Last week, I launched a new series on One Fine Day -- Ten Random Things. And just as I'd hoped, my readers and fellow bloggers stepped up to the challenge. Have I ever told you how tickled I get when you all want to get involved? I had the best time reading through your random factoids. In an effort to make this bloggie community a tight-knit crew, I'll feature someone new each Tuesday. Buckle up, buttercup!
Today, I'd like to introduce you to blogger, Ali Bronska, from A Dash of Details.
10 Random Things: Ali Bronska
- I was born and raised in Scottsdale, Arizona, and lived within the same 5-mile radius until I was 18 years old.
- If it was acceptable, I would eat noodles with butter and a pinch of salt every night. I may become overly obese, but it would be well worth it.
- P tells me I have an addiction to buying striped shirts, and he may be right. I have to confess that I own ten blue-and-white stripe shirts.
- When I was only three years old, I put on my first pair of ballet shoes. I grew up in my dance shoes and to this day I wish I was a professional ballerina.
- Being a dancer growing up, you can imagine that I was a super girly girl. I have a secret that most people who know me do not know -- I still have my bow collection from when I was a little girl. There are pink ones, and green ones, polka dots -- you name it and I had it.
- A few years ago I was fortunate enough to study in Italy and travel to fourteen different cities during five months abroad. My favorite place I traveled to was Cinque Terre, a city of five towns built into the mountains. It is the most magical place I have ever been.
- I have a confession, I am terrible at tennis (well why I am being honest, all hand/eye sports). I have tried, practiced, and attempted to play but I am just awful.
- I dream of someday opening an art gallery and event space, not of my art but with artwork of talented artists who love what they do.
- When I was growing up my dad was an architect. Every weekend he would pull out his water colors but he wouldn't let me use his "good paints". When I graduated college my dad bought me my own set of nice watercolors.
- Whenever I feel defeated or get discouraged at times I remind myself to "Never Forget That I Am Awesome".
How can you go wrong with stripes, bows, art, and carbs?
Around here, you're in good company, Ali! Thanks for sharing.
Be sure to follow Ali's blog -- I'm addicted, and I just know you'll love it!
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