I Like My Awards Sunny Side Up, Please!

sunshine awardIt’s been cloudy, dreary and wet for two days now. There was little time for sunshine or dry clothes outside.

But I got an email yesterday that brightened my day and made me feel better, despite the wet weather. No, it wasn’t a Vitamin D pill; it was a nomination for the Sunshine Blogger Award!

Here are the rules that I got from Little Sister Gaming:

• Use the award logo in this post.

• Link to the person who nominated you. Thank you Little Sister Gaming and thanks for your glowing comments!

• Write ten “pieces of information about myself.”

• Nominate ten fellow bloggers ‘who positively and creatively inspire others in the blogosphere.’

• Leave a comment on the nominees’ blogs to tell them about the award.

10 Things About Me

Looks like these are ten random facts:

1. I try not to take myself too seriously. That should shine through on this blog and these facts.

2. Favourite color: blue

3. I love to both cook and cook up weekly blog posts.

4. I plan to play Guacameele! while I eat guacamole.

5. Favourite number: 4

6. My passion: writing, editing, volunteering, spending time with family and friends, and squeezing in game time somewhere

7. Favourite animal: Cheetah

8. I’m in my 20’s, but some have said I look like a twelve-year-old boy. I guess I’ll never rapidly age like the bad guy in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. That’s a bonus.

9. I’m from Canada and they think I’m slow, eh?

10. Favourite day of the week: everyday

Ten Blog Nominees

Read them to find out more.

1. A Most Agreeable Pastime

2. The (Re)Emergent Gamer

3. Stay-At-Home Gaming

4. Planet Zombo

5. United We Game

6. Geeky’n Girly

7. Jack Flacco

8. Trista DiGiuseppi

9. Oracle of film

10. Super Important Reviews

I highly recommend checking out these blogs. They’re worth your time.


Filed under Video Game Blog

3 responses to “I Like My Awards Sunny Side Up, Please!

  1. 최다해 gongjumonica

    Congratulations in your award! My favorite color is also blue and I’m in my early 20s, too. Cheers!


  2. Pingback: Poetic Justice: Game Mechanics and Narrative | The (Re)Emergent Gamer

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