Casually squeaking, in my room (the house is empty thank God) because the Elmitron got two nominations for this, and WHAT, WHAT!!!
I love you guys.
Okay, the rules!
1. Thank the blogger that nominated you and post a link to their site. Done, like a pro 😀
2. Put the award logo on your site. Psh… HOW do you do that? Woops, broke the rules… (Rebel).
3. Answer the questions!
4. Nominate seven blogs. (But so many people have been nominated already NO brain implosion impending)
2. I Am Odd
4. Just Shivani
AND the questions! (If I could dance, I would, but if I tried then anyone watching would probably start screaming in fear)
In one word, how would you like your readers to describe your blog?
Safe. In the sense that they can come here whenever they need advice, and can talk about whatever they want. That’s really important to me, above all else.
Which is your favourite among your blog posts? Why?
Probably my post entitled I Love You All So Much. And that’s because every single time I read over it, every single time I remember it, I remember I’m not alone and what blogging has done for me. I don’t care about my follower count, but when I realise how many people have read my posts, it makes me realise what I’ve got.
What/who inspires most of your blog posts?
Everything. Something someone says, or does, or anything that catches my interest enough for me to type my thoughts out. Also – as cheesy as this is – you guys. The things YOU say, or a post I’ve seen, or an email I get – anything. It’s spontaneous. I’m serious. Stop laughing!
What do you aspire to accomplish this year?
Get through it without screaming. Do something worthwhile. Hold together my friendships by actually TALKING to people (coughcough Ash coughcough)
What do you aspire to learn this year?
Hmm… That’s a hard one. I think I’d like to learn to stop reacting so… Violently. To everything. It’s really bad and I just need to calm down before I do anything.
What is your favourite book?
Either Only Ever Yours by Louise O’Neill, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime by Mark Haddon, or Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley. I’m still reeling from that last one. They’re all my favourite books because they’re so, so wrenchingly real, and they broke my heart in so many different ways – some in a good way, some in a bad way – and with all three, I could relate in some little way. I didn’t understand what the characters were going through, but I could feel their pain and confusion. All three are beautiful books, but they’re REAL.
What is the most courageous thing you’ve ever done?
I’m not courageous. At all. It makes me sound brave, which I’m not. But if I had to pick, I would say not telling a secret that has been entrusted to me. By Ash. Stupid tosser, but I owe him enough not to ever tell.
If you could be a superhero, what would be your super power?
Mm… I would hate to be a superhero. But if I had to pick, I would be able to tell if someone felt positive feelings towards me. I need that.
Who if your female role model?
I don’t have one. At all. I just… I don’t know. Sorry.
I hope you somewhat enjoyed that! Thanks again to those two wonderful lovely amazing specimens of human who nominated me.