The Versatile Blogger Award


I’m a bit late posting this award ( I had a pretty busy weekend), but here it is. πŸ™‚

Special thanks to Whitney Ibe @whitneyibeblog, for nominating me for this award. I feel very honored to get these awards from other bloggers. It’s always very encouraging and humbling at the same time. Thank you, Whitney!


The rules for this award

  • Thank the person who nominated you and leave a link to their blog.
  • Link the nominees and inform them of their nomination
  • Nominate up to 15 bloggers of your choice
  • Share 7 facts about yourself


Seven Facts About Me

  1. I live in the state of Pennsylvania (The “Keystone State”).
  2. My favorite season is Autumn (It’s very beautiful here in PA).
  3. I very much enjoy photography.
  4. I used to say I didn’t have a favorite color, until I noticed my wardrobe had an awful lot of blue in it.
  5. I love going on hikes and being outside.
  6. My favorite outdoor activity is biking.
  7. I mentioned I liked trying new things in my last award, here’s some of the strangest things I’ve tried: Frog Legs, Squid, Alligator, and Shark.

My Nominees

Once again, in no particular order… other than alphabetically:


26 thoughts on “The Versatile Blogger Award

  1. What a cool blog, such a great concept! I am the Queen of sticky notes, I’m quite fond of them actually…. I think it’s a great medium to share your thoughts. I found you on the meet and greet, and I look forward to following you! Your thoughts are so deep and poetic. ~Carol

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    1. Thank you, Carol! It’s nice to meet you. I’m always going through my sticky note so fast. I use them for everything πŸ˜„. I just stopped by your blog, too. I’ll definitely be popping in again!


  2. Congratulations! πŸ™‚

    Frog legs, squid, alligator and shark?! 😲 Did you like any of them? I once heard that frog legs taste like chicken… but that’s not enough to convince me to try it. XD

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    1. Haha! For the most part they were actually all surprisingly very good! πŸ˜ƒ The alligator was put in a type of fritter so, the meat was chopped very fine. So I wasn’t like I was eating an alligator steak. In fact both the shark and alligator were prepared in such a way that, you wouldn’t really know that’s what they were unless someone told you. The frog legs were very similar in taste and texture to chicken, but eating something that looks like a frog leg definitely is a bit weird. I guess it’s mind over matter. The only one I didn’t like was the squid. It sorta tasted like how my dog’s food smells. 😩 Yuck!

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      1. Oh! For some reason, I didn’t expect you to say that. XD I have seen them sold as steaks here before. o_O Wow, that is really interesting!

        LOL, I bet it was weird. πŸ˜‚ But wow, similar to chicken!

        Ewww. XD Was it slimy? And did it have ink? 😝

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      2. Haha! They sell them as steaks there? You crazy Arkansas people! 😝 Totally kidding πŸ˜„(I love visiting there). Actually, the squid was fried and a bit more rubbery in texture. It was also only the tentacles so I didn’t have to worry about ink.πŸ˜‚

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      3. Yeah. LOL, I had a similar thought myself – what crazy people live here?! πŸ˜‚ (LOL!) It was in the frozen section right next to the clams and shrimp. Alligator does not scream “seafood” to me for some reason… XD

        On a side note… I found out a while back that Arkansas actually has an alligator hunting season? Haha, I saw in the newspaper that someone killed a 580 pound alligator in De Witt. 😱 So glad I don’t live there; I don’t want to meet a monster like that… 😜

        Oh. Eww. XD But really interesting too. Glad about the ink though!

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      4. Was the alligator meat in a regular grocery store out of curiosity, or more of some type of special market?

        I honestly didn’t even know you guys had alligator down there. But I guess it isn’t too surprising that their territory extends that far.

        I’m usually in the Hot Springs area when I’m down there (my grandparents live there), but I just looked and it seems like the alligator population is relatively low in that area. Which is nice to know, considering that I swim and kayak in the lake that borders their property. It’d be pretty scary to find an alligator in the water with me! 😧

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      5. Yes, it was in a regular grocery store. πŸ™‚ I was shocked to find it, haha!

        I didn’t either. I guess I expected them to be further south down in Louisiana maybe. But wow. XD Yeah, I guess it isn’t that surprising, considering!

        Oh yes, that is good to know! Haha, yeah, that would be scary. 😲

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      1. I agree, it is a nice way to draw attention to a particular blog site and the person who writes it. Thanks again for your nomination of my blog for an award. πŸ™‚

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