The idea is that you ask in the comments for a letter and one is sent to you at random. You then blog about ten things you love beginning with that letter.
Natalie sent me the wonderfully curvy letter G
Football is an important part of my life. I've been a season ticket holder at Wolverhampton Wanderers for most of the last 15 years. This year I've seen lots of goals, and we are riding high at the top of the division. Fingers crossed we are still there at the end of the season. Goals make me happy :o)
2. Gardens and Gardening
I love having a garden. We now have lots of green grass where there was once mud and borders to plant in the spring. I am itching to get started.
My greenhouse was a gift from our next door neighbour. It was her husbands retirement present from work in the early 1980's. It had been sitting doing nothing on the other side of the fence for about 15 years since he died. I am very happy to give it a new lease of life. Last year it supplied me with tomatoes, chillis and cucumbers - the chilli plants are overwintering in there at the moment - although I'm not sure how well they are doing, as it has been as low as -11 degrees in there according to the thermometer. Hmm.
I love games, especially board games. Risk is a favourite but it is very hard to find who like to play! Tony refuses to play virtually anything except Mr & Mrs, which causes very amusing arguments. We played sardines on my 30th birthday - and lost my friend Kerry for what seemed like hours.
I am in a quandry over gowns at the moment - I had my heart set on making my wedding dress, but I tried on the most magical dress with my bridesmaids at the weekend. It made me very happy and I think I may have to buy it.
I loved my Geography A level and I did a Geography degree at Sheffield university. Unfortunately I don't get to use much of it on a day to day basis - but I can still point out a good glacial feature like a Roche Moutonne or a Drumlin when we go to the Lake District!
I haven't knit any yet, but I really want to.
Tomos and Denzel, they have to make you smile.
Just after university I bought my friend Cath two goldfish for her birthday. She called them Ruth & Cath. Ruth died, and then Cath was left with a goldfish called Cath - which made her seem particularly egocentric! It still makes me laugh to think of her explaining the whole story to anyone who wanted to know what her fish was called.
My groom-to-be is wonderful and I love him very much :o)
If you would like a letter, let me know in the comments and I'll send one over!