Sisterhood of World Bloggers Award

Sisterhood of World Bloggers Award






First nomination of the year! Thank you Mawusi for the nomination! I really appreciate it! 

Mawusi’s questions and my answers:

Your favourite colour? White

Your favourite animal?  chihuahua

Favourite non alcohol drink? coconut kiss

Facebook or Twitter? Twitter

Your favourite pattern? Anything with multiple hearts does it! 

Do you prefer getting or giving presents? Giving

Your favourite number? 23

Your favourite day of the week? Saturday

Your favourite flower? Tulips

What is your passion? Working with children


My nominees:

Madeline Scribes

Yvonne Ben


Just a small town girl

Suzie speaks


A devoted life


Miss Kris



To accept the nomination, nominees must answer following questions and nominate other female bloggers!

What is your motivation for blogging?


What is your aim for blogging?


What has been your biggest challenge?


What are you looking forward to?


What is your greatest fear?


How do you plan dealing with your fear?


What is it you can’t do but wished you could?


What do you love doing most? (Hobbies)


What role does family play in your life? (and sisters?)


What is your favorite quote?


I will be visiting your blogs to read your answers! 

Thank you ladies




Love Bombs

Love Bombs

When someone manipulates you in the name of love, you should know it ain’t real love.

Madeline Scribes

love bombs

One of my young male friends was very excited about a new love interest. She lived a few hours away and he didn’t have a car, so seeing each other was going to be kind of difficult. They had met at a conference he went to for work and he said it was love at first sight. They spent the entire conference canoodling and planning their future together. There was just one tiny detail she had to take care of before that could happen. She was married. I remember rolling my eyes at him, but he seemed to be quite smitten. I told him that being married was not a tiny detail and he should not get too involved. There was a better chance she would never leave her husband for him and he might get his heart broken.  He was adamant and went on to describe to me how she…

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