I always drag my feet whenever I am recommended by someone to participate in awards. I am not an award person as I like to write what my mind says. Defined questions cage me and I detest any type of constraints 😂
So far I have responded to two Quote challenges one from Richa and other from Atifa, for they provided me the freedom to write my own quotes 😛
I may have unknowingly hurt many fellow bloggers because of my callous approach. I want to first apologize to all those who have recommended me and I didn’t bother to acknowledge or respond. They say it is never too late to correct one’s mistake. So, here I am with my first response to an award. I will try my best to honor everything that will come my way.
This is my first Sunshine blogger award. Thanks to the ispeakloudthoughts for recommending me. If you have not checked out her blog, please do, for she writes some amazing life lessons, deviant thoughts, and mesmerizing words.
So here it goes dear fellas 😎
The Sunshine Blogger award is given by bloggers to bloggers who inspire positivity and creativity in the blogging community
THANK THE BLOGGER WHO NOMINATED YOU IN YOUR BLOG POST AND A LINK BACK TO THE BLOG.
ANSWERING 11 QUESTIONS THAT THE BLOGGER ASKED YOU.
NOMINATE 11 NEW BLOGGERS TO RECEIVE THE AWARDS AND WRITE THEM 11 QUESTIONS.
LIST THE RULES AND DISPLAY THE SUNSHINE BLOGGER AWARD LOGO IN YOUR POST ON YOUR BLOG.
People who cannot respect women and elders. Not offering the seat to an elderly/women while traveling on public transport really offends me.
Besides family, books are and will be my best friend. I usually read two books at a time currently I am reading Room by Emma Donoghue and The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson
I will mention one of my own written favorite quotes:
For any miracle to happen you have to first believe in the unbelievable
- Do you believe in second chances
Absolutely, we should not be too harsh on people. But when life offers the second chance make sure you make it count.
- A message to your younger self
I should have spent more times with my dad. I lost him when I was just 25. I still miss him so much.
I am not going to recommend anyone. Everyone is welcome to respond
No restriction – go speak your mind 😊🌸