Sunshine Blogger Award Nomination

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Kristian over at talesfromthemindofkristian nominated me for the Sunshine Blogger award. Thank you Kristian. Here’s the thing, I’m not really doing awards right now due to health issues and time constraints, but the questions are great fun so …. I’m answering the questions and invite anybody who enjoys this kind of thing to answer them as well. There, you’re nominated, all of you. πŸ˜‰

RULES:

1. Use the sunshine blogger award logo
2. Give thanks to the blogger that nominated you
3. Answer the 11 questions given to you
4. Nominate 11 other bloggers and ask them 11 questions

The Questions to my nominees:

  1. What is your theory on the point of existence?

And harm ye none, do what ye will. Live, enjoy, have fun, don’t hurt people. Continue reading “Sunshine Blogger Award Nomination”

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Liebster Award

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The (slightly modified) rules:

1 – Thank the person who nominated you, and add a link to their blog.
2 – Add the logo of the award to your post and a link to the creator of this blog award –The Global Aussie: The Official Rules of the Liebster Award 2019
3 – Write a paragraph about what motivates you in life (not just in blogging).
4 – Answer the 5 questions given to you.
5 – Nominate 2 – 6 blogs that you feel would enjoy receiving the award.
6 – Create 5 questions for your nominees.

Thanks to Pensitivity101 for the nomination Continue reading “Liebster Award”

True Confessions or OhSoWay/OhNoWay #9

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So Rory, over at a guy called bloke, has this new question challenge going and it really got me to chuckling so here’s my take on these very poignant questions on this week’sΒ Oh No Way/Oh So Way

Questions – well’ish ish!

I have eaten snails – So Way, great with butter and garlic

Received a speeding ticket – So Way more than one *hanging head in shame*

Fallen asleep during an important meeting- So No Way, I can barely fall asleep when I’m TRYING Continue reading “True Confessions or OhSoWay/OhNoWay #9”

Confessions of a serial Tsundokuist

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Hello, my name is JP and I’m a serial of Tsundokuist. What the heck is that? Glad you asked. From our good friends at Wikipedia:

Tsundoku (Japanese: 積んθͺ­) is acquiring reading materials but letting them pile up in one’s home without reading them.

I read a quote somewhere, sometime ago that one of the greatest treasures of life if a pile of unread books. Oh I agree! When I was a child, I read constantly and adored it. From my mid-teens until my mid thirties, I read mostly “study” stuff. Self help, self improvement, philosophy, religion, with the occasional smut um er, I mean romance novel thrown in for good measure. I enjoyed reading for knowledge but I had forgotten the pure delight of reading just for the fun of it. Continue reading “Confessions of a serial Tsundokuist”

I am so tuned in to that film #3

Rory over atΒ aguycalledbloke has this new film/music challenge which is quite, well, challenging πŸ˜‰ Do check it out and join in a little rockin’ of the old noggin’

This weeks entries are a bit more … obscure than last and I had to really shake the ole’ noodle loose OK and pester Superhubs a bit as his memory of release years is much better than mine. Continue reading “I am so tuned in to that film #3”

Getting to Know You

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So msjadeli over at tao-talk.com tagged me for this episode of Getting-to-know-me, thanks for the tag. Without further ado…

  1. Name a moment in your life when you felt you were most courageous.

I’m not what I consider a brave person. I holler for Superhubs at the site of spiders. I can’t stand scary movies. Yet for reasons I don’t really understand, most of my friends and family consider me brave. I’d like to say that I felt brave that time, when in the midst of heavy gunfire, I ran, snatched a child that was running straight into the path of danger and threw both of us behind cover, but honestly, that was reflex, not bravery. For most people bravery comes in the face of death but, frankly, I’ve stared death in the face enough times that he’s rather like an old uncle, creepy, weird, but familiar. No the only time I’d say I was really courageous was when I, finally, managed to extricate myself and my children from the bonds of a physically abusive marriage. That my friends, took guts. Continue reading “Getting to Know You”