Thank you for the creative blogger award

creative-blogger

A big thanks to Millie once again as she has sent another award my way. I’m so happy to have received this award.

You can check Millie’s blog at https://milliethom.wordpress.com/. I had met her a few months back at wordpress. She is always very encouraging and positive with her comments. Her blog is very colourful (that is, in the sense of writing). She writes flash fictions, book reviews, history…you’ve got to check it out yourself. I also love the WOW (word of the week) post that she shares.

The rules of this award are:

1. Thank the person who nominated you for the award.

2. Add the logo to your post.

3. Nominate 10 bloggers of your choice and tell them about the nomination.

4. Disclose 5 facts about yourself.

 

I would like to share and nominate this award to:

https://architar.wordpress.com/2015/06/09/scarred/

https://bykimberlylynne.wordpress.com/about/

https://animateurlife.wordpress.com/

http://gettingontop.org/

https://thestorytellersabode.wordpress.com/

https://snowsfissuresandfractures.wordpress.com/about/

https://galloryknox.wordpress.com/about/

https://kate0murray.wordpress.com/me/

http://creativeshell.org/about/

 

Now time for 5 random facts about me.

1. “Live and let live” is what I believe.

2. I like clicking photos of others (people and things both) but I hate to be clicked.

3. As a kid when I used to be in a bad mood, there were only two places that one could find me at – one was my bathroom and the other was our terrace garden.

4. I love star gazing.

5. I don’t have a pet but I’d like a dog or a fish or even goat for a pet. πŸ™‚

 

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5 thoughts on “Thank you for the creative blogger award

  1. I definitely share Numbers 1,2 and 4 with you, Norma – and partly Nimbers 3 and 5.When I was in a bad mood as a child i always took myself off for a walk. Walking always makes me feel better, even now. I wouldn’t have thought of the bathroom. lol. I can just imagine you sulking in there! As for pets, I’m rather glad not to have any now. We had so many different things when the children were all at home. Since our last two cats died we havn’t got any – which makes things much easier when we go away.
    You’r getting quite a few awards now. Congratulations! And keep writing your lovely stories. πŸ™‚

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    • Ah! we are chatting it seems. πŸ™‚ You are fast when it comes to typing, I guess. πŸ™‚
      Terrace was open and easy to find me but with bathroom you can lock and not be disturbed. You are right about sulking, though. πŸ™‚
      My granny had pets. They had two dogs and like 7 cats. Don’t talk about going away. 😦
      Thanks again. Sure I will. πŸ™‚

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      • That’s a lot of cats. Your granny must have really liked them. <y two daughters adored cats, especially the younger one, Louise (afairymind at The Storyteller's Abode). She'd have a houseful of cats if she didn't go out to work! πŸ™‚

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      • Yah! She loved them very much. It was funny as I thought cats and dogs chased each other and were brutal (that came from Tom and Jerry episodes where they also had a dog). But in our house they lived happily and harmoniously.

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