reading Bellus Animus and got inspired to do something similare. So, what would you like to know about me? Is there anything at all? I'll blog about the three first questions i get in the comments. So fire away....

(please help me gods...what have i done!)


Maisey said...

Ok, I dare you....Your first trip to Ireland and your first meeting with Jamie :-)
Love you both

Eleanor said...

Mary got the question I was going to ask in here first, so let me try to think of another ... hmmm... Ok, since you're going to tell her about your first meeting with James, how about carrying on that theme and talking about the things you found most unusual or difficult to adjust to, marrying someone from a different country? I'm sure that there must be some funny stories in there somewhere! :-) My husband is English and, even though Canadian culture is rooted in England to a large degree, there were still a few little odd things that took some adaptation. Like, different ways of using certain words and his temperature sensitivity. Being born and raised on the Canadian Prairies, I have far more tolerance for cold than he does. So, we are always taking turns at turning the thermostat setting up and down in winter. Food is another thing. He absolutely refuses to accept rice or pasta as a substitute for potatoes, and forget casseroles made with them. If the spuds aren't there, it isn't food! I could go on for days about this stuff, but you have the idea, I'm sure. :-)