Thank you to Ella of Today Tomorrow Forever Ella not only for nominating me for this award, but for being an amazing person and blogger! I'm sure she would love for you to have a look at her blog and she definitely is worth subscribing to! As I've said before, I love these types of community awards because they really give smaller blogs more recognition for such hard work, especially since a lot of us put just as much effort in as the more well-known bloggers out there. I'm so glad to be able to contribute to this wonderful community!
Under my bed, you will find two long boxes full of stuff. Nothing particularly remarkable, just a whole bunch of stuff. Half-filled notebooks from elementary school, maybe a few books, a couple certificates of achievement, art projects that I have no recollection of making... that's the gist of it. It was worse a few years ago. I had an entire dresser with drawers full of board games and those little beads you can make bracelets out of. Each corner of the dresser, you would find random objects and photo frames that were strategically placed in an attempt to make it look less cluttered.
Hey guys! This is just a quick little post because I was nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award by the wonderful Daily Gold Rose blog and the lovely Soffy from The Mum Affairs. I appreciate this so much, small community awards like these are what really make a difference for new bloggers, and they make me feel especially good about my posts and my consistency in posting, which I find is something to be proud of.
The iconic cookie is special in every way: its name, the way you eat it, the way it's sandwiched...... you can't go anywhere that doesn't have Oreos or at least some generic version of the creme-filled, chocolate biscuit sandwiches. They've been stunning people with their simple cookie innovation for generations. Oreos are the biscuit legend, and with all the different versions they've made now, you won't find one person who doesn't enjoy Oreos.
When I was younger, I used to read all the time, about anything, and it was unbelievably fun. I read dystopian novels and fantasy novels and all those books where a misunderstood main character unexpectedly gets chosen by a prophecy to save the world from destruction and with some magical friends along the way, he/she obliterates the bad guy off the face of the Earth (or whatever make-believe planet they're on). I would be sitting on the couch looking at ink on a paper and yet, at the same time, I was looking in on this shattered world from the outside. I lived vicariously through books!