Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Da Da DAH! Da Da Da DAH!... (Think to the Tune of a Striptease)



Today I’m a blog floozy and playing over at Flowerpress. Susie publishes a monthly Show and Tell of Aussie bloggers and this time it’s a no holds barred, bare-all from moi. (Without feathers. With clothes. So not as scary as you might at first think).

Thanks Susie.

20 comments:

Claire - Matching Pegs said...

A lovely profile Tania.

Unsurprisingly, I also love hanging washing on the line, but am not much chop domestically otherwise.

I love your red velvet wedding dress - I have been working with Jaffa Red velvet today - only making a humble scarf though, nothing as impressive as a dress.

Sounds like your Mum is clever with the sewing machine like my Mum - she also made my wedding dress, which featured a square neckline, but far less bold - it was mango-ish cream satin.

One Flew Over said...

Loved every word!

A Peppermint Penguin said...

Fabulous. Just like you!

Cheers,
AJ

jolijou said...

I love the interview!!!
AAAND I just found you and my favourite snakes-flying-out-of-car-windows-story in the first issue of KLEINFORMAT!! aaaaahh, I'm so proud!! (ok, the husband was raising eyebrows about my shrieking there). I'm absolutely yaying everything Susie says! Good luck with the quilt...
xxx
andrea

Angus in Northcote said...

you saucy minx. Great to see the fab wedding photo again.

CurlyPops said...

I read it and laughed out loud as I always do with your blog. You always manage to crack me up... where on earth dod you find that sense of humour? I want one too!

Nicky said...

Still laughing out loud - husband is now certain I am going mad - thanks for adding some light and laughter to my day(as your blog always does)

Mel said...

Yes! It was awesome! It made me stop knitting to read so you just KNOW it was good!

beck said...

I'm heading over there now sister, but I am mildly disappointed that I got the feather/clothes thing around the wrong way at first. I'm sure your winning ways will make up for it...xo

angela said...

With a teaser like that I headed over to take peek straight away : )

Great interview!! Beautiful red wedding dress and photo!

Thank you for your well wishes, yes let say begone lurgies, begone!
xx

Cute as Buttons said...

Thanks for the tip on another lovely blog. I laughed out loud and remembered some of those posts...evil car game included. I then burst into tears cause I was thinking how nice it is to have such positive, crafty, inspiring folk making up parts of my day. I'm probably just overtired and in need of a cup of tea but I do think you are a blessing Mrs M&E. Thanks ever so much. Lisa x

Sandrine said...

That is a fabulous interview, no surprise coming from Mrs T!!Thanks for sharing XX

Elizabeth said...

That was a great interview! Loved it! And the link to your post about traveling with the kids, which I had forgotten about, but will try to remember for our next car trip! Love your blog!!!!!

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

You to a t . Well , it was an interview , after all !

It was about time that the rest of the blogging world was introduced to M&E . They're in for a treat .

Lola Nova said...

Grand interview! Lovely to see you in that gorgeous dress, I too wore a red dress on my wedding day, I do believe it brings good luck, along with the rain that fell on that day.

I'm quite looking forward to seeing that quilt, I've been trying my best to work more on the fly as it takes me sweaty ages to pick just the right fabric and place it just so that nothing ever gets done.

All in all, lovely to read about you though, I was hoping for feathers.

Fer said...

Smashing interview! As ever witty and entertaining. :)

Nikki said...

You superstar, you!

Hey, (along with our shared penchant for scrubbing grouting with toothbrushes when there's work to be done) have we ever discussed our simultaneous 50-metre pool dreams? (I have a vague recollection... or is it imagined deja vu?).

sophie said...

loved it!

nikkishell said...

Fabulous!

Melanie Gray Augustin said...

Oh you really do make me chuckle! Loved it!