Awards and interviews

the versatile blogger award

Thank you Jodi over at My Daily Minefield for this award! Honestly go and check this blog out it’s really good and one of my regular reads.


Here are the rules…

• Display the award certificate on your website

• Announce your win with a post and link to whoever presented your award

• Present 15 awards to deserving bloggers (Versatile Blogger)

• Drop them a comment to tip them off after you’ve linked them in the post

• Post 7 interesting things about yourself

Seven interesting things about me…

Okay this could be a little tricky as what I think of as interesting may not be what others think warrant a second look.

  1. I run a soft toy manufacturing business. No really I make a living making teddies and dragons and dolls. Most days I do have to pinch myself to see if I’m really here.
  2. I own a cat I found at the bottom of the garden. His name is Pi and I wrote about his story here.
  3. I love reading vampire stories, including Dracula and the Sookie Stackhouse series.
  4. I don’t own a car, but I do drive. Mostly I just borrow Mum and Dad’s.
  5. Before now I’ve been known to get so wrapped up in writing a story that I haven’t moved for ten hours.
  6. I paint….
    shire horses
  7. I grow vegetables and eat the meat we (my parents and I) raise on the farm.

My nominees:

Denmark Farm Conservation Centre

Bucket List Publications

The Dragonfly Woman

A Dragon’s Best Friend

Your Daily Dose

Cristian Mihai


Frivolous Monsters

The Right Profile

Primate and Predator Project

John of the Dead’s Horror Flick Reviews

The Smallest Forest


Life in Recipes

Miss Apis Mellifera

Thank you and please have a look at these blog – I enjoy all of them. 🙂

9 thoughts on “the versatile blogger award

  1. Omigosh, you painted that?! That is absolutely stunning!!! 🙂

    And also blowing my mind is the fact that you live on a farm and grow your own food. *sigh* it must be beautiful where you are.

    Well, I just wanted to thank you again for passing on the honours and reading Your Daily Dose!! Thank you!!! xoxo

  2. I thought I’d commented here already, but I was going to say that I found my cat at the bottom of the garden too. Most of him, he has a few bits missing. I may write a blog post about him one day… maybe.

    1. All the best cats are found at the bottom of the garden. Hope yours is good and not missing any important bits. I’m not actually a cat person but Pi has converted me, although half the time he acts more like a dog.

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