All About Me

So, I suppose I should tell you a little bit about me, you are after all reading my blog.

Who am I?   The age-old question that everyone asks, and a question that is sometimes very difficult to answer.  I will, on this page attempt to answer it in a nutshell.


Very Important Facts About Me That Are Totally True

  1. I am a unique and rare breed not only am I left-handed, but I’m also a curly red-head. I stand out in a crowd.
  2. I love Curly Wurly chocolate bars, it’s like they were made especially for me.
  3. I really did share the lift with a cat.
  4. I love a good thunder-storm, but it has to have the works wind, rain, thunder and spectacular lightning.
  5. Currently developing a liking for Elephants, I seem to keep buying Elephant orientated things.
  6. I don’t like Brussel Sprouts, but I will still eat two at Christmas time because my mum says so.
  7. I love polka dots.
  8. I own a pair of red sparkly shoes just like Dorothy ( since writing this, my dog has since eaten them)

Very Unimportant Facts About Me That Are Totally True But Not As Interesting

  1. My name is Bec and I am a nomad. I was raised in expat communities
  2. I absolutely love telling stories, whether off the cuff to my class ( Yes, that’s right, I’m a teacher) or typing them up and filing them in my projects folder.
  3. Interesting characters are what fuel a story for me. I can spend ages creating a character without a plot in mind.
  4. My high school English teacher was an inspiration to me.
  5. I took creative writing classes at Uni and loved them, then started teaching and found I had little time for writing. I am determined to change this.
  6. I’m a Teacher Librarian, and genuinely love going to work every day
  7. I play Mahjong.
  8. My dream is to have my books published so I can share a little bit of my quirkiness.



2 thoughts on “All About Me

  1. Thanks for liking my book-spine-poem. I think this “about”-page is the most inventive one I’ve ever seen in my entire life. So tons of thanks for liking my post and therefore finding my way to your blog.

  2. No problem, I love the idea of a book spine poem- I will probably get my students to do it when term starts again, it just makes a change from magnetic poetry!! Thanks for stopping by.

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