Comment: Thank you so much! I'm glad you were able to get back to us :) I really enjoyed your answers. Some of my answers were totally opposite but I could see from your viewpoint and it gave me another way of looking at the questions. :)
Comment: Talk about a walk down memory lane on this swap. I remember my date for this movie when it first came out:-) I enjoyed this swap. Thank you for your board. I loved the Star Wars clock. Another neat topic for a swap.
Please accept my apology for my delay in rating.
Comment: Thank you for hosting this swap. I loved the handmade hat and gloves. Hot and humid hear in Illinois. Hope you are enjoying cooler weather your way.
Response: Actually, we've been 'enjoying' a mini heatwave here in the UK. I say it like that because it's far too hot for me, but I know I shouldn't complain - we've waited so long for some kind of summer! x
Comment: Ok your rock cow pin was the cat's meow!!! I loved it. And I want to visit those colored rocked shore lakes in glacier State park Montana. Thank you for sharing with me on this swap and also for joining.
Happy Memorial Day,
Comment: Great board. I too enjoyed creating this board. I believe bacon should be its own food group. I had to repin a few of your pins as they looked so delicious I will have to give them a try
Comment: Cute toys - and a lot of them! I think you must be in my daughter's generation because I recognize some that she either had or wanted (she loved her Strawberry Shortcake doll, and she had little rubbery figures of all the characters - they had wires inside so they could be posed). Thanks for sending!
Comment: This is a book I have had on my Â´want to read this listÂ´ for a long time - so your recommendation put it on the top of the list again :) And thanks for the recommendations; I have read Roald Dahl, but never anything of Pratchett. I have a friend in highschool who was addicted to his books, but somehow I never go to reading them.
Comment: Loved your songs! They were interesting and had great beats one of them also gave me and idea for my sociology teacher. It is interesting seeing different types of music that I have not heard, but I usually just hear what is on the radio. :D Soulwax-Krack LOOOOOVVVVEEEEDDDD IT!!
Response: Glad that you have been inspired. Good luck! x
Comment: Hello Lucy,
Aoife, hmm what a unique name...Where does it originate from and the meaning of it? :D It was a delight reading your baby names. Happy swapping! :D
Response: Turns out i got the pronounciation wrong! It's pronounced EE-fya. It is of Scottish, Irish and Gaelic origin and the meaning of Aoife 'beautiful, radiant' from aoibh meaning beauty. The name has also been associated with Esuvia, a gaullish goddess and was borne by several heroines in ancient Irish legend. Eva is the anglicized form.
Comment: I love how descriptive your answers are and I really like your phrase "proper rubbish". I may take to using it, if you don't mind! Your job sounds really great, too.
18.If you were an office supply, what would you be?
>I'd be a hole punch to release quick burst of anger. And obviously to eat paper too. Nom.
<--This answer made me laugh out loud!
Comment: Thanks! I love how many songs you included, it made this a lot of fun! You also included a lot of bands I'd never heard which was amazing. I'm usually a fan of much slower, quiet music but some of these were a fun change :)