I am thrilled to have received another award – the Versatile Blogger Award!
This time it came from Sandra Bell Kirchman of FansasyFic. Thank you Sandra!
Sandra has won many awards for her writing, and is a published author. She especially loves to write fantasy fiction, and writes in a way that is entertaining and fun. She certainly has a vivid imagination!
You can read some of her short fantasy fiction in the forum at her website FantasyFic. You wont be disappointed!
According to the rules, I have to choose five deserving recipients for the award and publish seven unknown facts about myself.
Here are the new Versatile Blogger winners I have chosen:
1. Piglet in Portugal
4. Smile Kidd0
If you haven’t visited any of these blogs before, check them out and be pleasantly surprised!
Now for seven things you don’t know about me!
1. Besides being passionate about animals, I am an enthusiastic photographer and I love pottering in my garden.
2. I was born in Scotland, and moved to England at the age of 10 when my mother re-married.
3. My mother married a soldier in the Army, so we moved around a lot. I was schooled in Germany for 2 years and also Singapore for a further 2 years. I hated changing schools, but loved living in different countries with such different cultures; it was an education in itself! I completed my education in England.
4. I emigrated to Australia at the age of 19 with my boyfriend (who later became my husband). I got homesick for my family and the UK, so after three years, we left Australia to return to the UK – a decision I came to regret. Life happened ;) but I finally re-emigrated to Australia (yes, with the same man!), some twenty-odd years later!
5. Tell me a secret and I’ll take it to the grave.
6. If I was a lot younger, my wish would be to live on a large property where I could provide a sanctuary for unwanted domestic animals and also injured wildlife. Here in Australia we have a very high incidence of kangaroos, koalas, possums etc., being injured on our roads every single day. I would like to provide the medical attention they required and nurse them back to health, to be released back into the wild when and if they were ready. If they couldn’t be released for whatever reason, then they would always have a home with me – a Sanctuary.
7. I would like to write a book one day about my life. Whether it happens is another story!