OWOP or should I say HAWOP

So, this one week, one pattern thing isn’t really working out for me. It´s more half a week, one pattern. Or one week, plenty of patterns… I’ll tell you this much, this is not the time of the month to be wearing high-waisted pencil skirts, nuff said…

I’ ll destract you with some awards instead! Both Donna and Mary have awarded me these past few weeks, and I haven’t been able to do anyting about it until now. Thank you so much ladies!

So here it goes!

Donna awarded me with the Sunshine Award 2012, and for that one I am supposed to answer some fun questions:

 

Favorite Non-Alcoholic Drink: Tap water.

Facebook or Twitter: Definately Twitter. NOT a Facebook-fan, I’ ll tell you that!:-)

My Passion: More justice and fairness for everyone.

Getting or Giving Presents: Both.

Favorite Pattern: Ceylon. Or possibly Vi Mønster 1537

Favorite Day of the Week: Tuesday. It’s still in the beginning of the week, with all its possibilities, and I work from home all day. Love it!

Favorite Animal: Unlike many bloggers, I don’t have a pet. I do love dolphins and whales. Fascinating creatures.

Favorite Number: 14.

Favorite Color: As many others, I have a hard time picking just one color. Maybe tomato red? Or emerald green? This one was hard!

Favorite celebrity role model: eh… I generally don’t use neither “celebrity” nor “role model” as references much, so I got to pass on this one, I think.

Favorite Flower: Ranunculus

So, on to the next one. this is the Versatile blogger award, an award I’ve gotten previously as well. But I’ll be happy to share another random 7 facts about me:

  1. I love books, but read too few of them.
  2. I probably drink 4 liters of water a day. Sometimes even more.
  3. I believe that life’s too short for boring food.
  4. I have three older siblings.
  5. I’m lefthanded. I even play the guitar Paul McCartney-style.
  6. I love to watch work being done on construction sites.
  7. Cilantro is one of my absolute favorite herbs.

 

So, I´m guessing that most of you already have got these awards, as I am fairly late to respond, but if you feel like answering these questions, go right ahead, and consider yourself tagged! 🙂

 

0 Responses to OWOP or should I say HAWOP

  1. Oh, hurray, you’re a fellow cilantro lover! It seems like people either love it or hate it. I also like watching construction sites. I have dreams about stealing/borrowing an unattended forklift or backhoe and taking it for a ride. 🙂

  2. I think we call cilantro coriander in the uk. Am I right or is it something completely different? I too have not managed to keep up with owop. Just too hard for me – I can manage getting dressed but not very well!

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