I am shocked to announce that I have been Freshly Pressed.
What? What just happened?
I don’t know. I don’t quite understand how posts are chosen, but chosen was one of mine and for that I am entirely unable to respond in a sensible or meaningful way. I have been babbling in a dark corner since I found out.
Anyway, thank you to WordPress, and welcome to any visitors – I am the Electronic Bag Lady (EBL for short). Please come on in and find a chair. People will shuffle up to make room. We’re a friendly bunch and very snuggly. The kettle is always on, and there are biscuits in the tin. Or fruit if that’s your poison. If it is, I’ll have a word with you later when things get quieter.
What is life like in EBL Towers? If you fancy any or all of the following you may want to come by more often:
- I try to post at least monthly in support of Bloggers for Peace organised by Kozo over at everydaygurus.com
- I tend to ramble meaninglessly about life as an IT Project Manager in the UK Public Sector
- I live in God’s Own County of North Yorkshire (northern England) so that will regularly appear in posts as well. Just so you know – you never ask if someone is from Yorkshire. If they are, they soon tell you; if they are not, there is no need to humiliate them.
- I suffer from depression so may appear a little dark and sombre at times. Be gentle. I hope one day to contribute to the Mental Health Awareness blog project but am not there yet.
- I care for a demented mother. I may have a moan about that now and then. I need to let it out.
- I acquired a partner (Sigoth) and Offspringses earlier in life and they have made living worthwhile.
- I also suffer from nostalgia so keep telling stories about my younger days. Often the same one repeatedly. I am currently 51 in case you care to put that into perspective.
- You will not then be surprised to learn that I also enjoy researching my family tree.
- I am participating in the Quaker Alphabet Project 2014, reflecting on life as a British Quaker in (you’ll never guess) 2014! What – you did guess? Great, I like smart people. They give me hope. Please stay.
- I knit, so the occasional knitted product is presented to my grateful audience – enjoy!
- I am teaching myself Old English, what was spoke by the likes of Alfred the Great and the Venerable Bede. Because I can, in case you ask.
So have a look around my other posts and see if you want to be friends. It would be great if you called by more often. Say hello in the comments and tell me a bit about you too.