Wednesday, 17 November 2010

my today and ... finally ... interview partners

~ after school fun by the river ~

~ a healthy meal of lentil soup and lettuce salad ~

~ oatmeal cookies; yum! ~

~ quiet time with pre-school maths (drawing mostly) and crochet ~

ok, ladies. I've got your interview partners ready (with the help of little slips of paper with our names on).
first of all, please accept my apologies for the delay;
after the whirlwind of the past two weeks, life has found a rhythm again.

now, I won't say who will be interviewing whom here;
I'll e-mail all the info you need
(if I don't have your e-mail, I'll leave you a comment).

some general guidelines:
~ it would be preferable if we could do it before the holidays.
~ you may arrange the interviews however you like; exchange e-mails and form your own rules as to who will ask the questions first, what the questions will revolve around and so on. if your partner is only interested in only one part of the interview, I could do the other one.
~ a little card swap would be nice but again it's up to you to decide.
~ together with your answers to your partner's questions, you may attach photos - maybe ones that appeared on your blog, or anything else you consider relevant; this way we'll get to know you better
~of course, you need to post the interviews on your blogs for everyone to read; if you don't have a blog, I can post it for you.
~ let me know when you've posted an interview so I can add a link.

I think that covers it!

thanks for playing along!

apart from my partner, I'll be glad to be interviewed by anyone else who's interested in my little existence.


ok, then!

let the fun begin!

I can't wait to hear from you!



marigold jam said...

What a lovely after school time you had. Reminded me of when I used to pick up my daughter from school and walk home across the common about 20 years ago!

Thanks for your e-mail - I will be in touch with my partner asap.


Relyn said...

Such a fun idea. Sorry I am too late. I am loving that funky, fun windmillish thing, too.

Georgianna said...

My, you certainly are living a whirlwind right now! I admire you doing it all so you can go to school and your husband is marvelous in this, too. Have a happy weekend ahead and thank you for visiting! – g

Cassie said...

Despite the obvious winter weather that playground looks to be in the most beautiful setting by the river. Our trees seem to bare today and the leaves are becoming all squashy underfoot rather than the crispness of Autumn - I fear Winter is truly very near. xx

Christina said...

ohh i can't wait to read the interviews. : )
such beautiful scenes of autumn, you have placed here.