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So, you are looking for Awards…

I have ‘something’ to help you on your journey to achieve success:

1. The Quote.

‘Only those who attempt the absurd can achieve the impossible.’ A. Einstein 

2.  Mystery Blogger Award from Steff Pasciuti. Thanks girl & check her blog here: Steff P

A) You have to live the life of your favorite book character. How do you feel?
JUST NO! haha
B) Would you rather only read your favorite book over again and again or never reread anything new at all?
I think I’ll write instead… 

C) Which was the book that made you fall in love with reading?
The book from my childhood with one-line texts – my first love (4-5 yo)
And then I read a lot of books about adventure. I don’t remember the authors or names but there was one cool book about people who looked like crocodiles (I mean their heads=faces) and about two boys who have tried to save the world.
D) The ideal life for you includes what 3 things?
Health #1, Peace #2 and #3 GoodIncome = #Money
Yes I know, but no money – no honey. Do not come to my door and say it is bad of you, Victoria, blah blah. Yes, sometimes it is. When it is too much and the person is freaking out because she/or he doesn’t know what to do with all those money, but a good income is a #must if you want to feel free. I’ve been on the other side quite a long time and I know what I’m talking about.
E) Do you like riddles?
A merchant has a fox, a rabbit, and a head of lettuce and sits on the edge of a river. He has a small raft capable of carrying only himself and one item at a time, but without his supervision, the fox will eat the rabbit, and the rabbit will eat the lettuce. How can he successfully transport all goods from one side of the river to the next without losing the lettuce or rabbit? The dilemma, of course, is true regardless of which side of the river they are on and there is no other way across.

ANSWER: I’d eat lettuce and a rabbit and then I’d take a fox with me. But let’s say it is 2 my dogs and their snacks. Hm. Thats fkn dilemma, because I can’t eat my dogs. So I think we’d go back or went somewhere else. Why the heck we should cross over that river? We are fine where we are lol 

3. Mystery Blogger Award from Rory. Thanks a lot! – A Guy Called Bloke

A) If you were trapped on an isolated hilltop after your plane had crashed with your family and friends, would you resort to starvation or cannibalism?
I’d try to go down of that hill. If no – then starvation.
But because I can’t be sure about friends (friends who??), so I’d probably kill them first. And then – yeah, right… starvation.
B) If your best friend had murdered someone would you help bury the body?
Yes. I would never tell anyone as well. But only if it was my childhood friend, otherwise – friend whoo??
C) Do you ever wonder – what next – after the end of your time? If so, what is next?

The next part of life is Life. There’s no end of time. 

D) You know in the movies when the victims are being chased by the terrible nasty and they hit them, and think they are dead, but look back and discover the body gone?? If this was YOU how would you ensure the thing stays dead?
You can’t hit just once. Hit 33 times so you’ll be sure he/she won’t move anymore. Right?
E) 
What’s the meanest thing you have ever hoped would happen to someone… eh??
Hope that they’ll die peacefully somewhere far-far-away and leave me the fuck alone.

4. Do you remember ‘Sunshine Nordic Little Thoughts’ Award from Ortensia – Truly Madly Ordinary

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The rules are simple:

Here’s the thought:

“When I can’t see myself in the mirror, I can’t even feel myself, and I begin to wonder if I exist at all.”

Give me your first 3 associations 🙂 and be creative (a poem, a flash story… a photo?). I’m interested to know the answers from (I can’t mention all), so let’s start with:

RobertCday

SorryLess

EarthWalking13

AppleRae 

AarzooRose

Dronstad Blog

ChewingOnGlass

Margaret 

Oh and I do love you all, you’ll be next… haha 

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Living in Sweden. Awesome. Happy. Ayurvedic food. Healthy lifestyle. Dogs. Literature. Painting. Meditation/Yoga. I love my life.
"It does not matter how long you are spending on the earth, how much money you have gathered or how much attention you have received. It is the amount of positive vibration you have radiated in life that matters" A. Ray
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52 thoughts on “So, you are looking for Awards… Leave a comment

  1. Its first time I am reading such kind of award post. It is so full of cheerfulness and of course that smart mind of yours. Super you✌🏼👍🏼Thank you for nomination hun, but I haven’t done that ever before. Need guidance here please!

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    • Haha thank you 🙂 about nomination=> I’d advice to make it the same way you do your usual post, pingback to Ortensia (it is her award) if you like, and you can link to me if you like too. Pingback doesn’t matter anyway.
      You are writing the sentence and then your 3 associations:
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      2.
      3.
      It can be anything. As I said, maybe the word, or another sentence? Quote maybe or photo.
      That’s all 🙂
      Nominate someone else: 4-5 ppl. Done

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  2. With you eating lettuce and a rabbit, you lose both the lettuce and a rabbit, so your answer is incorrect. To transport them one by one, you don’t really have much choice, but lose one of the things. Rabbit or a fox could always run away until you row back to the other side. There is no good option here. You can always grow more lettuce, so I here chose life of the animals. 😀

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  3. Got to admit I don’t do awards (yes you cheeky so-and-so I’ve had the odd nomination!) but got to say I absolutely loved reading your responses – as said more than once today already – you really are an original albeit quite bizarre writer – yep you’re great!

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  4. well first you take the rabbit over cuz the fox won’t eat the lettuce. then you go back and take the lettuce over leaving the fox. then you bring the rabbit back with you cuz it would eat the lettuce thus leaving the lettuce behind you. then you leave the rabbit and take the fox over. then you leave the fox and the lettuce cuz again the fox won’t eat the lettuce. you go back and get the rabbit and take it over to the fox and the lettuce.

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