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Real Neat Blogger Award

A65EE2A3-4000-479D-95A5-8247A848A1F8Lauren over at LSS Attitude of Gratitude was kind enough to nominate me for this award. Thank you. I am happy to support her blog and her kind nomination by answering the very interesting questions she posed.

A little background. Lauren and I met in an online writing group. In that group, our facilitator challenged us to write a blog every day for 365 days straight which she and I both completed and since that time have continued our blogging practice. Since then, we have met in person and I consider her a treasured friend. Pop over to her blog if you do not already know and follow her.

Rules for the Real Neat Blogger Award

  • Display the award logo
  • Thank the blogger who nominated you and post a link to their blog
  • Answer the questions of the one who nominated you
  • Nominate some bloggers
  • Ask them seven questions

Responses to Lauren’s Questions:

  • If you could redo high school, knowing what you know now, would you do it?
    • No. I am not big on redoing or reliving what I have already done. I loved my high school experience even though some of it was extremely difficult. This was the time when my mother was diagnosed with terminal cancer. I handled it the best way I knew how.
  • If you are a meat eater, what is the strangest meat you have tried?
    • I would have to say bear meat. When I lived in Alaska, I knew a few people who were subsistence hunters. I had eaten moose meat before, but the bear was quite a stretch. It was made into meatballs and I remember it being quite tasty. Shout out to anyone who is a talented wild game chef. It is not always easy.
  • In your opinion, is it more important to be spiritual or religious?
    • I am not sure about the word important. I think organized religion can be subject to a great deal of manipulation. To me, being spiritual means you have a relationship with something bigger than yourself and I think that can take on many different forms. Spirituality is easily reflected on the outside by the way we treat others and the reverence we hold for our planet.
  • If you could be in any TV series for a few walk on spots, which one would it be? (Old or new is OK)
    • That’s a tough one. A lot of possibilities come to mind. The first thing that came to mind was Friends. I passed many an early morning hour with these people and I think it would be a hoot to be an old friend from someone’s past.
  • (Let’s get risky now.) Do you believe in an afterlife? If so, what is it like?
    • I believe in energy continuing. I would like to think I will be able to communicate again with people I have lost, but it is a lot to imagine. I do feel an energy and a presence of people who no longer live. Exactly how it might look might be too much for a mortal mind to imagine.
  • Do you think we are headed toward a society with no actual money, just cards or codes? Is is happening in some places.
    • I think we are closer to that than we might think. This time of Covid-19 has shown a shortage of coins and a resistance to handle money. It is a little troubling to consider all the things that could go wrong in this scenario, let alone the control that could be wielded.
  • What stresses you more, car trouble or house repair trouble?
    • House trouble for sure. A car is a convenience. A house is a necessity.

My nominations:

Anyone who finds my questions below interesting enough to answer, should consider themselves nominated. I would love to read your responses. ( And I free you from the responsibility of the requirements of the award because I know many of the bloggers I follow do not like awards.)

My Questions:

  1. If there were nominations for a NEW natural wonder of the modern world, what or where would you nominate?
  2. If there was a first round of vaccine available for Covid-19, would you volunteer or would you wait until it was more proven?
  3. Are you for or against being an organ donor? What is the reasoning for your response?
  4. If you could only have one dessert or sweet for the rest of your life, what would you choose?
  5. Board (or bored) games. What is your favorite and what is your ‘no way, no how’?
  6. Do you believe the recent research that says trauma alters your DNA?
  7. What would be your biggest concern if you lost your cell phone?

 

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10 thoughts on “Real Neat Blogger Award”

  1. You deserve this award! So, my question is, can a non blogger with a limited ability to express herself participate in answering these questions?! I SO enjoyed reading your answers and Lauren’s too. I am now following her as well!

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  2. If there were nominations for a NEW natural wonder of the modern world, what or where would you nominate? I’d stick with the current ones as they are hard to beat.

    If there was a first round of vaccine available for Covid-19, would you volunteer or would you wait until it was more proven? There is a first round going on right now. I would not volunteer.

    Are you for or against being an organ donor? What is the reasoning for your response? I am for being a donor. I have it on my license. If I could help someone after my passing, I would like that.

    If you could only have one dessert or sweet for the rest of your life, what would you choose? Ice cream

    Board (or bored) games. What is your favorite and what is your ‘no way, no how’? I like Sequence because people of all ages can play it. I have tried chess over and over again without success.

    Do you believe the recent research that says trauma alters your DNA? I absolutely do

    What would be your biggest concern if you lost your cell phone? my pictures that are nowhere else

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  3. I don’t usually particpate in blog awards, but will happily answer your questions here.
    1) A natural wonder, not man-made? I can’t think of any new ones, but I would add The Northern Lights, if they are not already on the list.
    2) I would volunteer to try it, as it would benefit the younger members of my family, and I have less to lose.
    3) I have no strong feelings ether way, but as one of my best friends and one of my step-daughters both had kidney transplants that saved their lives, then I am more in favour than not.
    4) Doughnuts would always be my first choice.
    5) I used to play Monopoly a lot, so would choose that.
    6) I don’t know enough about the research to have an opinion.
    7) That so many of my contact numbers are only stored on that device, and nowhere else.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. The Northern Lights are spectacular, Pete. I have been fortunate to see them many times in my life.

      How fortunate your step-daughter and your friend were transplant recipients.

      I like donuts, too. I don’t like them too sweet, though.

      Thanks for responding!

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