The Versatile Blogger Award


Thank you to Beth @ Reading Every Night for nominating me for the Versatile Blogger Award. I really appreciate it! Now, for the award.


  • Show the award on your blog.
  • Thank the person who nominated you.
  • Share seven facts about yourself.
  • Nominate fifteen five blogs.
  • Link your nominees and let them know of your nomination.

7 Facts About Me:

  1. I have way too many books on my TBR list right now. 12 that I have to read.
  2. Now that I’m an adult, I like the school year more than summer. I’m horrible at coming up with things to keep my daughter busy during the summer.
  3. I wish the NBA would bring back the Supersonics. I miss having a local basketball team to root for.
  4. I played fastpitch (softball) growing up, but I can’t stand to watch baseball now. Too slow moving.
  5. The only countries I’ve been to other than the United States are Mexico and Canada. Evidently, I don’t travel very far.
  6. If I’m at home, I’m probably rocking pajama pants.
  7. I used to love rollerskating when I was a kid, but now it scares the crap out of me.

I Nominate:

Claire @ Cup of Books

Jamila @ Heartscent Reads

Jennifer @ Wonderland Review

Larkin @ Wonderfilled Reads

Maria @ Big City Bookworm


5 thoughts on “The Versatile Blogger Award”

    1. Exactly! It’s either pajamas or gym clothes. The rest are saved for when I actually have to see people. 😉

  1. Ohh great facts, I completely know what you mean about having a massive TBR list, one of the perils of book blogging I think! But there are just so many amazing books out there you kind of want to read them all don’t you?!
    Also one of my friends is completely terrified of roller skating now, she broke her arm a while back and now refuses go. Kind of sucks when we wanna go ice skating but we can’t force her on the rink or anything 😀
    I really enjoyed reading your facts!

    1. Thank you! 🙂 That’s sweet of you to say. I haven’t been rollerskating in a couple of years myself. I went with my daughter and I was scared to death of her holding my hand and pulling me down. I don’t blame your friend! I feel bad for you, though!

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