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I've Been Nominated!

I've been nominated for the Liebster Award, by Leah at Apassionata! Thank you so much Leah!

About the 'Liebster award' Bloggers nominate other bloggers that they like with 200 followers or less. It doesn't matter what kind of blog you have, or in what language. If you have a blog then you can be nominated! It's to get to know new bloggers a little better and go networking with them, it's going on for a few years I guess. It's never ending! 

The rules
1. List 11 facts about yourself
2. Answer the 11 questions the blogger who nominated you left
3. Ask 11 new questions for those you nominate
4. Choose 11 bloggers with less than 200 followers to nominate
5. Go to each blogger's page and let them know about the award
6. Thank the person who nominated you and link back to their blog 
11 Facts about me
1. I love old movies.
2. I am learning to cook by cooking on Mondays, so far I am good at tuna casserole.
3.It takes me about six months to paint a painting that I am pleased with.
4. I love playing Risk.
5. I am working on my first novel.
6.  I hate going to the mall.
7. I am starting to enjoy photography more.
8. The Last Battle is my favorite book of the Chronicles of Narnia.
9. I have brown eyes.
10. I love salads, but I prefer them to have some kind of meat in it : )
11. I am a sophomore in high school.

Questions from Leah
1. Would you rather be respected, or loved? I enjoy being both, but they go together.
Respect comes as a outward action of love. I am loved by, most importantly, God and family.
2. What is a favorite quote of yours?  "God is capable of the immeasurably more."- Louie Giglio
3. List 3 of your favorite songs at the moment? Awake my Soul, God's great Dance Floor, Kings and Queens.
4. Cows or peacocks? Peacocks, they are prettier.
5. Describe your style/taste in art, design, fashion? I like to be comfortable in what I wear, but I like to look nice. Right now, I am really liking my new leather boots : )
6. What place would you travel to if you could? Israel, I want to be an archeologist.
7. Coffee or Tea? At this point in my life, caffeine is very important so I would have to say coffee.
8. Introvert or extrovert? I think I am naturally extroverted, but only in the past couple years have I found a good balance between the two.
9. What do you hope to do with your life? Graduate with a history major and get a
masters in Biblical Archeology
10. What's your favorite entree?Sausage, peppers and onions, and potatoes.
11. If you could be granted 1 wish, what would it be? Get an agent for my novella.

My Questions
1. What is your favorite school subject?
2. What is your favorite season?
3. Would you choose shoes or barefeet?
4. Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner?
5. Chocolate or vanilla?
6. What is your favorite Disney movie?
7. What is one dessert that you want to make?
8. Would you rather play or watch a sport?
9. Favorite book you have read in the past year?
10. What is your favorite pet?
11. Would you rather read or write?

1. Sandy
2. Alisha
3.As I was looking for people to give this award too, I found that most of the newer blogs I read, have already received. (What do you know : ) So I will stick with to, but I will encourage these people to try to get to get to eleven.

Thanks again Leah!


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