The oh-so lovely Lauren from The Blog You're About to Read (Go read it. Right now. You won't be disappointed.) has found it in her big heart to share with me the Versatile Blogger Award, and I'm beyond honored. Every time I hear the word versatile, I'm immediately reminded of Natalie Portman, and who wouldn't want to be associated with such a gifted human being??
|Gaahhh... She's SO versatile!|
Anyway, in receiving this award
2) Share seven facts about myself.
3) Pass it on to several other deserving bloggers.
The facts, in no particular order:
- I'm Polish. My great grandparents migrated to America from Poland. (Wow, this is really hard to just think of random things about yourself that you deem worth sharing.)
- I'm obsessed with shoes. Not fancy, girly shoes, but (white) tennis shoes, Converse and Rocket Dogs.
- I'm also obsessed with female singer/songwriters.
- I love pulling pranks on my family members.
- I could eat chicken and/or eggs every single day and never get sick of them.
- I love to drive. I've even considered becoming a trucker.
- I don't particularly want children. If God or my husband decide otherwise, so be it, but it's definitely not a goal of mine.
More deserving people/blogs:
All is Fair in Love and War
the Tsaritsa sez
Seeking to Understand (This is my attempt at getting her to blog more. For the love of everything, I hope it works.)
30 DAY MUSIC CHALLENGE
Click here to see the entire list.
Day 23 – A song that you want to play at your wedding:
I'm not the stereotypical girl who's dreamt of her perfect wedding day since the age of 5, and who has every single detail all planned out. But I am a girl. And I have thought about certain things I'd like to have at my wedding, including what music I'd like to have played. I'm also very fickle, though, so just because I want it now doesn't necessarily mean that I'll want it when that day comes.
I heard a song by Sade a while ago, and I immediately thought "This would be the perfect song to have my first dance to as a married couple!" And then I found out that Dave Navarro and Carmen Electra had the same idea. -_-
Regardless, it's a beautiful song. I think I'd like my first dance as a married woman to have some sort of significance to it, though, not just something that I hear and think "Oooh, I liiiike this!" So, I guess I'll just say that this would make a great wedding song for someone else... (Sorry, I tend to talk in figure 8s. (Like talking in circles, but more random.))