Wow, thank you so much Rachna for nominating me for this awesome award! Make sure you check out her blog, she is an awesome writer and a dynamic, inspiring person.
It definitely feels good to be recognized by fellow bloggers in the blogosphere.
I’ve always enjoyed writing and have been trying unsuccessfully for several years to blog consistently, but last year after speaking with friend and successful blogger and author, J.R. Ramoutar, he gave me the motivation and advice needed to truly enjoy blogging and to be consistent.
Guidelines for Accepting this Award:
- Create a post and reveal 7 things about yourself.
- Post the blog award on your site, indicate who nominated you.
- Present the award to up to 15 bloggers that inspire you and include links to their blogs in your post.
Things About Me
- I am a lousy dancer. I can’t dance. That always seems to amaze people and I am always amazed that they thought I could dance in the first place! After all, I don’t think I even look coordinated or graceful enough to dance.
- I love animals of all kind. I have a dog and a cat, but have had ducks, chickens, turtles, hamsters, parakeets and iguanas as a child. I’ve been bitten by many different animals, including a snake (I had socks on my hands for protection lol) and even a mole!
- I have a hard time letting go of things, including items, relationships and even jobs, which often keeps me holding on to things far too long.
- I’ve been known to cry during emotional movies, speeches and music although I typically hide it because I am usually the only one tearing up, but I get that from my mother.
- I am very unorganized in everything I do, including thinking! It’s the artist in me, I know it. I live in chaos which is usually okay and helps sparks creativity, except when people around me expect me to be organized.
- I fell in love with books during the 8th grade when I was harassing a girl I liked and took her book. I meant to give it back, but never did. I got bored one day and started reading it and that was it! I became an avid reader from that day forward even when reading books that weren’t assigned to you wasn’t considered cool for boys.
- I got into psychology through my writing. I love to write, especially fiction and I used to go to the bookstore and read psychology books to try to create better, more dynamic characters, and I took my first psychology courses in college for the same reason. I was planning on being an English major, but I ended up falling in love with psychology.
**I’m sure there are some wonderful bloggers out there that I missed**