I was nominated by Hannah at The Amphletts, thank you. In all honesty I’ve put off answering these questions as I’m pants at these types of things and I don’t have favourite things really… well sometimes, but not that often but I’ll try my best not to answer lamely! Started off really positive there Natalie – well done! 😉
‘Liebster’ is Germanic in origin and can mean dearest, sweetest, kindest, nicest, beloved, lovely, kind, pleasant, valued, cute and endearing. – Thanks Hannah!
This award started back in 2011 and exists only on the internet, given by bloggers to fellow bloggers to encourage connection and support within the blogging community, and to aid in the discovery of new and upcoming bloggers – like me!
Here are the questions I was given:
Ugh.. unfortunately it’s a memory of my Dad (the sort of Dad that leaves when you’re aged three and vanishes off the face of the earth for the rest of your life). I remember picking pea pods with him in a giant field in the little village where we lived at the time. Weirdly I can remember it quite clearly which I find quite strange for a three-year old.
Friendly, loyal and hard-working
Oh wow.. I don’t know.. my mum calls me nosy, (true) and I just asked two friends who answered with “funny” and “bossy” Hmmmpph. 😉
RED VELVET – I put that in capitals as I really do love it… you can find a recipe for Red Velvet cupcakes here too.
Oh god.. I would love to conform and say something like Florence Nightingale or Shakespeare but I don’t like that and quite honestly I don’t have a hero! I really don’t. I feel left out on that one now – ha-ha so I’m going to have a good think and make sure I have a hero soon!
I love to travel so I guess the first thing I can think of is to go to a country where the culture and lifestyle is completely different to what I am used to. Maybe Pakistan, Iran or Indonesia – all look and sound beautiful but equally all have apparent reasons not to visit.
Again, kind of follows on from my andwer above but one place I do want to go to is Madagascar. My boyfriend first told me about it and since then it’s definitively at the top of my wishlist.
Geordie Shore (sorry, not sorry)… Wae’aye man!
Just be yourself. I find my most successful posts are where I just go for it! Write like you just need to get it all out and off your chest – it has to be fun! I find it therapeutic, almost like a diary – but with limits 😉
Not one thing in particular inspires me, but lots of things do. Every day life, my son and step-daughter, our holidays and days-out. Plus the cakes and yummy treats that I bake!
Time – pretty sure I can’t be the only one that struggles with that one – there’s just never enough time is there.
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