Friday, 22 March 2013

Ask me anything ...

So this may be an epic failure or a huge success, but I've noticed other bloggers doing similar posts and while i'm not one to normally follow if it helps you get to know me, the girl behind the blog a little more all the better. I know I've been blogging on here for four years but there might be something you've always wondered or been dying to ask and now is your chance.

Basically I'm turning this post other to you - so ask me anything. Maybe about moving to the US, American life, vintage stuff to any hobbies or bad habits I might have. Literally anything. The nosier the better I say and I'll answer them all in another post (as long as I actually get some questions that is ...).

Leave your questions below in the comments box.


  1. I've always wondered whether you have always had a background in vintage or it's something you've grown more fond of since moving to America?
    I find it fascinating to see some of your finds - especially the garage sale ones. Did you shop second-hand in the UK? (charity shops etc)

  2. I'd love to know the answer to Alice's question!
    I'd like to know your five dream dinner party guests (living or dead), what you'd feed them and what you'd have playing as a soundtrack! xxx

  3. Questions, questions! :-) I'd love to know if you're a 'collector' by nature? Do you find yourself with 3 or 4 of something and feel the urge to collect more or is that just limited to certain things, like your beautiful vintage compacts?

    Jem xXx

  4. Ok, this one is going to sound weird and stalker-ish, but what the hell. So many things you write about and say on twitter remind me of ... well.... me. So, I want to know, are you a Libran? Random, what can I say?

  5. Top five things to do in Detroit?

  6. You may have covered this in a post and I have missed it, in which case I apologise. It is me being a bit nosey, but I love a good love story and the story of you and your husband and what you have both gone through to get where you are now. I would love to know how you both met?

    Liz. x

  7. Hi thanks for commenting on my blog, I am now following you. It's great to speak to another English girl who is now in America. I'm really looking forward to my move.
    I have a question about your move obviously.
    What was the hardest thing about moving? And does it get easier? Did you settle in okay or was it a bit of a shock? I am aware that's more than one question haha sorry.
    I'm worried about being lonely over there :-(

    Beki x