Award ceremony – November 2018.

I have been mostly MIA from this blog for the past month due to being engaged in National Writing Month. It has been quite a journey, and I have a post coming up tomorrow on that, so stay tuned!

In the meantime, I would like to thank you all for your continued support through comments and messages.

A huge THANK YOU goes to those who nominated me for awards this month.

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The awards I received in the month of November is:

(As per usual, please click on the page numbers at the bottom of this page to view the rest of this post.)

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  1. Whenever I see these award posts, I ask the question to Jasper. I like hearing what he’d answers so I get to know him better.

    So, number 5 of the questions you answered:
    “What scares you”
    He: “change

    Number 6: “if you could change….”
    And we bursted out in laughter! 😅

    I like your questions. I will try to do this one!

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    1. I think that’s a fantastic idea. I might even have to try it myself.

      Jasper scares me. When I was answering the scare question, “change” immediately popped into my brain. I’m not sure why, because it doesn’t really scare me. Some change can be good. But I guess it does make me uneasy, especially when I’m skeptical about it.

      I look forward to reading it!

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      1. I think it’s a good way to get to know someone better and she how much you’re alike.

        Grin.
        For me it’s the small changes that make me uncomfortable. A different brand of coffee or taking a different route to work. Things that wouldn’t bother Jasper at all.
        But larger things like the move is where I was the brave one. Although it doesn’t feel like bravery to me, but something I work proactively one or am excited about.
        It’s funny.
        What are you more comfortable with, small or large changes?

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        1. I had to think about it. A different brand of coffee, or a new route to work don’t bother me. However, the new WP editor does. New software annoys me. But I do get used to it after a while.

          As for bigger change, it stressed me out more. However, I am able to handle it properly. I know when it’s time to freak out, and time to get my act together and just make things happen.

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  2. Congrats on your awards. I don’t like cars as transportation either. I understand it’s necessary because not everyone lives comfortably where everything is accessible within walking distance or by subway/train, and sometimes driving can cut down on the commute time to some places. I can see that side of it though I probably will never learn how to drive. I am just too used to the subway or walking and where I live doesn’t require driving to be a must in order to get around.

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    1. See, that’s what I’ve been used to my whole life – public transportation’s convenience. However, recently, I moved to a city that is so spread out that it’s hard to find proper connections. So I have to drive daily.

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