I have to say, Natasha's names were much more exotic than mine :-)
Your Real Name: Lesley
Witness Protection Name:(mother and fathers middle names) Patricia John.
Secret Spy Name: (your first name spelled backwards) Yelsel
Nascar Name: (first name of your mother's dad, father's dad) Frederick John
Detective Name:(favorite color, favorite animal) Turquoise Otter ( ??).
Soap Opera Name:(middle name, county where you were born) Jane West Midlands (classy!).
Super Hero Name: (2nd fav color, fav drink, add "THE" to the beginning) The Pink Chardonnay.
Fly Name:(first 2 letters of 1st name, last 2 letters of your last name) Lece (er, what is a fly name?)
Street Name:(fav ice cream flavor, fav cookie) Ginger Lemon Puff (ha haaa!).
Rock Star: (current pet, current street) Meg Rosoman (liking that one!)
Porn Name: (1st pet, street you grew up on) Gretel Wheeler (mmmm...)
Your Gansta Name:(first 3 letters of real name plus izzle) Lesizzle (ooh scary gangsta!)
Your Goth Name:(black, and the name of one of your pets) Black Lightning (oh yeah!!)
Stripper Name: (name of your fav perfume/cologne, fav. candy) Ghost Minstrels (!!)
Ahem....think I like my rock star name best!
In other news, I received this gorgeous parcel of sparkly loveliness yesterday.
Emmapebble and I decided to do an unoffical swapsee. She got warm wrists and to look like Steptoe, while I got these divine jewels, to match the beautiful bracelet she gave to me at our big bloggy meet up last year - great swap Emma.....well, we never said it was going to be fair!!!
Now onto the romantic goings on in Moogshouse.
As you may have noticed, yesterday was St Valentine's Day and the shops were full of cute cuddly toys, beautiful red roses and romantically packaged yummy chocolates.
Being a practical sort of a man, Moogsdad wasn't going to fritter away his hard earned pounds on such trifles.
Oh noooo....he went one (or several) better than that.
He bought me this:
In his defence, yer honour, he had just suffered a week of me bleating about needing a new compost bin to put my vegi peelings in...and a week of dinners involving as little vegetable matter as possible, so that I didn't have to throw the peelings in the bin!
Of course, I couldn't let such a loving gesture go by unacknowledged could I?
By way of a suitably romantic reciprocation, I totally indulged him and bought him this:
We really know how to spoil each other :-)
Before I go - look who we found, playing in the Action Man fort, during our big garden clear up yesterday.....
.....yay, it's Glastonbury Barbie!!!
One more thing - please go and visit Maria - she's hosting a great quilting project for the Bushfires Appeal.