The Sunshine Blogger Award

I would like to thank Grateful Single Moms for nominating me for the Sunshine Blogger Award. My apologies to make the post so late, I’m a bit embarrassed but at last it’s here.

It always feels good to be appreciated for your work or efforts. I’m very thankful to the blogging community that I have. I would like to share the Sunshine Blogger Award with:


Matylda Onyango

Poetry talks

Sky Blue Pink

Hiral N.


Meenakshi Sethi

Annika Perry’s Writing Blog



Life Confusions

My questions to the nominees are:

What inspires you the most?

Which power would you like to possess, if you could have one?

Which is your favourite season and why?

Why do you blog?

Which is your favourite song?

How would you describe yourself in three words?

Mountains/forests or seas where would you like to spend your time most?

What is the next best place after home?

What is your favourite movie/ serial or book?

What are you most passionate about in life?

If you could change one thing in your home what would that be?

I would like to say to my nominees that if you feel pressed on time to make the blog and prefer not to accept the award, I would totally understand that. However, if you do come up with the post please leave the link to your post. I would really love reading your answers and meeting other new bloggers. Thanks. 🙂

Sunshine Blogger Award Rules:
-Thank the blogger who nominated you.
-Answer the 11 questions asked.
-Nominate 11 other bloggers and ask them 11 new questions.
-List the rules and include the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post.

My answers to the questions are:

What is your blog about and what are your goals for your blog?

I started my blog as I wanted to share my life’s experiences and then I moved on to poems, stories, photography. I’m thankful that my blog has transformed ever since I had started this. For me, my blog is a blank space that gives me the opportunity to fill it with as many colours of creativity as possible. I would like to take this opportunity to appreciate the support that I get from my fellow bloggers in the form of their encouraging, kind, supportive comments; likes or follows. I still don’t know what I’ll be adding new to the blog.

What are you most grateful for?
I’m grateful for a healthy mind and body. I used to have severe migraine and knee aches but I’m thankful that I don’t have them now.

What is your fondest memory?
My fondest memory is when I was a child of 5 or so and all the family members used to gather for Christmas celebrations.

Who most inspires you?
Nature! I’m inspired by nature.

If you could do anything, what would it be?
Fly! I would like to fly, fly like a kite, a bird, a butterfly, a fly.

What are you most proud of?
At the moment I’m proud of joining an art class.

What’s on your bucket list?
I feel like I haven’t slept in a long a while. I would like to go off to sleep for at least a day without being bothered by anybody as to how much I am sleeping. The next thing is a book that I’ve been working on.

What are you most passionate about?
Recently I feel that I’m drawn to two things — writing and drawing. I would either find myself writing something or sketching something. Although, when outdoors I love to click photos of anything strange, beautiful, and captivating.

Where would you most like to go?
I love trees and lots of greenery and flowers. I would like to go to a hilly place in a nice resort and take a walk, sit, meditate, click photos, talk to the locals. Eat, pray and love kinds. 😉

What is the most courageous thing you’ve ever done?
I had visited Leh last year and I wanted to see the monasteries. They were at a great height. There was no other way than walking. One specific one was Hemis Monastery. It had stairs some 100 or so stairs I don’t remember the number now. But there was no other way — no cycles, no donkeys no motors. You just had to walk to reach the top or the monastery. I started walking but also feared that my knee would start hurting. Throughout the steps I kept the self- talk on. Once we reached I felt every step that I had walked was worth it. The beauty was majestic and the serenity of the place brought inner peace. The walk down was easy. After reaching the hotel in the evening I did some acupressure for myself and slept like a log.

What advice would you give to other bloggers?

Write, share and contribute to your blogging community. Be encouraging and supportive off the efforts of others.

13 thoughts on “The Sunshine Blogger Award

  1. Congratulations, Norma and lovely to learn a bit about you! I’m touched by your memory of Christmas – that sounds wonderful! I wish you best of luck with your writing and drawing – nature seems to be an integral and vital part of your life and enriching at all times. Thank you so much for the nomination!! Warmest wishes, Annika xx


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