jiiiiiiiiiiiiku (My cat says hello by way of walking on the keys). Apparently Natasha McNeely has awarded me the Versatile Blogger Award! How kind of her. 🙂 Thank you very much for sending this my way! It was very kind of her to send it to me! Now, apparently there are some rules regarding it and while I know this is usually a professional blog, I
figure a little fun around the holidays can’t hurt!
The rules of the Versatile Blogger Award state that I must:
Thank the person who gave it to me and link back to them in my blog.
Share seven things about myself.
Pass this award on to 5 other recently discovered blogs and let them know
I’m not sure about passing it on to other blogs, since I don’t read too many, but I can certainly share seven things about myself!
The first thing I’ll share is something I mentioned earlier: I’m a cat lover. The cat that so kindly (and in holiday spirit) said hello to you is one that I raised from when she was abandoned by her mother at two days old. She is now over a year old and is a feisty little monster. Her name is Chase (short for StormChaser) but we usually just call her “Monster”. I’ve had cats all my life and can’t imagine living in a home without them.
Next is the fact that I (like everyone else) am writing a book. A series of books, actually. My fiance and I are working together to write an urban fantasy series that really gets me excited to talk about though I won’t spoil the details here! The setting is in Boston, MA and it involves any number of supernatural creatures and should be an exciting ride for anybody that decides to step on.
The third, and final fact, is that I am late in writing this blog. No, I’m kidding. Sort of. The final fact is… jeez, I’m trying to come up with something useful here. Oh, I know! I made mint hot-cocoa cakes with marshmallow and buttercream frosting as Christmas gifts. I’m po’ so it’s the best I can do right now.
This blog isn’t obviously my usual fare but with Christmas being later this week, I’ve been crazy busy baking for the last two in order to keep up with the holiday. Whatever holiday that you and your family are celebrating this year, I hope you have a joyful one!
She knows when you are sleeping
She knows when you’re awake
And if her food bowl’s empty
Fill it for goodness’ sake!