Wednesday, July 16, 2008

It's a circle of love!

Remember the interview of BlissChick I posted?

Well, if you click here, you can read the one she did of me: It makes me sound super-special, and now I love the BlissChick even more than I did before - it's a circle of love!

I think there are grammatical errors in this post, bear with me, late-tired-incoherent.

7 comments:

Diane said...

Hi Nadine!
Loved the interview! It was great to read about your experiences. Best of luck in your new home (and way to go for having the courage to move)! Bliss out!

carlikup said...

Thanks for sharing yourself with us. You are truly a brave and inspiring soul!

Carla

Linda Sama said...

nice, nadine! hope you are well in Oz....

I'm in the process of planning my next trip to Ma India, this time for about 2-3 months, then on to Tanzania, hopefully! (to see a friend I made the first time I was at KYM in 2005.)

Linda Sama said...

p.s. and you look great in your photos!

Pink Heels said...

Love the interview!

Kat said...

Great interview Nadine. Hey, you are super special!

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