The Versatile Blogger Award

Thank you very much to Georginaย  for nominating me for the Versatile Blogger award. I like that this one focuses on something particular, rather than just being a general blogs-I-like award! It’s pretty cool to know that someone recognises a certain trait in your blog, and in this case, that’s versatility. So thank you, Georgina!



The rules:

  • Thank the person who nominated you and a link to their blog
  • Nominate at least 15 bloggers
  • Link your nominees and let them know
  • Share 7 facts about yourself

My nominees:

Ten so far! I’ll nominate another five at a later date.

7 facts about me:

  • Whenever I walk past a lamppost or pole I have to glance at the top of it and blink at least three times.
  • I never ever purposefully remove my eyeliner.
  • I’m writing a sci-fi novel about parallel universes.
  • I always leave the teabag in my mug of tea while I’m drinking it. I didn’t realise this was unusual until people started pointing it out. They seem to think of it as sloppy, but really I just like my tea strong.
  • I want to help work towards gender equality.
  • When I’m in a room I have to have the door closed, cupboards closed and drawers closed, otherwise I feel uneasy.
  • I’m going to start a metal band some day.

Thank you for reading. Do say hi! ๐Ÿ™‚


13 thoughts on “The Versatile Blogger Award

    • Oh, awesome! You know, that really isn’t a problem. I’m total shit at understanding how the guitar works, but simply because I WANT to be able to play and be in a band, I’m able to play it okay because I have something that motivates me. It really is true that genius is 1% talent and 99% hard work. It REALLY is. I don’t think I was born with much talent, but because I’ve practiced doing stuff I love, I’m not too bad at those things. The hardest part is finding the time, I understand that. But if you want something badly enough, you can usually make it happen! I think that even though I’m not great at the instruments I play now, by the time I know people that want to be in a band with me, I’ll be good enough. In fact, you really don’t even have to be good at an instrument to be in a band. I reckon that being in a band can MAKE you good. Because you’ll be motivated to practice and have people around you to play with. Most Punk stuff doesn’t seem too hard. It also seems to be about being in the right place at the right time.

      I sincerely wish you the best of luck with your future band!

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