Sunshine Blogger Award IX

I was most kindly nominated a few weeks ago by The Dragon Warrior from the Den of Dreams.  Sophie’s been busy with her exams of late – I’m sure she’ll do well – then she’ll be back with her wonderful stories and illustrations, showering us all with more sunshine.

Award rules

1. Use the sunshine blogger award logo

2. Thank the blogger who nominated you.

3. Answer the 11 questions posed.

4. Nominate other bloggers and ask them 11 questions (Oops, well I’ve always been a rebel!)

Dragon Warrior’s questions

1. If you had a time machine and could go anywhere, where would you go?

Despite being a fan of history, I’m more than happy in the here and now!

2. Three things for deserted island?

WiFi, my iPad and my husband – although deserted, I’m assuming it has electricity, hot and cold running water? If not, I may have have to re-think my threesome.

3. When is your birthday?

I’m so old I’ve given up on birthdays and have become “ une femme d’un certain âge.”

4. What is your favourite chemical element? (for example, Fluorine, Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen)

Gold (Au)

5. What is your favourite landform? (like hills, valleys, oceans, coasts, delta)

Definitely the ocean

6. Something you wish more people would know about you?

No, nothing at all. I much prefer anonymity

7. Do you have a lucky charm?

No, I’m not suspicious – touch wood.

8. Where was your childhood home?

Sutton Coldfield, in the Midlands (UK), not far from Birmingham.

9. Your favourite subject to study?

My favourite subject at school was history.

10. What did you want to become as a kid?

I always wanted to be an accountant – sad kid or what?

11. Do you wish to go to school again?

Not school so much but I like continuing to learn and would love to improve my Spanish

If you’ve gotten this far, why not join in by answering my question (below) in your own post or, if you prefer, below?

My question

I live in an apartment block and sometimes I think how nice it would be if some of those who I regularly interact with on the blogosphere were my neighbours.

For example, I’d always be popping round to see Rosemarie, Diane and Amy to swap recipes and maybe borrow a few ingredients. I could take Nitro for a walk, if Carole Ann was feeling too tired, with Steve (sorry Muffin) who’d be pointing out all the flora and fauna and Cheche who could advise us about sustainability. I could get advice from Derrick and Tom on my photographs and enter them for one of Cee’s challenges. I could go sketching with Sophie and Maxine, though probably not with Scooj – the other residents (sadly) wouldn’t want any grafitti in the Domaine. I could work out with the inspirational Susie (note to self, don’t box with her!) I could ride with Jim, though he’s probably faster than me, but maybe not on our hills. Introduce the Drunken Cyclist to our local rose wines. If anyone was feeling down, I could get the lovely Yeka or Ilona to spread some love and sunshine…………

Sadly, it wasn’t possible to namecheck everyone I follow! This was just to give you an idea. I follow loads of brilliant bloggers and to be honest I could probably fit everyone into the Domaine though not all in my block.

A big thank you to everyone for reading and I hope you’ve enjoyed your weekend!

The Sunshine Blogger Award VIII

I’m back from Australia but I’m still ploughing through those awards. Many thanks to Muffin (and Steve) over at Steve’s Country for the nomination. The pair aim to give their readers a “smile as wide as a country sunrise, and maybe even a laugh or two!” I’d say they succeed! I love Steve’s pictures of the local flora and fauna. Of course, by the time this post appears, everyone will be hibernating again. Poor Steve lives somewhere where the sun doesn’t shine for long. So around this time, he’ll need some cheering up. Please visit Steve and his adopted cat Muffin, read what they have to say, and give them a follow. You won’t regret it.

Sunshine Blogger Award Rules

Thank the blogger who nominated you.

Answer the 11 questions the blogger asked you.

Nominate new blogs to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.

List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award in your post/or on your blog.

Notify the nominees about it by commenting on one of their blog posts.

Steve and Muffin’s Questions

1. Do you have any pets?

I love animals but all my time and energy goes into looking after my husband. I have no time for a pet.

2. How long have you been blogging?

Since 2009! Blimey, that’s nearly 10 years though I did have a hiatus between 2012 and 2014 while I was helping to establish VeloVoices.

3. Do you think you will be blogging a year from now?

Absolutely! Unless, you know something I don’t?

4. Do you prefer to use a laptop/computer or your phone for blogging?

I use a combination of my laptop and mini iPad.

5. What time of day do you blog most often?

I tend to write mainly in the afternoons.

6. Have you ever travelled right across the country where you live?

I have and you can read all about my travels on my blog.

7. Do you enjoy cooking?

Do apples grow on trees? I love cooking and, aside from the Michelin star bestowed on me by my French friends, I am famous the length of the French Riviera for my cakes. Once tasted men have been moved to ask for my hand in marriage. Since I’m already married, I’ve started a list, just in case…….You’ll find all my recipes for cakes and whatever on my blog.

8. Do you enjoy reading?

Yes, a great way to relax.

9. Do you enjoy exercising?

Yes! I try and start each day with a spot of yoga followed by a jog – I’m not very fast – or a ride.

10. Do you enjoy eating healthy foods?

I try to only eat healthy foods but the odd French fry occasionally creeps in.

11. Do you have any ideas for me/my blog?

Look, any ideas I have I’m keeping for my blog! Cheek!!!

My Nominees

I know a lot of you don’t like awards but I do. It helps us to better know our blogging community. So I happily nominate anyone who has taken the time to read this post and my questions are below if you’d like to join in and spread some of that proverbial sunshine. 🤗❤️

My 11 Questions

1. How long have you been blogging and what prompted you to start?

2. What do you write about on your blog and why?

3. Typically, how much time do you spend each week on your blog?

4. What prompts you to follow certain blogs?

5. It’s The Sunshine Blogger Award so how do you spread rays of sunshine on your blog?

6. If you were to impart some words of wisdom about blogging, what would they be?

7. Who or what, if anything, has influenced your blog?

8. What’s the best bit about blogging?

9. Describe your blog using only five adjectives.

10. What do you think is your best blog post and why?

11. What’s your idea of “A Perfect Day”?

If you don’t want to do the whole “Award Thing,” maybe just answer question no 5 in the comments below.

Have a great day

Sheree

The Sunshine Blogger Award VII

Many thanks to Dawn, whose blog Drawing Closer to Christ is full of wisdom, for nominating me for The Sunshine Blogger Award.

Reading her blog, Dawn strikes me as being one of life’s achievers, a real tour de force. She’s a devout Christian, has served her country, graduated college, works as an accountant, published ebooks, raised an adult daughter – she so does not look old enough to have an adult daughter –  started her blog, and feels her best is yet to come!

Please visit Dawn’s blog, read what she has to say and give her a follow. You won’t regret it.

Dawn’s Questions:

1. How would you describe yourself in one sentence?

I’m a happy-go-lucky, positive bundle of energy.

2. What are you most grateful for this moment?

Life.

3. What is one of the most important lessons you’ve learned in life?

Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.

4. If you could only watch one more movie for the rest of your life what would it be?

Tough one as I’m not a big watcher of movies though my favourite is The Shawshank Redemption.

5. What was your favorite childhood meal?

Scampi (Dublin Bay prawns) and chips (French fries) with tartare sauce

6. Sunset or Sunrise?

I love both and am always taking photos from my balcony.

7. What is a food you hate?

Boiled, poached or fried eggs though I love scrambled eggs and omelettes.

8. What is something someone would never guess about you?

I once ran the London Marathon.

9. Do you prefer to write a letter, text someone,call someone, or spend the day with them.

To be honest, it all depends on the “who.” I’m not much of a texter, write letters when it’s appropriate (sympathy, thanks and Xmas), regularly email and call friends many of whom I’d love to spend the day with but they live in another country.

10. What’s your Favorite season?

I love all the seasons, but summer’s probably my favourite. However, since we’ve been experiencing a mini heatwave, I may regret saying that.

11. What do you want to be most remembered for?

My smile.

Those all important rules:

• Thank the person who nominated you and provide a link back to him/her.

• Answer the 11 questions provided by the blogger who nominated you.

• Nominate 11 other bloggers and ask them 11 new questions.

• Notify the nominees by commenting on one of their blog posts.

• List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo on your post.

I know a lot of you don’t like awards but I do. It helps us to better know our blogging community. So I happily nominate anyone who has taken the time read this post and my questions are below if you’d like to join in and spread some of that proverbial sunshine. 🤗❤️

My 11 Questions:

1. How long have you been blogging and what prompted you to start?

2. What do you write about on your blog and why?

3. Typically, how much time do you spend each week on your blog?

4. What prompts you to follow certain blogs?

5. Do your family and friends read your blog? And, if so, what feedback (if any) do they give you?

6. It’s The Sunshine Blogger Award so how do you spread rays of sunshine on your blog?

7. If you could change one thing about blogging, what would it be?

8. If you were to impart one pearl of wisdom about blogging, what would it be?

9. Who or what, if anything, has influenced your blog?

10. What’s the best bit about blogging?

11. What’s your idea of “A Perfect Day”?

The Sunshine Blogger Award VI

A huge thanks to Saba Niaz siddique who has kindly brought me some more sunshine by nominating me again for this award. I much enjoy reading the blogs of those from different cultures to my own, I find them so instructive and informative and they help me to view things from another’s perspective which is so important. Indeed the strap line on Saba’s blog, which she only started in March of this year, is as follows:

Get rid of ignorance. Share what we know and search what we don’t know.

Admirable sentiments! Please go and check out her excellent blog, say hi, give her a follow and show some support to a newbie blogger.

Here’s those all-important award rules

1. Show the logo on your blog √

2. Thank the blogger who niminated you √

3. Respond to the 11 questions you were asked √

4. Bestow this honour on other bloggers √

5. Pose said bloggers 11 questions √

Questions posed by Saba

1. Have you had anything date back to your salad days?

Now, I’m not too sure what Saba means by this and my salad days were a long, long time ago.

2. What is your favourite possession?

I’m not big on possessions. Sure, I have lots of stuff but, if the flat was burning down, I’d grab my beloved husband and run. oh, and maybe Teddy (see photo below), we’ve been together for a very long time.

3. Do you like to watch cartoons with kids?

I love cartoons! While I don’t mind watching them with kids, I do find that they constantly chatter over the film, generally to tell you what’s happening next. It’s best to watch them in the privacy of your own home or on a long-haul flight.

4. Dedicate a short paragraph in honour of your country.

I was born in Great Britain but have always considered myself a European, rather than British. Please don’t ask me to explain Brexit as I see it as a cry for help from disadvantaged communities rather than any real comprehension of the complex issues. I’ve spent the last 15 years living and working in France. If Brexit goes ahead, I’ll apply for a French passport. This is my home and I have no wish or desire to return to the UK. I moved to France because I adore the French and their way of life, their culture, beliefs, food and weather. I’ve found paradise on earth and I’d like to stay here.

5. What do you easily give away:-

  • Your books

  • Your toys too 

Would you lend him out? No, he’s way too old.

  • Money

The answer to this question is none of the above! About the only things I do give away easily are my time and baked goodies.

6. What do you feel when you visit your fellow bloggers but they forget that your blog also exists?

I never give it a moment’s thought. Life is too short to sweat the small stuff.

7. Does blogging really matter?

I think it depends on why you blog. I blog for my own amusement and it’s an easy way for friends and family around the world to keep up with what we’re doing. If other people read and like my blogs then that’s bunce.

8. Five lessons you’ve learned so far from your life?

  1. Be true to yourself
  2. Do unto others as you would have others do unto you
  3. If you can give someone else a helping hand, do it
  4. Don’t put off tomorrow stuff you can do today
  5. Go for it! You never want your epitaph to be “If only!”

9. Have you remembered your time with your teacher(s), would you like to share?

I enjoyed school (and university) but it was a long time ago.

10. Who is more corrupt, leaders or common people, or both?

11. What is sacrifice?

Giving up something you value for the sake of other considerations.

My nominees

This is my third Sunshine Blogger Award in as many weeks. If you’ve taken the time to read my entire post and have found yourself here – Congratulations, you’ve been nominated.

Here’s my 11 Questions

1. Describe your perfect day and explain what makes it so.

2. If you could invite anyone (dead or alive) to dinner, which 5 people would you invite and why?

3. What would you serve at the dinner in 2 above?

4. What’s your favourite sport and why?

5. If you could solve one of the many problems facing today’s world, what would it be and why?

6. Are you a cat or a dog person?

7. Use 5 adjectives to describe yourself

8. How do you enjoy spending your vacation time?

9. What brings joy into your life?

10. At this stage in your life what’s the most important lesson you’ve learnt?

11. Who are you going to nominate for this award?

Thanks for reading, have a great day and remember:-

 

Sunshine Blogger Award V

Awards are like buses, you wait for ages and then two come along at almost the same time. I know lots of bloggers pooh pooh awards but I believe it’s a great way to encourage new bloggers and they help us all get to know one another better. It’s all about spreading some sunshine and who doesn’t enjoy that? Exactly!

I was nominated by a relative newbie to the blogosphere Saba Niaz Siddique,  a native Urdu writer, who started her blog in early March to help improve her writing in English. That’s a laudable aim and I know a number of the bloggers I follow write in a language other than their monther-tongue and they’re all to be congratulated. It isn’t easy and I say that as someone who’s a bit of a polyglot and, while I do write in languages other than English, I’ve never attempted it on my blog. So a big shout out and grateful thanks to Saba for the nomination.

The aim of Saba’s blog is to “Get rid of ignorance. Share what we know and search what we don’t know.” I feel this is very pertinent for all of us. She’s written some very interesting and informative pieces, such as the one on Ramadam. On a less serious note, she often writes about her cat Sweetie who’s just given birth to a litter of kittens. So don’t forget to drop by, check out her blog say “hi” and give her a follow.

Here’s those all-important award rules

1. Show the logo on your blog

2. Thank the blogger who niminated you

3. Respond to the 11 questions you were asked

4. Bestow this honour on other bloggers

5. Pose said bloggers 11 questions

The questions Saba asked me

Unsurprisingly, Saba has posed some very thought-provoking questions.

1. What do you think of my personality?

It’s hard to be specific when you only know someone through their blog. But I would hazard a guess that Saba’s a very kind, caring and thoughtful person possessing a lively and inquisitive mind.

2. Do you take stand if someone is abusing someone regardless of any so called difference?

Absolutely! Differences are delightful, they’re what distinguishes us from one another. They should be embraced and celebrated, not abused.

3. Write a short humorous post?

I have written a number of humorous posts in the past. Most of these revolve around something either I or my beloved have done, or haven’t done. Here’s one from my archives.

4. How long does your habit support your nature? (nature is who you are, and habit you adopt from nurture).

The nature vs. nurture debate is an ongoing current topic centered around the effect genes have on human disposition as opposed to the influences that early environment and development might have. I would say that I’m a product of my parent’s upbringing but that’s been heavily shaped by my experiences.

5. What would be the level of your excitement for Christmas eve in your salad days? Have you had any gift back in your childhood?

My salad days were quite some time ago but fortunately, despite my advancing years, I’m blessed with a good memory. As a child, I was always fairly hyper on Christmas Eve and up early on Christmas Day (05:00am) to open my presents though I tended to derive more pleasure from the present’s wrapping material than the present itself. Quickly repurposing boxes, paper and tape. Or, I used the present for something other that its intended use. I recall, I turned a beautiful doll’s pram into a wheel barrow. One abiding memory, from the Christmas before I was five years old, was finding my first two-wheeled bike, albeit with stabilisers, propped up against a tree in the park on a pre-Xmas lunch walk. It was red and shiny and mine. I quickly lost the stabilisers and had hours of fun riding that bike. Fun that I’ve never lost as I still enjoy riding a bike.

6. Paper books or e-books? why or why not?

I love reading and use my iPad to keep up to date with the news but I prefer to buy books, particularly cookery books. There’s usually a pile next to my bed which I enjoy dipping into and re-reading, seeking inspiration.

7. Have you remember your experience in primary school ( grade 1 to 5)?

Now, Saba’s really trying to tax my memory! My first primary school was a girl’s only, private prep school where I was in the class one year ahead of my age group. I sat at the front of the class under the teacher’s watchful eye as I tended to be one of the more lively members of the small class.

8. What do you do for energy saving?

Cycle! Eat local and seasonal.

9. Your occupation is your passion or profession?

Prior to my early retirement, I spent many years working in the financial services industry as a CFO in a largely administrative role, managing teams of people in some of the following functions IT, HR, Finance, Company Secretarial, Facilities which I much enjoyed, but I wouldn’t say it was my passion. I save that for my beloved and sport.

10. Would you like to share your bitter experience in life? (If any).

I gave this a great deal of thought because I’ve had lots of different experiences but I couldn’t remember anything that I would describe as bitter, or even bitter-sweet. Maybe, I’ve just been very fortunate.

11. What is the level of satisfaction for you?

I’m not sure I understand exactly what Saba meant by this. I’m a very positive person. On the odd occasions where there are clouds, I can always find silver linings. However, I always strive to do my best and am never satisfied unless I feel I’ve done that.

12. Don’t you think I don’t deserve this award…..

Hmmm, a double negative – I think we both deserve this award Saba. And you’ve asked 12 rather than 11 questions. Did you think I wouldn’t notice? By the way, I’m pulling your leg.

My nominees

This is my second Sunshine Blogger Award in as many days, although I have spaced out my responses. If you’ve taken the time to read my entire post and have found yourself here – Congratulations, you’ve been nominated.

Here’s my 11 Questions

1. Describe your perfect day and explain what makes it so.

2. If you could invite anyone (dead or alive) to dinner, which 5 people would you invite and why?

3. What would you serve at the dinner in 2 above?

4. What’s your favourite sport and why?

5. If you could solve one of the many problems facing today’s world, what would it be and why?

6. Are you a cat or a dog person?

7. Use 5 adjectives to describe yourself

8. How do you enjoy spending your vacation time?

9. What brings joy into your life?

10. At this stage in your life what’s the most important lesson you’ve learnt?

11. Who are you going to nominate for this award?

 

 

The Sunshine Blogger Award III


Well, what a lovely way to kick off 2019 – at the back end of 2018 Dr Tanya kindly nominated me for another Sunshine Blogger Award. Please take the time to check out and follow her blog which has a great name, “Salted Caramel.” Who doesn’t love that? Dr Tanya likes it in brownies and ice cream. That melange of sweet and salty is soooooooooooooo addictive.

Dr Tanya’s lifestyle blog is about continually re-inventing ourselves, change being the only constant, and forwards the best way to go. On her blog she shares her struggles so that you and I can become even better versions of our already awesome selves.


The rules are as follows:

  • Thank the person who nominated you and provide a link back to their blog so others can find them.
  • Answer the 11 questions asked by the blogger who nominated you.
  • Nominate 11 other bloggers and ask them 11 new questions.
  • Notify the nominees about it on one of their own posts.
  • List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo on your post and/or your blog site.

My Responses to Dr Tanya’s Questions:

  1. Why do you blog? Of course, because you want to. But do you blog as a hobby or to complement a business, or for other reasons?

I blog because I can and it’s purely for pleasure, neither profit nor gain.

  1. How long have you been blogging and how has your blog been doing in this time?

I’ve been blogging on and off since mid-2009. It started as a way to keep my sponsors for a cycling event apprised of my progress and morphed into firstly a cycling blog and more recently what might be called a Lifestyle one. 

  1. Do you write for yourself or for your readers?

Rather selfishly, I write for myself.

  1. Has blogging changed you or your life in any way?

Not that I’m consciously aware of but I do enjoy the discipline of writing regularly.

  1. What kind of blogs do you like to read and follow?

I love reading all sorts of blogs including those about food, wine, travel, fashion, poetry, photography and sport. There’s so much great writing out there in the blogosphere.

  1. If you were to write a book this year, what would it be called? (This question doesn’t apply to already published authors)?

I’m not going to be writing a book anytime soon, though I have edited a couple – far more enjoyable and much less stressful.

  1. What is your favourite quote?

Anything by Dorothy Parker, I love her witty ripostes.

  1. Name a book that has inspired you.

I’m struggling to think of a book that has inspired me. There’s plenty that I’ve enjoyed, I’m a voracious reader, but none that have inspired.

  1. Share a link to your favourite post/posts.

We’re not going to have enough room to do this here!

  1. How do your family/friends/pets react to your blogging habit?

My long-suffering husband is supportive, friends overseas find it a useful way of keeping in touch and I don’t have any pets.

  1. Do you still see yourself blogging in five years?

Yes, providing I’m still in the land of the living!


My 11 Questions:

  1. How long have you been blogging and what prompted you to start?
  2. What do you write about on your blog and why?
  3. Typically, how much time do you spend each week on your blog?
  4. What prompts you to follow certain blogs?
  5. Do your family and friends read your blog? And, if so, what feedback (if any) do they give you?
  6. It’s The Sunshine Blogger Award so how do you spread rays of sunshine on your blog?
  7. If you could change one thing about blogging, what would it be?
  8. If you were to impart one pearl of wisdom about blogging, what would it be?
  9. Who or what, if anything, has influenced your blog?
  10. What’s the best bit about blogging?
  11. What’s your idea of “A Perfect Day”?

My 11 Nominees are <cue drum roll>:

Best Indian Food Blog https://bestindianfoodblog.wordpress.com/2018/12/28/nimki/

Matty and Annika https://mattyandannika.life/

Poetry in photographs at https://etiliyle.com/informazioni/

Calm Kate at https://aroused.blog/2018/12/28/friday-foto-fun-cute-factor/

Our Girl in Zurich https://ourgirlinzurich.com/about/

Rosemarie’s Kitchen https://rosemarieskitchensite.wordpress.com/2018/12/28/putting-on-the-ritz-mac-and-cheese-ham-casserole/comment-page-1/#comment-831

Oh yes they did https://ohyestheydid.ca/2018/12/28/easy-fleece-baby-hat/

Kat at Antiquarius https://antiquarius.org/2018/12/28/yule-ritual/

Kellie’s Food to Glow https://kelliesfoodtoglow.com/

Rachel Hill https://thisisrachelhill.wordpress.com/about/

The Sunshine Blogger Award II

A big thank you and shout out to Ahmed Alozade, Digital Artist, who kindly nominated me for “The Sunshine Blogger Award.”  He said:

You deserve, because of the importance and the beauty of your blog, which diffuses the light like the sun 🙂

Isn’t that charming? It quite made my day.  

Answers to Ahmed’s questions:

1. My favourite breakfast?

A cup of strong hot coffee with avocado on toast.

2. Favourite author and why?

I don’t really have one because I read a wide range of books. I have favourite authors for different types of books. But if I had to pick one it would probably be Evelyn Waugh, whose entire catalogue I read while at university.

3. Favourite painter?

Again, I don’t have a particular favourite. But if I had to pick just one it would probably be French Impressionist landscape artist Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot who is allegedly one of the most copied artists.

4. Favourite movie?

The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

5. Favourite quote?

I’ve always admired the sharp, rapier-like wit of Dorothy Parker. Of course, many of her famous quotes aren’t politically correct. However, I rather like this one, and it’s so true! “Beauty is only skin deep, but ugly goes clean to the bone.” 

6. More interesting concept in your life?

I’m not too sure what Ahmed means by “concept” so I’m going to interpret it as “belief.” I’m conservative with a small “c” so I’m pretty sure that none of my beliefs are particularly interesting. However, I do believe that if you can give someone a helping hand, you should do it.

7. Why did you start blogging?

I started the blog to keep my sponsors up-to-date on my progress towards achievement of a particular objective. Once achieved, I was going to stop blogging but family and friends asked me not to as my blog was a good way of keeping in touch.

8. If you could live at another time in history, when would it be and why?

I have no desire to go back in time. I’m happy living in the here and now.

9. What is your favorite place to visit?

Australia and there’s plenty of posts on my blog about our trips there in 2016 and 2017.

10. Best quality in your partner’s personality?

This one is much easier to answer. My beloved is very kind and considerate. 

11. Which famous person do you admire most and why?

The problem with famous people is that you have to rely on what’s been written about them, much of which is anecdotal. I’ve met and gotten to know very few famous people. If I were to pick one it would be Dr Bridie O’Donnell whom I had the pleasure of interviewing a few years ago after she’d set the UCI hour record. A former elite athlete in a number of disciplines, she’s now Head of Office for Women in Sport and Recreation in Victoria, Australia.

My nominees are all blogs which bring sunshine into my life with their stories, poems, photos, artwork and recipes. It was hard to pick just 11!

1. https://dramarthacastronoriegatijuana.wordpress.com

2. https://myonebeautifulthing.com

3. https://mariamcclure.wordpress.com

4. https://adudeabikes.wordpress.com

5. http://masalavegan.com

6. https://professionaltravels.wordpress.com

7. https://familyofthetravelingpantsblog.wordpress.com

8. https://mamaeatsplants.com

9. https://adrizama.wordpress.com

10. https://lazyfitvegan.com

11. http://shortroundandfast.com

If you accept the Sunshine Blogger Award, you must answer my eleven questions and name eleven blogs that bring Sunshine into your life and the lives of others.

My Questions?

1. How do you take your coffee?
2. If you have a free couple of hours, what would you do and why?
3. What’s your favourite sport and why?
4. Which team are you supporting in the FIFA World Cup?
5. Which languages do you speak?
6. Where are you planning to visit next?
7. Why did you start blogging?
8. What would be your last meal on this earth?
9. What is your most prized possession and why?
10. What’s your favourite time of year and why?
11. Who would you like to invite to dinner and why?

Thanks!