Very Inspiring Blogger Award: Frankly, My Dear…

Shut your Southern drawling trap, Rhett Butler, because I do give a damn.

A Mr. pikeknight has been kind enough to nominate me and 14 other bloggers for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award!

According to the powers that be, in accepting this award, I must:

1. Display the award logo on your blog.
2. Link back to the person who nominated you.
3. State 7 things about yourself.
5. Nominate 15 other bloggers for this award and link to them.
6. Notify those bloggers of the nomination and the award’s requirements.
7. Realize there is no #4 on the list. And no, this is not part of the actual requirements. I’m just kind of an ass. And desperate to be creative. So someone please stop me while I’m ahead or else I’ll keep rambling vainly and endlessly about how wonderfully witty and sarcastic I am and…

Did someone mentally slap me in the face? Thank you. Now moving on from the above shenanigans:

Very Inspiring Blogger Award

Thank you, Mr. pikeknight, for the nomination. I feel it would be too histrionic and eye-roll-worthy if I were to break out into a Sally Fields Oscar-winning moment, so I’ll just let a hearty “thank you” suffice. So- here are 7 things about my fascinating self and the awesome bloggers that deserve this award (Note: The words following “fascinating self” in that sentence are not sarcastic. I promise. These bloggers really are awesome and you need to check them out).

1. Starting off with something basic: My favorite book is The Picture of Dorian Gray by [King of the Aesthetes and witty comebacks] Oscar Wilde. Poetic, dark, and ever-so-quotable.

2. Something nostalgic: I sucked on my thumb until I was 7 years old. My parents tried rubbing lemon on my stubby digit as a deterrent. It worked – for a little while. Today, I like eating lemons as if they’re oranges.

3. Something wishful: I love to travel. My grandparents took my sister and I on great road trips cross country and out of the country. I’d like to see and explore as much of this wide world as I can before age catches up to me.

4. Something musical: I like music, but I’m terrible with lyrics, titles, and artist names. If you want to know if I’ve heard a song, you’ll have to hum the chorus to me.

5. Something scary: Even though my ancestry (as far as I know) is Chinese, I was born in the U.S. And even though I learned Mandarin before I learned English, my Mandarin is now worse than that of a Chinese 101 student.

6. Something whimsical: My favorite sound in the world is the laughter of little children. (That sounded less creepy in my head).

7. Something I live by: Moderation is key. Logic is good. However, everything in moderation – even moderation. And never let Logic make you forget that you’re a fleshy, feeling human being.

Very Inspiring Bloggers (in no particular order)

  1. Perfect Toadstool
  2. Mightier Than the Pen
  3. Wary. Contrary. And No Virgin Mary!
  4. Not a Tourist. An Explorer.
  5. Geeky Book Snob
  6. Consider the Tea Cosy
  7. Sardonically Sunny
  8. Anonymous Tales in Montreal
  9. Things I Learned Out of the Classroom
  10. Minor Problems
  11. Realistic Optimism
  12. Kate Cracking Up
  13. NailsBails
  14. Cartoons & Creative Writing
  15. Whoa, Molly

So keep blogging, reading, commenting – and have a happy holidays, folks!

-Stressed Out Student

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13 thoughts on “Very Inspiring Blogger Award: Frankly, My Dear…

  1. Pingback: Oscar Wilde Quotes for the Soul[less] | Stressing Out College

  2. Thank you for the recognition! Your writing is wonderful and always puts a smile on my face (unless you were to write about something sad-that might be an inappropriate response). Anyway, thank you and keep it coming!

  3. Thanks for the ego boost just before my exams, it helped a lot. I’m also finally going to try being more active in the blogging world. i’ve been putting it off long enough

  4. Thank you for the recognition. Your Paypal payment seems to be stuck in process. Something about a roomful of badgers. I didn’t inquire further. As you might understand.

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