#TenThingsYouMayNotKnow – About Janet Gogerty

In this new series on her blog ‘The Write Stuff’ Marcia invited us to share ten things people would not know about us, today it is my turn. Thanks Marcia.

The Write Stuff

It’s time for another Ten Things list here on The Write Stuff, this time featuring author Janet Gogerty. I know you’ll enjoy learning more about some of the fun and interesting things Janet has done, so I’ll turn it over to her! Take it away, Janet!

Ten Things You May Not Know About Me
by Janet Gogerty

  1. I once worked on a chicken farm; it was up the road in our new Australian suburb and the cockerels used to wake us up. It was my school holiday job when I was fifteen, they paid me $13 out of the petty cash and on the first day the supervisor asked me to clean the toilet! I didn’t actually get to see any chickens, we sorted out the eggs.
  2. I had over forty white mice by the time I was elven.
  3. Family legend has it that HG Wells was a cousin of…

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9 thoughts on “#TenThingsYouMayNotKnow – About Janet Gogerty

    1. When I was young- yes, that long ago- I also liked mice and if memory serves me right they were sixpence each. My pocket money was sixpence and I was responsible for feed, including fruit. If the inevitable hadn’t happened I’d never have seen a sixpence to spend on going to the Saturday matinee and a few sweets.
      Huge Hugs

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  1. I enjoyed reading this yesterday on Marcia’s blog. I especially like the fact of the longest-running holiday. I’d say you got your money’s worth from that trip.

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