So here's a story - it's about me of course, and will answer a teeny amount of confusion. On UKS and other forums I join, and here of course, and most importantly on the back of cards that I make and subsequently sell, I am Julia Dunnit. Actually, I rarely sell cards anymore, and even more rarely bother to stamp a witty 'handmade' stamp and write my name on the back of each card. Probably the two are connected. But when I do 'create' something daahling, if I have to, I sign it Julia Dunnit. Done it, see? Because I did do it. (are you with me? Hang on, it gets even more yawn inducing.) When I started this blog thingy, it seemed natural to use my forum name because it's kinda my craft persona (sorry, I know how that reads!), my family begged me to protect them from my interweb rambling (actually they threatened me) and hell, I like it - it's a tiny affectation when you compare it to some. Give me a while, I'm sure I can come up with something to prove this point. Way back when I had the shop, there was a transatlantic Dunnit team, we had embroidered aprons so you could tell us apart and it was the start of me and my lovely American sister's dreams to have a shop called Sissy Dunnit's. But it's not my real name; the primary beneficiary named on the his life assurance poilicies is Mrs Julia Budd. Which is why I've changed my Facebook profile to show my real name. Believe it or not - and I hardly can myself - I have friends who don't craft, don't read my blog and certainly don't realise that I'm using a silly made up name. So they're rejecting me out of hand on Facebook; and I can't bear it! No really, it just makes sense doesn't it, if I'm ever going to warm to FB and get something out of it, it might help if the friends I try to hook up with know it's me. Bet you wish you hadn't asked now! But, that's me folks!
And now for something completely different: (yeah, I'm glad too!)
See this cute set of drawers? They're 3 foot tall (93cms to the under forties) from floor to top of cane sidey bit thingys. If you live within a striking distance of me that would make it worth your while, you can have 'em. We could meet half way or summat if you'd like. I'd be easy to spot...I'd be slightly taller than my companion - a three foot set of wicker drawers! Anyway, they're now looking for and free to, a good home.