Thank you Words About Words 🙂 I was awarded months and months ago but I’ve put it off because I CAN’T FIND another 11 blogs to pass it on to, sigh. I’ll try again later, but I really just want to post this up for goodness sake 😀 The Liebster Blog Award is given to upcoming bloggers who have less than 200 followers.
The Meaning: Liebster is German and means sweetest, kindest, nicest, dearest, beloved, lovely, kind, pleasant, valued, cute, endearing and welcome
Here’s the rules:
1. Each person must post 11 facts about themselves
2. Answer 11 questions the tagger has given you and give 11 questions for the people you’ve tagged.
3. Choose 11 people and link them in your post.
4. Tell them you’ve tagged them.
5. Remember, no tag backs.
My 11 Facts:
I play the flute
I play the saxophone
I’m a read-a-holic (I know that was obvious, thanks!)
Sometimes I laugh myself awake. As in, something is obviously funny in my dream so I wake up laughing
This scares my sister
I’m short. My friends once called me ‘small and mighty’. I’m not a Persil product, thanks
I don’t like the Harry Potter series. Hate me if you want.
My favourite movie of 2012 so far is The Avengers. Sorry Hunger Games.
My favourite colours are purple, silver and gold.
Green is my part time favourite colour if that makes any sense
I hope to study Computer Science at university. I know it sounds random considering my talent for music and my love of literature.
At present, I am finding it difficult to find good blogs with 200 followers or less, so I will simple accumulate this as I go along. Here are my noted blogs so far:
Yellow. I had to wear a yellow and black tie for five years at High School. I know it looked good on me, but I wanted to be in the green House, Wells. Green used to be my thing.
2. What is a quote that you live by?
Can I get back to you on that?
3. Do you have a lucky object? What is it?
No. I don’t believe in luck. Only blessings.
4. What is your dream job?
Honestly? Being a full time author and part time flute and saxophone teacher. I know that’s two… three jobs. Whatever.
5. Would you rather have a gigantic, extravagant wedding or a small and intimate one?
Definitely small and intimate. Why would I want a circus for a wedding? As far as I’m concerned, the honeymoon is what’s really important.
6. What is your favourite holiday?
Christmas of course! Santa beats the Easter Bunny any day! (Don’t tell Hugh Jackman’s Bunnyman from that movie, Rise of the Guardians I said that) And Jesus beats them all! Ha ha!
7. If you could live anywhere, where would you live and why?
Ooh… tough one. Probably somewhere warm and beautiful. Hawaii? Yeah, I’ll go with that because it’s sunny and awesome.
8. What is your preferred beverage?
9. What language would you most like to learn?
I tried French once and liked it but then I felt that I had to drop it. I’d love to learn a number of languages. Greek because I love Ancient Greece and because they’re alphabet looks so cool. Russian because they sound bad-ass in all those movies with Russian assassins. And Italian because it’s so ROMANTIC! But if I had to choose just one then it would be Shona, my Mother Tongue that I forgot after moving to the UK.
10. What is your worst vacation memory?
Mmm… I’m thinking of the 7 hour journey where we hitchhiked to our destination whilst in Zimbabwe, but then it was all worth it once we saw Victoria Falls. So probably at Haven when we got locked out of our own caravan with my sister and cousin. Our aunt was out in town and didn’t come back for hours after, even though we rang to tell her our predicament.
11. What toppings do you like on your pizza?
First of all, I prefer it without cheese. It’s much healthier for a start. Then I like to have the pizza guys put…
Pineapple, Pepperoni, sometimes ham (I’m a meat freak), Peppers, Sweet corn and mushrooms. Yeah, you have to put a lot of toppings when you get rid of the cheese.
And I said I’d get back to NUMBER 2. I live by the quote, ‘Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned’. It’d be funnier if I were a guy because then you’d see why, but it doesn’t matter. I’m the one delivering the wrath. Also: