It seems I am getting lots of award this year. 🙂
In the words of Okoto Enigma, the creator of this award, this is what this award stands for:
WHAT IS MYSTERY BLOGGER AWARD?
“Mystery Blogger Award” is an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts. Their blog not only captivates; it inspires and motivates. They are one of the best out there, and they deserve every recognition they get. This award is also for bloggers who find fun and inspiration in blogging; and they do it with so much love and passion.
– Okoto Enigma
1.Put the award logo/image on your blog (done)
2.List the rules.(done)
3.Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog.(done)
4.Mention the creator of the award and provide a link as well (done)
5.Tell your readers 3 things about yourself
6.You have to nominate 10 – 20 people
7.Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog
8.Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice; with one weird or funny question (specify)
9.Share a link to your best post(s)
3 things about me:
I never accept my mistake (even though I know it is my mistake)
My kidneys are probably going to fail in future, cause I don’t feel thirsty (94% of time) and I forget to drink water.
I love ice-creams (who doesn’t)
Questions from How Useful It Is:
1) What do you like to do most this time of year?
Nothing special. The same old routine :reading books, watching series and waiting for weekends.
2) Have you already plan for how many books you will read next year?
No plans. I rarely plan about how many books to read. But I assume I may be able to read minimum of 30 books next year.
3) What is your #1 goal next year?
Get a driving licence.
4) Are you happy with the direction your blog is heading?
Yes, pretty happy. I never thought that this blog would last this long. (I am too surprised that it did). And to have such good feedback from all of you guys is really amazing. Thanks a lot for your support.
5) Weird: What extreme do you go to take care of books you own?
The extreme thing I do is to never lend my books to others. And it breaks my heart to say ‘no’ to someone who is showing interests in the books that I love. But sadly, I still say ‘no’. 😦
Questions from Wanderlust:
1. HOW do you eat your chicken? (e.g., skin first, then the meat or both at the same time, or meat first… idk, be honest okay?)
I don’t really like eating chicken. 😦 But I think I prefer pieces with more fiber rather than the chewy ones. I don’t know whether it makes sense, but I don’t know terminology for chicken explanation. 🙂
2. If you were to get stuck in an island all alone, would you wish for company or just leave the island and get back to the noisy place you call home?
I would rather be home. I don’t like being stuck anywhere. Better idea would be to send all noisy people to that island, so I can be at my home, in peace.
3. If you were given a chance to create your monster, what would it be and what would you call it?
Monster..hmm..tough question. Maybe a monster that could fly and will give me ride to places I want to go, without being stuck in traffic. I am not sure about the name though.
4. When walking, do you put your right foot or left foot first?
Never payed attention to that. Right now I tried walking, and I put my right foot. I think it must be right foot.
5. What do you think happens to the cockroaches when they die?
They don’t die. They pretend to die. That is what I think happens.
Link to my best post:
Nominating: (Not complying strictly with this rule, just nominating people I can think of)
- What is your current favorite song?
- Most rude you have ever been?
- One silly superstition that you actually believed in as a child?
- One word that you use most in conversation?
- What is one good thing and a bad thing about getting awards?
Edited info on 31 Jan, 2017:
Shrushti nominated me for this award on 22 Jan, 2017. Thanks a lot for nominating me. Do visit her wonderful blog.
Here’s a link to the post:
Since I have got this award already (and I am not being vain/proud here), I would be directly jumping to Q/A part (since everything else would approximately same 🙂 )
So here are the questions from Shrushti:
>>What does a happy day in your life look like? Tell me.
A happy day in my life would be: to wake lie in bed reading novel in morning while it’s raining outside, to eat mom’s food, to spend time with my sister, cousins and friends, to watch a beautiful movie, to go somewhere where no one knows me and to roam around aimless around the city (if someone could guarantee me my safety too), to take a stroll at midnight. I don’t need all of these things to have a happy day. If I get even one of them in a day, that is enough.
>>What is one thing you wish you could say to your best friend/ person you love that you haven’t been able to?
I would like to tell them, how much I appreciate and love them everyday. Even if I may not show it. I would like to tell them how they have made my life better just by being there. I would like to thank them for tolerating and loving me back, even though I know it would be hard on them to do so.
>>Would you rather be a child again for a week or be able to take a peak into your future life for 5 mins?
I would rather be child again for a week. I don’t want to know my future. I always dread these scenarios in stories where a character can know something about future. Especially if it about themselves. It is kind of scary. Till I am oblivious to my future, there is hope, there is infinite possibilities that could fill up the years awaiting me. Knowing how it is going to turn out would be disappointing and scary.
>>Have you ever had writer’s block? How do you think one can overcome it?
I have writer’s block all the time. How I respond to it, totally depends on my mood.
There are times I can’t write, and I just let it be, I won’t be writing for months. It doesn’t bother me that much. I believe, writing is to a large extend reflecting on life. But it somehow distances me from life. If I am observing something, I can’t enjoy it. So sometimes I prefer to forget about writing for a long time.
But there are times when I desperately want to write, but I can’t. It feels similar to thirst. But not being able to quench it. In those cases, I just write any rubbish I can on paper: which can range from, what I see right now, about what I am doing recently, it kind of starts as a diary, but at end something in my mind switches and I don’t feel that that was ever a block.
>>Have you done anything out of your comfort zone recently? What was it and how did it feel?
Yes, I think so. I have taken up a job that is not at all suitable for me. It continuously puts in positions/scenarios that I have dreaded all my life. Every morning I wake up, and try to find a way to escape it. But still I end up going to work, try to do my job with utmost sincerity, even if it makes me uncomfortable. But it doesn’t feel that bad. Because, now I have relatively more free time to myself, and can spend my time of all things I wanted to do. So I do not completely resent my work, but yes, it does feel uncomfortable. But the way I am trying to look at it is, by the end of this ordeal I would become a better version of myself, I would be able to endure more in life, if nothing else.
So that’s all I have got. Thank you once again for all who have nominated me for this award. I am ever grateful to you, to provide me with little confidence in myself (howerer short-lived that maybe)