Sunday, 28 August 2011

Day 5 of Pick Four blog hop

Good morning everyone. I hope everyone who is in the path of Irene stays safe and there is not too much damage.

 I'm sorry we have had such an early start today, but we have a long journey ahead of us.  Today's host is Bejewelled Barb, and she has given me permission to tell you that she lives on the moon.  I thought this might be an area that many of us have heard of, but none have visited, so here are a few facts I have gathered.
  • It is widely believed to be made of cheese.
  • Only 12 humans are known to have walked there.
  • We will definitely need our pj.s tonight, as the average night time temperature is -153C.  I wonder how many quilts Barb has for us to use?
  • Have you all remembered to bring your bottles of water cos we're going to need them?  Although there are lots of  "seas" on the moon, none of them are made of water.
Now let's go and meet Barb, and see what she has to say about the book.  Don't forget that she is also going to give one of you the chance to win an autographed copy.  

OK, we're almost there, but there's just time for me to remind you of the itinerary for the tour.

    9 comments:

    1. Barb is a fun blogger. I enjoy following her "tales."

      Happy blog hopping!

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    2. Always wanted to visit the moon ......

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    3. I've been to visit Barb....loved the interview she did with you. Congrats on your book!

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    4. I'm enjoying the blog hops and the tidbits you post each day. I'm not surprised to hear that Barb lives on the moon!

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    5. Enjoying the hop very much, Sue. Congrats on such a fabulous book.

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    6. Ha! Barb is so funny. Wonder how many quilt shops are in her neighborhood?

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    7. I've been following Barb since before the earthquake/tsunami in American Samoa - terrific blog. I only wish she had ended up here in Texas - maybe someday. 8)

      Susan in Texas

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    8. Love Barb's blog! Great fun! What a great interview! Enjoyed it and loved learning more about what a great quilter you are.

      Have a super great sewing and stitching day.

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