Versatile blogger award

Hey shugars! Plenty blessings!

Yup, this is another award on board!
This is long over due. I got nominated for this award by the amazingย Sim of Sim’s Jollies and Jaunts Thanks so much dearie. Sim’s blog is informative, interacting and simply amazing. You should check her out.

The rules :
1. Put the award image on your blog
2. Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog
3. List out the rules
4. Write 7 facts about yourself
5. Nominate 11 bloggers for the award



7 facts about me
1. I love multiple births and wish/hope/pray to have a set.

2. I didn’t used to be good at making friends (still somewhat terrible at it). I used to write letters to people to be my friends ๐Ÿ˜‚ (never really worked sef)

3. I am not a TV person, I can go months without watching TV. I’ve lived without one for almost two years. But if I decided today is TV day I can flip channels from morning till night.

4. I enjoy cartons, animations.

5. I day dream A LOT!!!!

6. I love Afrocentric inspired things – Furniture, fashion (clothes, accessories)

7. One small life regret is not having a good grasp of my dialect. I understand say 50% and speak 35%. I wish I could do better. I envy those who can rap in theirs.


Quick Q : How many languages can you speak fluently?

Bubbles of love ๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’•

17 thoughts on “Versatile blogger award

  1. Lol! I don’t watch TV either and I live for 4 years without owning one. I feel like it steals my time. I’d like twins, perhaps a boy and a girl but at this rate I dunno if I’ll ever have any. In fact 1, 3 and 4 are me.

  2. Lol about multiple births. I don’t know but I feel carrying the pregnancy is often something serious. Having twins is cool though.

    Sorry about the dialect issue. It’s truly wonderful being able to speak it well. I was amused at the rap aspect.

    1. Yeah.
      I’m sure multiple pregnancy is tougher than a singleton one. But the prospect of reducing the number of time I enter the delivery room is enticing. Plus the cuteness.

  3. Igbo, ibibio, yoruba n pidgin
    “I used to write letters to people to be my friends ๐Ÿ˜‚ (never really worked sef)” Really?

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