I won The Sunshine award! The amazing Queen of Alyssaland has bestowed it upon me, and it is now my stately duty to pass it on to three more bloggers and answer these fun questions.
Varies. I’m pretty big on purple clothes, but I like sunny yellow walls, and I’ve never had objections to basic black.
Sam. No, seriously, I’m a cat person. We don’t have any because of Scott’s allergies, but I had tribes of them growing up.
I suppose 14.
Margarita. Lime. With salt. Though our friends Dennis and Kristi have got Scott and I branching out, and I’ve discovered an undeniable fondness for pomegranate martinis.
Facebook or Twitter?
Facebook. The constant updates drive me batshit crazy, but I cannot condense myself to 140 characters on a regular basis. I don’t buy that doing so increases my creativity, and I primarily use Twitter to share my blog or say things that only need a few words anyway. (219 char. I did that on purpose)
Writing. Without any question at all. Writing.
Giving or getting presents?
Depends. Mostly, getting. But if I have got the perfect thing, GOD I love to give a good gift.
That one has changed a few times. I used to be nuts for sunflowers, and then it was roses. Right now, I’m really into the scent of gardenias.
Most important of all, I do hereby spread the sunshine to the following bloggers. You won’t be sorry when you drop by their pads.
Should they choose to accept they will be bound by these rules:
1. Thank the person who gave this award and write a post about it. (I feel weird putting that in there. Here’s an award, now thank me for it.)
2. Answer the same questions I did above.
3. Pass the award along to other bloggers, link to their blogs and inform them of the honor that has been bestowed upon them.
If This is Motherhood: I think Bella and I are twins born a couple of years apart to different parents. My favorite posts are the ones where she speaks candidly about her struggles to raise two gifted boys and her series “This Is Who I Am”.
Mangetout: Purely aside from the fact that she lives in France, where I someday yearn to at least visit, earlybird has a knack for rendering images into words without reducing beauty to syrup. I love her recipes, and this month, I’ve been enjoying her River of Stones series.