Versatile Blogger Award

I have to thank partandparcel2014 for nominating me for the Versatile Blogger Award! Here is her site: https://partandparcel2014.wordpress.com/ and it’s awesome. I always enjoy reading her posts!

Here are the rules:

1. Acknowledge the blog that has nominated you. (Check)

2. Disclose 7 facts about you. (To-do)

3. Nominate 15 blogs for the same. (15?! That’s a lot…I’ve got some ideas)

Seven facts about me

1) I think peanut butter and jelly sandwiches taste better when they’re cut diagonally.

2) I’ve only been outside of the country once, on a cruise to Bermuda.

3) I work in a cluttered environment, but I always know where everything is.

4) I’m a poet! Most of my fellow bloggers don’t know that…secret identity!

5) I’m one semester away from getting my master’s degree in English Literature.

6) One time I accidentally ate a cricket…it’s a long story…it was in a lollipop (weird, right?) and my aunt and uncle bought it for me and told me it was real. They’re always joking around about things, so I assumed they were kidding. I ate it, and I was a vegetarian for about a month after that haha.

7) I slackline, play hackysack, and love kayaking and camping (just made camping reservations today!)

As for blogs to nominate…hmm…

https://thebulbculture.wordpress.com/

https://400lbjourney.wordpress.com/

https://sofiesmissiontohealth.wordpress.com/

https://myquarterlifeadventures.wordpress.com/

https://zackshier.wordpress.com/

https://chasingstrength.wordpress.com/

https://evolutionvivek.wordpress.com/

https://buddingbloomer.wordpress.com/

http://torythames.com/

http://training2bewonderwoman.wordpress.com/

I’m going to stick with 10 😛 Always the rule breaker.

This award is a good way to share the blogs we enjoy reading, so keep it going and enjoy reading!

Dan

4 comments

  1. controversialcook · April 14, 2015

    I didn’t know about this nomination thing otherwise I too would have nominated you. You truly deserve it. As for the cricket it was a good introduction to eating insects. Apparently in a few decades people will have to start to eat insects because food may become scarce and it will be cheaper. Apparently they are loaded with proteins and low in cholesterol. Actually there are farms in the UK already that breed them for eating purposes. If you will not make money with your poetry given your experience in eating crickets you may think of opening a restaurant serving crickets cooked in all manner of ways.

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    • irrationalliving · April 14, 2015

      Hahaha that’s hysterical. I have heard they’re really good for you, but I couldn’t bring myself to be okay with it. And thank you very much. I would have nominated you as well but partandparcel2014 already nominated you! You would’ve been up there for my choices as well. You always have great responses and posts, so it would’ve been a given! Thanks again 🙂

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  2. thebulbculture · April 15, 2015

    Thanks for the nomination Dan !!! Try to stay away from crickets.

    Liked by 1 person

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