Friday, May 27, 2011

Versatile Blogger's Award

I received the Versatile Blogger's award from Inger over at Desert Canyon Living and now I have to tell you all seven things about me you didn't know!
Thank you Inger!

1. I always shake my shoes out before putting them on.
  .There is a chance of snakes,frogs,scorpions,centipedes etc feeling comfortable in there.
    I don't particularly like any of those creatures...

2. As a child my idea of the tastiest food in the world was a whole lettuce filled with mayonnaise!

3. I passed my gr 12 exams "studying" while riding my horse...I always took a school book with me to the
    stables...      

4. I love the moon.

5. I have always been very interested in American Indians and the Black Hills,I really can't explain it,it's just
    so!!

6. I am notorious for being VERY unattached to my cellphone,hate the darned thing!

7. I can move mountains one day and be terribly lazy the next!




I would like to forward this award to: 


Jim at; http://jabacue.blogspot.com/

Allison at;http://gallimaufrylife.blogspot.com/

Terry at; http://moondanceranchco.blogspot.com/

Maura at;http://lillyanna-lilaclanecottage.blogspot.com/

Michaele at;http://sproutnwings.blogspot.com/





4 comments:

  1. woo hoo!!! congrats, liesl! i can see you riding and reading! :)

    and lettuce filled with mayo! wow!

    i can relate to the shaking the shoes. we have scorpions here too...

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  2. I am definitely with you on the native American thing! I've always been drawn to the mystery and uniqueness of their heritage.

    Thank you for including me for this award! :)

    I simply love your blog, Liesl.

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  3. I love that studying while riding thing. How cool is that.--Inger

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  4. Thanks Liesl! I am honoured to be among such highly esteemed bloggers!
    Now I must reveal info about myself....yikes! I'll do that this week.

    One of your 7 things said that you liked the moon. You wouldn't be a Cancer (sign) by any chance? I feel a real affinity with the moon myself.
    Jim

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