Versatile Blogger Award

Versatile Blogger Award

Versatile Blogger Award

Thank you so much to Imageearthtravel for this award. I feel very honoured that Nilla took the time to do this. It is an inspiration and gives me the motivation to continue with my own blogging venture.

My nominees are: A blog with wonderful words and music Stunning photography A creative art and photography blog Wonderful walks which make you feel like you are there Thoughts and creativity from Australia Travel, photography and life from South East Asia Wonderful words in the form of poetry Awesome photography Artistic creations and ideas Discovering the magic of forests Lessons from mythology Inspirational thoughts and positive thinking Adventure, photography and inspiration A personal exhibition of an artist Health, fitness, quotations and random life

7 Facts About Me:

  1. I won a bronze medal at tap-dancing when I was a child.
  2. At 17, I was a model and one of my jobs was to promote fireworks. I got my photographs in the Daily Express and Torquay Times.
  3. I came second in a body-building competition (when I used to have abs!)
  4. My favourite food is Indian and pizza. I could eat it every day.
  5. I love all things to do with nature and the natural world. One of my heroes is David Attenborough.
  6. I love wine, but I hate hangovers.
  7. I exercise most days. I love to run, swim, and work out in the gym.





16 Replies to “Versatile Blogger Award”

    1. I used to love tap dancing. Shame I didn’t keep it up, would have been a professional now! hahahaha.. I remember having a photo taken when I went to class, but for some reason I didn’t have the right outfit on, so my mum has a photo of me in a ballet tutu and shoes, looking really uncomfortable. I wasn’t cut out to be a ballet dancer! LOL πŸ˜‰

      1. I have no doubts you would have been a professional. My daughter danced too, and she was offered a place in a ballet school, but she was too young, and the school was in a different city. If she were gifted, you know, really gifted, I would approve the sacrifice, but she was just a good dancer, and it is not enough a reason for enforcing a career on a child. May be your parents though the same. Professional dancers struggle if they are not the stars. Everybody cannot be a star, no matter how good you are.

        1. I am not sure I would have been, I enjoyed it though and I think that’s the main thing. Have you even seen those programmes about pushy parents? it’s awful! Poor kids! It’s a very competitive world and it’s a shame that not everyone can be a star

          1. Yes, exactly. It is what I though about my young daughter. She didn’t have a competitive nature ( some kids have from the start), so why would I push her in this environment.

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