2017.The Year of the Lovely Stories and Lovely Encounters
Few moons back and many brighter days, the amazing BE KITSCHIG– BE NICE! BE GREEN! BE KITSHIG! has nominated my blog for the One Lovely Blog Award.
BE KITSCHIG is a lovely & shimmering foundation for glamorous glittery stories and quotes you could not but LOVE! Here is one – “In difficult times, fashion is always outrageous!” We have some things in common – I am green and glittery ❤
My mind is now full of apologies as I let time pass before writing this happy post in thanking the Lovely BE KITSCHIG for this nomination. All the people behind their amazing blogs and crafty words are lovely and wonderful. All they write is in betrayal of the beauty in our souls that enlightens and creates happiness.
I would like to nominate everybody for their lovely, lovely words and feelings as all the people that I have met here have touched my soul and changed something in me. I have learned a lot and become more than I have ever thought I could be.
These are the lovely nominees and please remember that everybody is invited to this “movable feast”.
Please note you are under no obligation by my nominating you. This is just a token of my appreciation for your amazing work and words.
- Thank the person that nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
- List the rules.
- Display the award on your post of the award.
- List seven facts about yourself.
- Nominate 15 bloggers for this award and comment on one of their posts to let them know you have nominated them.
And my trivialities:
I was born under the star sign of Gemini, so there are 2 people inside me: one Before Coffee and one After Coffee.
I used to have 5 wisdom teeth, all of them popping up at the same time. After this whenever I was trying to impress my audience with some straightforward words of wisdom, they say that maybe it was not such a good idea to take the fifth one out.
I wear 40 for footwear (9.5 US size) and 41 for roller-skates (and I am not that tall). Some simpletons might say I don’t need skis. I don’t. I only have cross-country skis, which are supposed to be longer and I couldn’t possibly beat this.
Everything can be solved after (or during) a ride in the park with my lovely bicycle. Most of my poetry has been written there.
Music must have been the food of the Gods. Being humble and an earthling, I just try to live on music and eat as little as possible. When feeling hungry as hell I can see the huge gap between us and the Gods.
The greatest fun is to laugh at myself with myself and some randomly carefully chosen earthlings. I have yet to find better jokes or better humour than the real life humour of the clumsiest green scatterbrain nice person.