Sorry for the blog overload today folks, am on a bit of a roll! So this is it, the last post of the Alphathon and later will be my last entry for Three Things February…what a leap day huh? I’m already thinking of a good blogging idea for when I’m travelling, I was thinking maybe a ‘best bit, worst bit’ blog every day (or whenever I have internet access) but if you have a better idea please do let me know!
So the last three options are…
Katy S – (time for bed said) Zebedee! What’s your favourite thing you’ve finished? A book, a craft… anything!
Katy P – Zoooom…we’re in 1998, describe you and your life.
Peg – Zero gravity – what do you think it’d be like floating in space? Would you like to try it?
In 1998 I was in my final year of primary school, we’ve had a few blog themes that centre around that age so I’ll give this one a miss. Peg, honest I think zero gravity would be fun for about 5 minutes and then I’d get bored and annoyed that the pages of my book kept floating and I couldn’t pour my tea. So, Katy…Zebadee it is!
I can’t think of my ‘favourite’ thing (as previously mentioned, I’m awful with favourites!!) so I shall tell you my most recent. This time last year (almost exactly actually) a group of ladies and I started a Circle Journal. This is a craft project where each of you decorate a page of a book for someone else on a particular theme, There were six of us in our circle, the general theme was Glastonbury, and within that people chose topics such as Hidden Glasto, Tell me a Glasto Story and Glasto Bucket list. It’s been really fun to receive a new project every couple of months and have an excuse to get creative, share a story or advice and see/read what others have done. Last week I completed my last page and received my own journal back! It’s so pretty!! It’s really nice to think that I will forever have it as a reminder of a fantastic summer, good friends and generally, fun times in a field!
Actually I’ve just thought, that’s not my most recent at all. Last night I finished a chevron friendship bracelet for a friend of mine. I haven’t made a friendship bracelet since I learned at summer camp in 2007 and even then only made half chevrons so I was really pleased with myself. It’s not my neatest work, but it was well received and proudly sported, what more can you ask for eh?
So that’s it! Alphathon complete, I hope you have enjoyed it as much as I have, and thank you to my fellow bloggers, as always, for taking part and helping to keep me entertained! As soon as Fiona has caught up and Katy finishes I shall update you on the scores on the doors, but for now, adieu!