A lass from all over, originally Birmingham, with irish heritage, then York, Rochester in Kent and currently Essex. Mid twenties, work for The National Trust as a trainee warden and currently panicing at the slightly scary prospect of getting a real job.
I love life, I love people and I am always positive and cheerful. (Except when I'm not, but that isn't very often) Am somwhere between an ESFP and an ENFP in the summary of MBTI types. I am interested in everything and write rather sporadically, but the purchse of a new laptop may change this.
I solemnly covenant that at least 90% of my writeups shall be factual writeups and I shall enjoy writing them!
Many thanks to the following for deeming some of my w/u's worth C!
stupot (who gets a special mention because I was his first ever C! :o)
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Cool Man Eddie says Yo, the entire node Cleopatra's Needle, in which you have a writeup, was editor cooled. Your reward is knowing you're cooler than liquid nitrogen.
Cool Man Eddie says Yo, the entire node Cardinal, in which you have a writeup, was editor cooled. Your reward is knowing you're cooler than liquid nitrogen.
I node factual things, I have no daylogs or angsty rambles of any kind to my name. I wrote a poem once, but I'll stick to what I'm good at...
I like people, places, perculiarites, and ancient historic sites, with natural history being my staple at present, and favourite folk song lyrics, which possibly shouldn't be noded, but it's keeping alive the oral tradition, or something!
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Yay for Node-fu! - Pushed by that and Lady's Smock to Level 4 - 17th May 2005
He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven William Butler Yeats let it go--the e.e. cummings Defining the Problem After the Lunch Wendy Cope Stones Sylvia Plath Mrs Midas Carol Anne Duffy Ithaka Cavafy Reflexions Max Ehrmann
Ernest Shackleton Eddie Izzard Paul Gallico Bill Oddie David Attenborough William Horwood E.F. Knight Dylan Moran Roald Amundsen Spike Milligan Sir Francis Chicester Bill Bailey Ioan Grufudd C.S. Forester Ellen McArthur
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Devon Bishops Stortford York Kent Ireland Forest of Dean Devon Knowle Cambridge Anglesey Solihull Hatfield Forest Bicton Stratford-upon-Avon Rochester Essex Knaresborough Birmingham Bristol Brentwood Nantwich
Divine Comedy Kate Rusby Great Big Sea Hue and Cry Billy Bragg Flanders and Swann Maroon 5 Joni Mitchell Thea Gilmore Cara Dillon My Old Man U2 Annie Lennox Radiohead Hue and Cry Ben Folds Five Beethoven More Than Words Elvis Tanita Tikarum Levellers Madonna Alison Krauss Nina Simone Dinah Washington Einaudi Bluenote Debussey Soundtracks Ravel Heather Nova Haydn Sandy Denny Dylan Richard Thompson Levellers Faure Cake Show of Hands