Versatile Blogger Award

Many thanks to Dating Dramas of a Thirty Something for nominating me for the Versatile Bloggers Award.

versatile-bloggerVERSATILE

1
: changing or fluctuating readily : variable <a versatile disposition>
2
: embracing a variety of subjects, fields, or skills; also : turning with ease from one thing to another
3
a (1) : capable of turning forward or backward : reversible <a versatile toe of a bird> (2) : capable of moving laterally and up and down <versatile antennae> b of an anther : having the filaments attached at or near the middle so as to swing freely
4
: having many uses or applications <versatile building material>
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The rules of the award are that I must now divulge 7 mildly interesting facts about myself and then nominate 15 “versatile” blogs.What  is a versatile blog? And how to nominate 15 of them?

Here are some curious facts about myself:

1. The question I hate most is “Where are you from?”

2. I can read six alphabets, seven if you include the phonemic alphabet.

3. I’m learning several languages, but to my shame I can only converse fluently in English.

4. Earplugs are my greatest “must pack” item.

5. Even as a child, I always wanted to travel the world.

6. If I don’t practice yoga for two days in a row, I feel like an eighty year old.

7. I think trees are beautiful.

Here are some blogs I value, that may or may not be considered “versatile”. Since the rules don’t stipulate that these have to be WordPress blogs, I’m going to nominate words from across the blogosphere:

1. Freeconomy Blog

2. Acrobat of the Road

3. Fergus the Forager

4. I am Woman, Hear Me Roar!

5. Live! Every Day!

6. Cycling Gypsies

7. Selfsufficientish

8. Middle-Eastern Tales

9. Lonely Girl Travels

10. Sweet Things, Ferociously Far Away 

11. Melomakarona

12. Museum of Subtle Atrocities

13. Bliss Vagabond

14. Vegan Backpacker

15. Around the World Vegan

One thought on “Versatile Blogger Award

  1. Thanks, Jo :-)
    Oh, I’m certainly the same with 1, 5, 6 and 7. I don’t even have an English accent anymore so travelling in England is a pain for this one ;)

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