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One Lovely Blog Award

One Lovely Blog Award

I was nominated by Holly @ Nut Free Nerd. Thank you for the nomination, Holly!

Rules

  • Thank the person who nominated you for the award
  • Display the banner/sticker/logo on your blog
  • Share 7 facts or things about yourself
  • Nominate up to 15 bloggers that you admire and inform the nominees

7 Facts and Things about Me

  1. My favorite comedians right now are Trevor Noah and Felipe Esparza. They’re hilarious.
  2. The first pairing I read in fanfiction was Dramione. For those of you who don’t know, Dramione is fanfiction where Draco Malfoy and Hermione Granger are in a romantic relationship.
  3. Ever since I went to my first World Language Expo at school, I go every year now. I enjoy going to the half-hour seminars to learn more about languages, culture and politics. My favorite thing is drinking a cup of Russian tea at the tabling fair on the third floor of the building.
  4. I love playing Humans vs. Zombies. I like the missions, the strategy, the running around, and hanging out with people outside of classes. For the last few semesters, I have managed not to be turned into a zombie. (I say that because I used an antidote last semester and evac’ed at a later time.) I’m sad to see it end at my school. If you have a chance to play it, you should. It’s fun.
  5. I like watching gamers on YouTube play Dead by Daylight. I like watching from both the perspectives of killers and survivors.
  6. I play clarinet. I haven’t actually played it for four years, but I remember how to play the notes I learned.
  7. I miss eating Pączki on Fat Tuesday. I haven’t found a place in New Mexico where you can buy them, so I’m going to have to learn to make them myself some day. Does anyone have a recipe that I could try?

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6 thoughts on “One Lovely Blog Award

  1. Pączki Are so yummy! It sounds like a fun recipe to learn. And World Language Expo is something I’d not heard of but sounds fun too! I’m learning Korean (not quite at conversational level yet) so it would be great to meet native speakers. ♥️ Thanks for nominating me! It’ll be fun thinking up 7 facts!

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    1. The World Language Expo at my school showcases a range of seminars on language, culture, and some current events. You can go to maximum of six, and there are several options for each time slot.

      I’m learning Japanese, and I’m working on trying to converse with native speakers. In the mean time, it’s practice with others who are learning. I can’t wait to see your post!

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