Thursday, April 19, 2012

Send Something Good

   I love participating in parcel swaps and so I'm so excited to be able to participate in Send Something Good which is being hosted by Gentri , Kaitlyn and Kristy. Apparently 160 other bloggers have also joined in on this. The idea is we get partnered up with a secret blogger. They don't know we have their name and we don't know who has us. We can spy on their blog, attempt to make friends secretly with them and get to know them a bit more. With the information we've gathered from them we personalize a package for them, send it in the mail and hope they love everything in it. I'm so excited with the gal that was chosen for me. She seems like such a doll! :)
     Here's the ten things about me bit:
   1) I'm a fashion design student, graduating in 9 days!
   2) Obviously I love to sew! :)
   3) I have an amazing hubby.
   4) My favorite sweets are basically be anything covered in chocolate
   5) I'm a history lover, I wouldn't say a history buff as there's only a few areas I really know much about. But regardless I eat that stuff up.
   6) I was born and raised in Saskatchewan, Canada and my heart forever belongs there.
   7) My favorit colour is mustard yellow.
   8) My not so ambitious goal is to train myself to wear heals and wedges during the summer months.
   9) I love vintage girly clothing.
   10) I am a twin...oh and my older brothers are twins too. :) 

18 comments:

jamie brooke said...

I love anything covered in chocolate as well!
And I also need to learn to walk in heels, I will probably end up falling on my butt a lot, but at least I can stand tall doing it! hahah

Sarah Bellamy said...

This is so interesting Teaka. How does one get invovled?

Katie said...

This looks like so much fun! I wish I could do it

Teaka said...

Hey Sarah,
I believe the sign up for this is already done as they've already given out the names. So sadly you've missed it. But sometimes these sort of swaps happen through out the year so just keep your eyes open. :)

Beverly said...

Two sets of twins in your family?!?! How fantab is that!!

Love this link up! YAYYY

patience said...

hello fellow canadian! it seems we are few and far between in this project :) i like your blog btw and also enjoy things covered in chocolate (mostly though, chocolate covered in chocolate...)

Kristy Lynn said...

congratulations on graduating! i just did that myself and it feels damn good! ;)

also: high five for canada! haha..

glad to have you participating in Send Something Good! Talk to you soon!

ginanorma said...

SO fun getting to know you! I didn't do the swap this time, but I did it back when Casey Wiegand and Crowley Party had one...they are SO fun!!! yay you graduate soon, congrats!

Gentri said...

Um, hi gorgeous photos! I still love that you are a fashion designer. Seriously, love it. :)

Kelsey Rosie said...

I love your goal for the summer. Who says learning to walk in heels/wedges isn't ambitious?? :).

xoxoKelsey.

Ioana-Carmen said...

I just love this! wanna follow each others blog?:X

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Deidre Edmunds said...

have you ever had chocolate covered sunflower seeds?

xo-Deidre deejmbl.blogspot.com

Terri said...

Oh wow, congrats on 1) graduating from school and 2) being so badarse that you're graduating with fashion design!

Send something good is definitely an amazing idea! I've found so many awesome blogs (yours included)

Nikki @ The Ginger Diaries said...

whoa, two twins in one family? And I've just totally tried to pronounce Saskatchewan 10 times but it never sounds right. Also, I'm a chocolate lover too. Easter is my high day, haha. Hope you had a great weekend! x

Nnenna said...

Congratulations on your upcoming graduation- you must be so very excited! :)

bonbon said...

Just found your blog through the do something good link up and am finally getting around to commenting! Such a cute space here. Absolutely love your opening picture at the top of your holding all the clothes. Congrats on graduation! YEA!

new follower :)
bonnie
bonnielouisa.blogspot.com

Donaville said...

I'm convinced that chocolate is what makes the world (or at least mine) go 'round.

lori said...

stopping by from the link up... early congrats on graduating! and you're a twin AND you have twin brothers?! how crazy!