Award ceremony – July 2019. Receiving and giving.


(See page 1 for thanks and intro.)

FROM: Ajeanneinthekitchen, who runs a successful (mainly) culinary blog. Recipes include ingredients, easy-to-follow instructions, and helpful pictures so that you know if something is not going as planned. She is so much more than a cook, though.


  1. Put the award logo on your blog.
  2. Answer the questions asked by the person who nominated you.
  3. Thank the person who nominated you and add a link to their blog.
  4. Nominate any number of people, linking to their blogs and let them know you nominated them by commenting on their blogs.
  5. Come up with new questions for the people you nominated.

Jeanne’s QUESTIONS and my ANSWERS:

  1. What brings you happiness?
    The smallest things in life. A nice, sunny day. A swim in the ocean.
  2. Where is your favorite place to travel to?
    Anywhere where I have not been to yet.
  3. What is your favorite food?
    I do not have one, but I like Mexican.
  4. When you blog, who is your audience?
    Anyone and everyone. I think that my blog is diverse enough that it could interest all sorts of people. I am definitely open in meeting people from all sorts of different backgrounds and with different interests.
  5. What is your biggest accomplishment in life?
    I am quite proud of my level of education.
    But I think I am just proud of coming this far. Meaning being where I am right now the way I am right now.
  6. What is your favorite type of blog to follow?
    I follow all sorts of blogs. I read about books, cooking, politics, etc. If you seem to have a good head on your shoulders and write about things I can comprehend, chances are I would read your stuff. (Sorry, physics people. If I cannot understand a single sentence, chances are I will not finish the whole post, let alone hit “follow”.)
  7. What motivates you each day?
    The desire to live and do better.





  1. Please share 3 things about yourself.
  2. What has been your biggest blogging challenge so far and how have you overcome it?
  3. Have you had any blogging highlights that you would like to share with us?
  4. How are you trying to impact others with your blog? (Please try and narrow it to one thing that is the main goal of your writing.)
  5. What are you most proud of accomplishing in your life?
  6. How could I improve my blog?

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19 thoughts on “Award ceremony – July 2019. Receiving and giving.

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  1. Nonsense! You can’t bore me. I tend to be one who likes trifles: it’s the little details that make up the building blocks of what we are. I enjoyed reading all of your answers; Quite a bit, actually. Can’t believe you don’t have a favorite Marvel character though… “Controversial” indeed!

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  2. OMG, you sly devil. You just made my Friday. This is awesome and I can’t say how appreciative I am that you thought of me like this. I value our friendship and I am always happy to see that little comment notification show up after one of my posts or my comment on one of yours. Thanks, friend, you’re the best and I look forward to our writing friendship future. BTW, it is a mystery..I think. Lol

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    1. I was wondering if you’d notice. I like not informing people of such things. Keeping my readers on their toes. You know? 😉

      The thing about stories is that sometimes you cannot be sure where the story will take you. You might start it with one thing in mind, but then as you go, you take a different turn and you arrive at a different destination that you were aiming for.

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  3. Honesty is something I love (rationality and me don’t usually like each other, it’s a work in progress)

    Keep blogging about what you love. I know it’s often said otherwise and I think they’re wrong. You have to love what you write and want to share else it’s just boring.

    I had what else to day but I’ve forgotten…

    Love, light and glitter

    Happy Wednesday

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