In my book, there's only one compliment that can top you make Carmen Electra look like a baboon's anus or Stephen Hawking sounds like Homer Simpson in comparison to your brilliant genius and that's to be called inspiring. That's why I was really taken aback and over the moon when the two lovely ladies from Petite Maison of Fashion nominated me for the Very Inspiring Blogger award. At first I thought it was a joke, but it's not and you can check that out for yourself here.
That being said, I'm not the biggest fan of awards (because I don't think I deserve any) but I still wanted to make a post about it to thank Miki and Emma so I'm going to treat this as a tag since one of the things you have to do in order to receive this award entails sharing seven facts about yourself. Even though you can get a pretty clear idea of what kind of person I am from reading my blog, I think I can still come up with some non-boring facts about myself. At least I'll try. But before I go into that — thanks, ladies, for nominating me, you definitely made me giddy like a 13-year-old girl at a Bieber concert. I almost threw my panties at the screen.
And now, the seven facts.
SEVEN: I've never played Angry Birds. Nope, not even once. I don't think I even know what the game's about. I don't have any games on my phone or any other apps for that matter, none, I'm old-school as fuck. I'm one step away from texting you with smoke signals. Or sending a dove.
SIX: At almost 28 (which is — let's face it — basically 30), I still pick my nose. Now try and think of the two most disgusting things one could do with a booger. I do them both.
FIVE: When I was five, I had a speech impediment and one day I walked to the speech therapist's office in my kindergarten and told her to fix me because I wasn't going to live my life like that. The therapist later told my parents I was the only kid to ever come to her office on her own and demand service. Talk about taking charge. At five.
FOUR: I've had a total of eleven piercings (or artificial holes for morons as my father loves to call them) and none of them was in my belly button. I thought that was too much of a cliché. While getting a bunch of piercings as a teenager isn't, duh.
THREE: I don't have any fillings in my teeth, not one. I've been cleaning my teeth diligently since forever, I'm a tiny bit of a dental freak and one of the first things I notice about a person is his or her teeth.
TWO: When I was a kid, I used to go around our apartment building and hug trees during the winter because I felt sorry for them for standing out in the cold so I wanted to warm them up. I was 100 % sure trees had feelings and can think and communicate (we're just too dumb to understand them) and I actually still think that. And as it turns out, I was right.
ONE: I bungee jumped. And I did canyoning and hydrospeed and zorbing. And I can't wait to try zip-lining.
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