Liebster Award: Happy MeπŸ’ƒ

Award time..wow!! It’s an amazing feeling and I am super excited that I got this award nomination. My blogging journey started in October 2020 and I have around 300 great followers. I don’t know how many of them know me but one wonderful thing is that some amazing bloggers always encourage me with their beautiful words. Among them, is Mr. Lokesh Sastya, who nominated me for this wonderful award.

I thank Lokesh Sastya, The Gondwanaland for nominating me for Liebster Award. Lokesh is an honest and very decent person who always inspires his readers with his art of imagination. His blogs are pieces of an aspiring self, full of positivity and enthusiasm. I wish all his dreams come true

Coming to the award.

Rules

1.Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.

2.Answer the 11 questions given to you.

3.Nominate 11 other bloggers.

4.Ask your nominee 11 questions.

5.Notify your nominees once you have uploaded your post.

Here are my answers to Lokesh’s questions.

1.Your all-time favorite book/movie?

There are so many on the list but if I have to mention one, then it is The monk who sold his Ferrari by Robin Sarma. This book is about the purpose of life, about devotion to life. The importance of selflessly serving others, living in the present, self-discipline, self-mastery, power of words, power of silence, opposite thinking, and many lessons that I found from the book which are firmly taking off benefit me in my daily life.

2.Iced coffee or milk tea?

Milk tea.

3.If you had the ability to turn back time, what period would you return to?

Wow, if I had the ability to turn back time…I will do so many things and one is I will get back my father whom I lost at the age of 16.

4. If you could swap lives with a celebrity for a day, who would it be?

No specific name, but probably with a celebrity author or a celebrity motivational speaker.

5. If this pandemic never existed, what would you be doing right now?

I am a homemaker, a stay-at-home mother and I don’t think the existence of a pandemic makes any difference in a stay-at-home mother’s life. But due to this pandemic situation, I acknowledged what is the value of optimism in life.

6. If you could get rid of any vegetable or fruit in the entire world, what would it be and why?

I have likes and dislikes but I eat almost every fruit and vegetable.

7.Name one musical instrument have always wanted to learn how to play?

Violin. This musical instrument always attacks me. I enjoy the way musicians play the violin.

8. If you have the opportunity to make up a word and have it added to the dictionary, what it would be and what does it mean?

One word of my own would be chinka. It’s my daughter’s word and the meaning is chicken πŸ˜„ I love the way she used to chinka for chicken.

9. Name three items from your wishlist.

a. A big library.

b. A farmhouse where I can grow so many organic veggies and fruits along with colorful blossoms.

c. Set up a free kitchen for the needy, whom I meet on every sidewalk in my city.

10. If you could meet one famous person dead or alive, who would it be and why?

Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam, Ex-President of India, The Missile Man. I admire his philosophy of life, his every quote is realistic. He was an example of a real icon.

11. Your life goals. Name at least two

a. Write more and more and publish my book.

b. Free from FibromyalgiaπŸ™

Now I have to nominate 11 people. It’s hard to choose only 11 among all. So with the same questions, I would love to nominate you all.

Thank you so much for reading. Stay connected with rosida’s zone

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