Who’s this blabbering maniac?

I am a bitch, I’m a lover, I’m a child, I’m a mother, I’m a sinner, I’m a saint, and some lyrics from the 90s are still stuck in my head. I do fit the descriptions listed, and even more as well, I could add I’m a student, I’m a sister, and I talk more than the average person (I say person as that also include men, as I’m not sure I talk more than the average woman). This is my place to vent, and hopefully, also to learn. All feedback is appreciated, especially constructive feedback in forms of tips, tricks or of some other creative sort.

But for those of you who prefer a straight answer, I’m 26, a student in the school of life (but also with a few degrees from formal schooling as well), a mother to a two year old son, and I’m married.

11 thoughts on “Who’s this blabbering maniac?”

  1. So glad you commented on my page so I could read YOUR blog! Love it!

  2. Hi Anne, Very glad to have stumbled upon your blog too! Your photos are gorgeous. 🙂

  3. Thanks for visiting my “punny” photoblog and leaving a “like.”

    John: TheDailyGraff.com

  4. Hi Anne – we received the wonderful give away prize that you sent 🙂 Thank you so much. Some disappeared in a flash (helped along by some small dolls); the magic of fjords is beautiful and very reminiscent of the BC coastline, also a fjordland. My wife brought me a present from her recent trip to Iceland – a jar of aðalbláberja sulta which makes us wonder if the blabbers in your name might be a play on blueberry. Thanks again 🙂

    • I’m glad it has arrived, I was starting to worry about the postal service in this country… And I’m glad you liked it 🙂 I have not given any thought myself to the similarity of blabber and ‘blåbær’, they do sound very similar. However, I don’t think they’re etymologically related. ‘Blåbær’ simply means blue berries while blabber I would assume is onomatopoeic and imitating the sound of someone speaking much and quickly (hence ‘blah blah’). I have blabbed quite alot about blueberries lately though, so maybe one still evokes the thought of the other 😉

      • Oh well, and I thought it was a sly pun of some kind 🙂

        Was it you that had a recipe for what I think of as Finnish style blueberry pie – thin and flat – in a post last year? It just seems like berries crop up on your blog a lot.

      • It’s the season for berries now so I have to work with them while they’re still fresh and ripe. I will be moving on to plums very soon. I haven’t featured any pies, but I could. I made a killer rhubarb pie not too long ago that really deserves a few words!

      • Anne – you will recognise elements of this post, which also originates from this household: http://quimperhitty.wordpress.com/2012/08/25/apple-pip-in-august/. Thanks again for the package 🙂 If you poke around this blog in the more recent posts, you will find wild blueberries in Iceland, and more distant ones feature local species like salmon berries.

        Rhubarb pie is one of my favourites. Unfortunately our rhubarb is doing very poorly this year.

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