Global Grazers is honored to have been nominated for a Liebster Award. This award is given to new bloggers with less than 200 followers, providing them recognition and encouragement, and helping the rest of the blogging community discover their fabulous blogs.
Our Liebster Award nomination was presented to us by Through Harold’s Lens. I have really enjoyed reading and looking at some of Harold’s beautiful posts. His colorful photos are breathtaking. They make me feel as if I were right there with him. We are all very honored to be nominated by such a talented blogger.
Here are the rules for receiving this award:
1. Each person must post 11 things about themselves.
2. Answer the questions that the tagger set for you plus create 11 questions for the people you’ve tagged to answer.
3. Choose 11 people and link them in your post.
4. Go to their page and tell them.
5. No tag backs!
My Answers to 11 Questions
1. What is your hobby beside blogging?
Playing Awalé, Chess and the Violin
2. What is/was your favorite vacation?
A family trip to Orlando, Florida
3. Where did you go and why? (An extension of question 2)
We went to Disney World because my siblings and I wanted to meet all the Disney characters and go on all the amazing rides our schoolmates had told us about.
4. What is your favorite music?
Pop, Hip-Hop/Rap,and R&B
5. What was your favorite song in 2012?
Gangnam Style, by PSY
6. Which band is your favorite and why?
I don’t have a favorite at the moment.
7. Which is one beauty product that you must have?
I don’t use beauty products.
8. What is your most valuable possession?
9. Who is your idol?
Martin Luther King, Jr.
10. Do you like scuba diving?
I have never tried it, but i’d like to.
11. If you do, where was your last dive and why?
My 11 Questions
1. What is your favorite food today?
2. What was your favorite food when you were 10?
3. Where have you always wanted to go, but haven’t yet made it there?
4. What is your favorite city/country?
5. Have you ever been to Africa?
6. If so, where have you been? If not, where would you like to go?
7. Where did you have your most amazing wildlife experience?
8. If today was your last day on Earth what would you do and with whom?
9. What is the most memorable restaurant meal you ever had?
10. What makes this meal more memorable than the rest?
11. How many languages do you speak other than your mother tongue?
(Provided by the Editor, in consultation with the rest of the team.)
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