As an aside, I have been "nominated" for a Sunshine Blogger award by Mama's Mumbo Jumbo, a blogger I met through a recent blog hop. She is a Floridian SAHM.
Doncha hear the angels singing?
And now for the rules (yes, there are rules ....)
1. Include the award logo in a post, or on your blog page.
2. Answer 10 questions about yourself.
3. Nominate 10-12 other fabulous bloggers.
4. Link your nominees to your post and comment on their blog letting them know about the award.
5. Share the love and link the person who nominated you.
Now, for the Q & A...
1. What would you most like to change about yourself?
I wanna be a
2. What is your theme song?
by Rick James ...
3. One part of your life, memory, action, etc., that you wish you could surgically remove from your brain?
There are few incidents I can think of, but none I would post here.
4. What generation do you wish you had been a part of?
Had I been born just a few years earlier, I would have been a part of the 1950s culture. I love the fashion and subscribe to both the Nifty Fifties and Swinging Sixties tumblr feeds.
5. What was your favorite childhood toy?
A three-legged Yogi bear scooter (here is an earlier post Yogi bear).
6. What is your favorite housecleaning chore?
Really? Does anyone really have a favorite, or is it the least abhorrent? I guess ironing *sheesh*.
7. Do you Twitter?
Once every blue moon and recently I learned how to combine this blog feed through Twitter. SUCCESS!
8. Any goals?
Always, mainly in the professional realm. Course, I would love to GO VIRAL (ya'll know what that means) on this blog.
9. Do you drink margaritas all the time?
Nope, but I will have one every once in awhile at a Mexican food restaurant.
10. What was the ugliest car you've ever driven and were you embarrassed to be seen in it?
Hahahaha, I had a post along those same lines last month (link to Behind the Wheel - writing challenge topic. What I failed to mention was this car, a 1968 Plymouth Fury. It was a land yatch, similar to this one -- dark blue car, black interior, no air conditioning (I lived in Arizona at the time), 3 on the column. When I would come to a stop, I would have to put the car in neutral and step on the gas to keep it running. I carried a water cooler filled with ice water so I could put a wet rag on my neck so I wouldn't pass out from the heat. Fun times.
My blogger fabuli nominees in alphabetical order:
7. Shoot Me Now