Tell me something...

Monday August 6, 2018

One thing I like about moodscope is learning about different people who write the blogs and comment here. Sometimes people reveal very interesting and often moving experiences from their lives. There is so much variety from the members of Moodscope and I am always fascinated by the incredible range of life stories.

I was thinking as I always want to learn more about Moodscopers, I would like to know more about you. So can you tell me one thing Moodscopers don't know about you. It does not have to be anything major - can be something very small or quirky or funny or unusual. Also as we really don't know a lot about each other it should be fairly easy to find something that other Moodscopers do not know about you.

I will start.

When I was 17 I was an extra in the opera Simon Boccanegra by Verdi at the Sydney Opera House. I was one of the crying ladies.

If you have never posted before this would be a great opportunity to join in.

So anything you share will be appreciated by me and others. It could be as simple as a food you have never tasted, a place you want to visit, something you are afraid of, or something funny or embracing you did once.

I think we often focus here on our weaknesses, on serious topics so this is a chance to get to know each other better.

So let me know something about yourself that Moodscopers don't already know about you.

A Moodscope member.

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