Saturday, June 11, 2011
I would like to thank Aislinn Ericsson of The Viking Princess blog for awarding me with this super sweet blog award. :)
The Rules of this award are pretty simple:
1. Thank and link to the person who nominated you.

2. Share 7 random facts about yourself.

3. Pass the Award on to 10 deserving blog buddies.

4. Contact those buddies and let them know.

7 random facts:

-I have never been able to tolerate the taste/textrure of fruit (other than in juices and some pastries) since seeing Snow White and the Seven Dwarves as a child. Maybe it is psychological, who knows.

-I am allergic to wasps.

- All it takes to make me happy is a good book, a cup of hot cocoa and a cozy place to enjoy both.

-I can edit for everyone except for myself. I never see my own typos and mishaps until they are made public.

-I had a gold fish that lived for five years named Sawyer. He (though I suspect he was really a she. I don't know) was named after the character from LOST.

-My obsession with everything Norse began with LJ Smith's The Forbidden Game, which I read in high school.

-My friends and I learned the Elder Futhark and which modern letters they represent and used to pass notes in 11th and 12th grade using them as a way to keep others from knowing what we talked.

Passing the award on to:

Eve Langlais
Ricki Jill Treleaven
Hailey Edwards
Sandra Sookoo
Mia Suarez
Jordy Albert

I don't quite follow that many blogs at the moment so I don't have a full ten.


Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Thanks so much, Victoria. I appreciate it :D Interesting odd facts about yourself. And to think I never knew from where your Norse obsession began.....Forbidden Game is my favorite LJ Smith series....good choice :D

Ricki Jill

The Viking Princess said...

I've never heard of LJ Smith's The Forbidden Game. My local library has it so I'll have to check it out. Thanks Victoria :)

Victoria said...

Definitely do read it. The Forbidden Game was a YA before its time. Always overshadowed by Vampire Diaries and Secret Circle because of their popularity. Easily the best series LJ Smith ever wrote.

Ginger Zuck said...

all very cool. I am so glad you chose Ricki Jill. Her blog is always awesome.