This is now really a new challenge for me, something more than getting awards! Thank you
The rules in this game are: You get tagged and you will tag (5) others - it’s that easy! But in between you also have to write something about yourself, something most people think, they don’t know about you. If you don’t want to expose your darkest sides – show only the sunny side of you, maybe they ever find out the other stuff.
O.k.….well, then let’s starts!
What You Don’t Know about Me is:
I was born in
“Southern Boy”. He is the best thing what could happen to me in the last 7 years!
I love to travel – that must be the Hungarian Gypsy blood - and I have visited many countries in
I speak 5 languages: Hungarian, German, French, Italian and now English. Some of the languages need a little brush up from time to time – that’s why would be great to take some trips again!
I served in the Swiss Army from 1981 - 1988. And some of my friends still call me: “The Little General”.
My biggest passion in life was always photography. I got my first KODAK camera (old and used) as a gift for my 12th Birthday. I was so happy and started running through many, many film rolls, in black and white, of course. Back then I already knew that one day I would be a “real” photographer! Today, I have changed all my equipment to the D-NIKON family.
My photo blog will soon be 1 year old! Only a few days left until the HAPPY ANNIVERSARY cake! Please visit me on the 28th of September to celebrate with me!
I have two wonderful kids, Jeannine (38) and Daniel (33) and two sweet grandchildren, two boys “Fabrice” (3) and “Janis” (1) and on the phone they always say: “Hi America Grosi”! Grosi means”Granny”.
My goal in life was always to not work at a regular job past 50 years old. I almost made it, I was 51 when I stopped and came over here to this wonderful country
Something that can make me really angry is when somebody is too late for an appointment and not on time! That’s the moment when I’m freaking out! It must be my “built-in” Swiss watch, I guess! To be on time means – for me – to show respect to the
waiting person, or at least call!
My biggest dream as a little girl was to get a BIG box of colored pencils – I have loved to draw since I was a kid!! But because my parents were very poor and because of certain very sad political circumstances that happened in the past, I never got THOSE pencils! Until 2001 – here in
And now I’m going to TAG:
Luciano Bove http://www.lucianobove.blogspot.com
John Craig http://craig-photography.blogspot.com
Rob Sellen http://robsellen.com
Theresa Hall http://skdd.wordpress.com