What an unexpected surprise I got from Nissi, from Nissiknows.wordpress.com when she nominated me for the 7×7 blog awards! This is my very first blog recognition and I am honored to participate. You must go read Nissi’s blog, as she writes beautifully, and puts life into perspective through her posts. (And I understand she is a shoe gal like me!) I admit, I had to do a little research just to see what this was all about, and am excited to write this post. You have a few requirements so here I go….
Number 1. Thank the person who nominated you. Nissi, thank you for the nomination, and for reading my blog. I appreciate that you have taken an interest in what I write and I love that even though I don’t know you, I feel supported by you.
Number 2. Share 7 things about yourself. Only 7? Okay….
1. I eat Nutella with a spoon for dessert.
2. I want to learn a foreign language, but know I never will.
3. My husband and I go through 2 gallons of milk each week.
4. I want to go to Greece, badly.
5. I enjoy ironing.
6. I want Giuliana Rancic’s job on E!
7. I hate talking on the phone.
Number 3. Share 7 of your blog posts that fit into the following categories…
Most beautiful: Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas The song gets me every time. I am so hopeful that my heart will be light and that my troubles will be out of sight…
Most Helpful: Moss Wreath I say this was the most helpful because from all of my DIY posts, this one has had the most views…hmmmm.
Most Popular: Egg Noodle Casserole Again I relied on my stats to tell me this one. I guess you all liked this one. (It is pretty good).
Most Controversial: Pink or Blue and Our Healing Hearts I wouldn’t say these were controversial, but they were the closest posts I had. I couldn’t pick one without the other. This could be considered controversial only because I really opened up to share wonderful news when maybe I shouldn’t have. I don’t regret it, but one could question if that really was the right move. I opened myself up to where I had no choice but to write Our Healing Hearts…
Most Surprisingly Successful: Color Blocking Just surprised this was successful that’s all.
Most Underrated: Wedding Attire Come on people, it was my wedding!
Most Pride Worthy: Driftwood Monogram This was the project that Kevin loved the most. This is meaningful to us because it is made from the driftwood of our favorite place in the world. I love it. (I love all of my projects though).
Number 4. Nominate 7 other bloggers. Okay, I can’t wait to read your posts!
Have a great week!