Saturday, November 22, 2008

I've been tagged!

Well, I've been tagged by a very talented artist, Karen, whose blog is A Visual Journey. Karen ~~ I want to thank you for selecting me as one of the artists you tagged and I am flattered that you thought enough of me and my work to 'tag' me. Please visit Karen's blog as I find it very enjoyable and informative; I love following her writings about her journey as she paints so many beautiful things.

So, here goes....The Rules for tagging are:
1. Put a link in your posting about the artist that tagged you.
2. Write 5 -7 unusual things about yourself.
3. Tag 5 - 7 other bloggers and let them know.

Unusual things about me:
  • I changed careers from being an insurance adjuster to a computer programmer. Course I'm working on my third career in art now.
  • I have a huge phobia of all things bee/hornet/wasp...etc
  • Two years ago I spent 9 months training and showing our youngest basset hound to achieve a Rally Novice Title. Dog shows are way too much work for a non-professional dog handler as myself. We did earn the title, but I have retired from the dog show ring
  • 10 puppies don't intimidate me in the least; guess that's why I/we have 3 basset hounds. I love dogs and even though we have bassets, the bigger the dog the better for me.
  • My husband and soul mate is younger than me in age; however I know we have the same maturity level (kids at heart) and zest for life.
These are the artists I've tagged....I hope you enjoy their blogs as much as I do. They are very talented individuals.
MarilynM - My New Sky
Deborah Younglao - Daily Silk Painting
Karen Zima
Sharmon Davidson
Tracey Clarke


Tracey Clarke said...

Thanks, for the tag, Kathleen. It was great to know some things about you that I would not have otherwise.
Speaking of big dogs, I have an Englsh Mastiff. (Is that big enough for you?!) I love dogs. What a cool thing that you have shown your bassetts.

MarilynM said...

Hi Kathleen, thanks for tagging me! I knew we had a lot in common: my husband and I also love dogs (the bigger the better), and we did agility training for a while with our oldest, but retired. It was a lot of fun!.

As always, thanks for keeping me in mind.