Wednesday, June 17, 2009


I've been blogging for over a year now and feel like I have shared a lot of my life with you.

However, as I read some blogs out there I always seem to want to know more about the person. Who are they really?

Are you like that too? Have you wanted to ask me something but didn't want to be to nosey?

Have you ever wondered silly things like, why don't I eat meat, how did I start decorating cakes, what got me in ghost hunting? Or even personal things like, how did I end up living with my sister?

Well now is your chance to ask. I'm going to answer any and all questions.

Don't be shy! Go ahead and ask away. You don't even have to raise your hand and wait for me to call on you. Just yell it out.

What is it that you want to know about? Anything?



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Tracey said...

Why did you start blogging?

Debbie said...

Yes...yes and yes!! I want answers to all of those questions you asked? I am new and don't know the answer to any of them! I also wonder about others like you do tell....come on...out with it!???

Lindsay-ann said...

Hi Joanne
I would like to ask you what it is like living in California. Is it the perfect life there? When we see California on TV it looks so glamorous. I would also like to know about your pool. Do you use it often? I imagine when it's really hot it must be lovely to cool down in your own pool. I would love to know the answers to the questions you mentioned in your post too. I look forward to your answers.

Glenda said...

1. Have you ever been engaged or married.

2. Did you attend Collage ?

3. What's the craziest thing you've ever done, that people my be shocked to know or do themselves ?

Ciao Baby

Brenda Pruitt said...

Well, I just now found you through todays Cloche Party. And I always want to know more too. But it seems like bloggers in this particular genre don't give much of "themselves", just their home & garden. So let's break that mold! (Maybe we should have a "let's get to know everyone better party!") I would like to know who you are and what you do and all that. So's I can get to know you, as I'm just now meeting you. You know, it's nice putting a face to people we read. But a face is just a face; it isn't the essence of the person.