Please welcome Marlene Shaw.
Back in November, I created a digi stamp, Bah Humbug that was seriously inspired by Marlene herself. Sarcasm and whit were the true inspiration, which Marlene certainly possesses, for the drawing. And here is Marlene's card. Isn't it fantastic.
Now. . .
Let's the Marlene be 'herself' and tell you more. Pay attention, there will be a quiz. ☺
Snarky Marlene says'
"You may know me as 'Marlooney' a.k.a. "Disguised as a Grown-up.' Just as my moniker implies, I may be just a wee bit nutty and even though I have the framework on an *ahem* 47 *cough* year *sputter* old, I have n inner child of about 6 years of age. (No disrespect meant to 6 year olds around the world.)
I am a Canadian transplant, firmly rooted on U.S. soil, having become a citizen a couple of years ago. I'm a late bloomer, as I just started scrapbooking a little over five years ago, and that led to card-making a little over a year ago.
I was tickled pink when Cheryl invited me to be one of her Featured Sassy Friends! Her images were among the first I purchased, so they have a special place in my heart. Her sassy little girls are so ME!
I chose this sassy image, Trouble at School, not because I was a holt terror as a child (in fact, I was good as gold, if you must know). . .but because if I was to return to school TODAY, I'd be spending more time in the principal's office than in the classroom, for sure. Heehee!"
So now, you can hop on over to Marlene's blog, Disguised as a Grown-up, and get your good laugh for the day, but before you pop over there, put down your coffee, or you will be spewing it all over your computer screen. And don't forget to leave her a snarky comment. I'm sure she'd love to hear from you.
Be sure to pop in next week for another fantastic Featured Sassy Friend. It's going to be another good one.