Thank you jade0207 for nominating me.
Check out her blog. She is new here, but certainly talented when it comes to describing emotions.
1 Make a post thanking and linking the person who nominated me.
2 Include the Liebster Award sticker in the post.
3 Nominate 5-10 other bloggers and notify them of this on of their posts.
4 All nominated bloggers are to have less than 200 followers.
5. Answer the 11 questions posed by your nominator and create 11 different questions for your nominees to answer. Or, you can repeat the same questions.
6. Copy these rules into your post.
Questions for me.
1) What is perfect love for you?
This is not fair. The first question shouldn’t be this difficult. Let’s see. Perfect love is accepting each other’s imperfections and loving each other in spite of them. No, scrap that. That’s too bookish. I don’t know squat about perfect love.
2) Dancing in the rain or snow fight?
Dancing and me? I dance like a horse. Not that they dance, but if you can picture a horse dancing, you will know how I look like when I dance. So, it’s a snow fight for me. I’ve never had one. I’ve never even seen an actual snowfall in real life.
3) What’s the best thing about kids?
They can say poo and make adults laugh. When I say it, I get frowns and dark muttering faces.
4) Hit me with the most dangerous thing you’ve ever done.
I killed 141 mosquitoes with my bare hands one night.
5) Which other language would you want to learn?
Urdu. I know a little bit at present, but I’d like to gain fluency in it. I think politically biased historical decisions have led to a slow demise of this wonderful language in India.
6) Your favourite movie?
Shawshank Redemption. I’ve seen it many times.
7) What keeps you motivated to keep blogging?
Funny and interesting interactions I have with other bloggers. I usually spend more time commenting or reading other people’s comments than writing stuff for my blog.
8) What superhero power do you want?
Superheroes never seem to have the need to eat, bathe or release waste. That would be a pretty cool power. I could have so much time to do nothing.
9) What gets wetter and wetter the more it dries?
I don’t know, ice?
10) Tell me something about you no one else in the blogosphere knows.
The day I got selected for my school cricket team was one of the happiest days of my life. Of course, what happened after we played the match is another story.
That’s all, I think. As for the nominations, I will play it a bit differently. I won’t ask any questions. I will just mention some blogs that I love reading (within the confines of Liebster rules, of course). So, if you are reading this post, please check out these blogs. You will not be disappointed.
Where I wield my pen
Shweta, here, has a talent for tweaking the heartstrings with powerful endings to her poems.
This is mostly a poetry blog. There are poems in both Hindi and English. I really enjoy the Hindi ones.
Revels is one of the most thoughtful writers I have met here. You will find her talking eloquently on issues ranging from death, trust and family. An optimist, who will always have words that will make you look at things in the positive light.
Thereby hangs a tail
(I know you’ll hate me for this KT, but I’ve got to say it)
This guy is hands down one of the funniest persons I’ve met here. His versatile writing will also move you to tears sometimes. A true animal lover and a doting father. Trust me his blog is brilliant.
My journey with Hijab
Sana started this blog with a specific set of reasons as evident from the name of the blog. Over time she has also written on issues like marriage and freedom to wear anything one pleases. And it seems she is a lean mean cooking machine as well.
A mysterious writer who has a talent for observing the minute details of life we usually take for granted. Has started writing in Urdu as well. How cool is that!
Musings of an Indian Aussie Hijabi
Aaliyah is one of my favourite bloggers. A young woman with a sharp wit and a profound sense of humour. When she is not writing about dog chases, you will find her pondering on social issues ranging from racism, discrimination and jingoism.