The Versatile Blogger Award


Thanks to the ladieswholunchbookreviews for nominating me for the Versatile Blogger Award!

Here are the rules:

  1. Show the award on your blog
  2. Thank the person that has nominated you.
  3. Share 7 different facts about yourself.
  4. Nominate 15 blogs of your choice
  5. Link your nominees and let them know of your nomination.

Seven Facts About Me:

  1. I graduated from high school in Iceland, where my dad was stationed in the Navy at the time.
  2. After high school, I attended college at the University of California in Santa Barbara. After college, I attended grad school at San Francisco State University.
  3. I hate wearing dresses, so I don’t. I’m a jeans and t-shirt kind of gal.
  4. I watch a lot of TV. Some of my favorite TV shows are Grey’s Anatomy, Orphan Black, Homeland, The Voice, and How to Get Away With Murder. I also love my Netflix shows and Showtime on Hulu.
  5. Of all the places I lived in the world, London was my favorite.
  6. My favorite decade is the ’80s. Songs like Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer” make me nostalgic and remind me of the time I attended London Central High School.
  7. I love Red Velvet cake, cupcakes, and bundt cakes.

My 15 Nominations:

  1. I Will Never Own Enough Books
  2. Kitt O’Malley
  3. lily pups life
  4. All Things Autumn
  5. Love Serially
  6. Hardwork Boulevard
  7. Loving My Lit
  8. The Girl Who Read Too Much
  9. booklovercircumspect4
  10. Nya Reads
  11. One Curvy Blogger
  12. Scribble, Watch, Ponder, & Review
  13. Somewhere Lost in Books
  14. Lavender Book Reviews
  15. Whimsy Journals

8 thoughts on “The Versatile Blogger Award

  1. Wow! How cool was living in Iceland??? I wear dresses in skirts sometimes, but not because I like to dress up. I just really hate wearing pants lol. Though I do make exceptions when my shorts are dirty or it’s winter. 😛 Thanks for nominating me!


    1. You’re welcome! Iceland was a real unique setting; it’s probably as close to nature as you can get. I’m not sure what I meant by that, but that’s how I think about Iceland. If you want solitude and quiet, that’s the place to be. But we had moved there from London, which has a high population, to a military base in a rather barren landscape that was more like a small small town on the far side of moon. During the summer, there were barely a few hours of darkness. In the winter, I’d go to school and go home from school in the dark. There were blizzards and snowstorms and windstorms, and when the wind was so fierce and so chilly, we got to stay home from school.
      There are parts of Iceland that are really beautiful, but we lived far from there.


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