3 I'm a closet Queen Fan. There could only ever be one Freddie * * ~~**~~ [that's my little rhapsody] and his songs are silk and steel.
4 I learned to embroider in silks from my great-aunt. I'm not sure she'd approve of the way I developed this into bead embroidery with lots of sparkle and glitter. This one is inspired by a Turkish folk song about the mountains and the town far below.
5 My mother's family are Welsh and they all sang in choirs. My aunt was a trained opera singer - but to everyone's consternation, I can't sing a note.
6 Perhaps the Welsh side comes through a bit as I love voices and never know anyone until I know their voice.
7 I love exploring small, out-of-the way countries, that still maintain their old traditions. Recently I went to Albania and was delighted by so many picturesque places from Shkodra in the north to Sarande in the south. Here's a photo of Mount Tomorri, taken from the massive citadel of Berat.
And now, it's my pleasure to introduce these Bloggers whose delightful blogs deserve the same kind of recognition.
http://www.rosie-dean.com/ Writer of romantic comedies.
http://elizabethcaulfieldfelt.wordpress. : reading, writing and no arithmetic
http://paulamartinpotpourri.blogspot.co.uk/ Writer of contemporary romance
http://nicolaslade.wordpress.com/ Nicola Slade's Winchester mysteries
http://janerisdon.wordpress.com/author Jane Risdon
https://alyseinion.wordpress.com/ Alys Einion
http://writemindswriteplace.wordpress.com/ Elaine Everest
http://suzietullett.com/ Suzie Tullett
http://marilynbrant.blogspot.co.uk/ Marilyn Brant
http://elizabethhanbury.blogspot.co.uk/ Elizabeth Hanbury