May 11, 2010

Introducing: The Friend

I (the Big Sister) would like to Introduce you to Pia, she is our newest Regular Contributor.  She is just a little older than me and we have at least two things is common: books and we both dance like maniacs. Please join us in Welcoming Pia, aka The Friend, to the Books for Walls Project!


Favorite Book: A Wrinkle In Time, Madeleine L'Engle 
Current Favorite Book Series: The Mysterious Benedict Society, Trenton Lee Stewart 
Favorite Book Genre: Mystery 
Favorite Author: Roald Dahl (I think that's how you spell his name)

Favorite Place: The Crystal Lake Outlet 
Favorite Restaurant: TC Hunan 
Favorite Food: Chinese Needle Fish 
Favorite Color: deep sky blue 
Favorite Tree: Willow tree 
Musical Instrument: Violin 
Favorite Pastime: camping/hiking 
Hobbies: Swimming, sailing, playing volleyball, gardening, READING, hanging out with friends, helping people in general Favorite Movie: Monsters vs. Aliens 
Favorite Time of Day: in the morning (I get more things done) Favorite Quote: Neal Armstrong's "One step for man, one giant leap for mankind.
What I like about the Books for Walls Project: I like it because it brings people from all around the world and lets them get to know each other real deeply with something we all have, something that means alot to us.....Books. 
Why I want to be a Regular Contributor: Because if I'm a regular contributor then I am able to have so many different people become my friends that are connected by one website and many books. 
My Favorite Books for Walls Challenge so far: First Line/Last Line Challenge 
Please add anything you would like the world of BFW's readers to know about YOU: I love to style my hair. I have an interesting personality. Dancing is my favorite exercise (I dance like a maniac!!) I think logically, and sometimes I think too much.

3 comments:

  1. A Wrinkle in Time is one of my favorites too --and I join you and the Big Sister in loving dancing like a maniac! Welcome Pia :):)

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  2. Welcome Pia! I love your name! Deep sky blue brings to mind poetry, song, and dance! Thank you for your contribution... Also, gracious thanks for mentioning edutopia & Why Arts Education Must Be Saved projects http://www.edutopia.org/arts-education-art-music-report I look forward to digging in! It is wonderful work!

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