Thanksgiving celebrations are over – but being thankful should continue everyday.  My friend over at The Blogger on the Mount has nominated me for a Liebster Award!  So now, I am thankful for that nomination.  I haven’t been blogging very long but this is the community and support I was hoping for when venturing out into the “blogosphere”.   Go check out his blog where he spreads the Word of God and makes it very applicable to our current society. (Actually, I don’t know if The Blogger on the Mount is male or female – guess I just assumed, male.) Here is the info about the Liebster award

These are my answers to the questions:

  1. How and where do you write?    I think about what I want write about a lot – usually while driving.  Then I just sit down and start typing.  This is the same way I wrote papers when in school.  These days I usually write at work.  Okay – don’t tell my boss!

  2. What is your favourite colour and why?  My favorite color is pink.  I like pink because there are quite a few shades of pink and each reminds me of roses, my favorite flower.

  3. Do you have a favourite quote? If so, what is it?  If you believe it, then you can achieve it.

  4. What’s the most inspiring book you have ever read?  The Bible.  This Book tops them all and I believe The Word is what inspires the many other books in publication.

  5. What music do you listen to if you need cheering up?  I listen to anything by Al Jarreau – it’s upbeat, lively and just feels happy.

  6. What time of the year is your favourite and why?  My favorite time of year is Autumn – I love the cooler weather, the crispness in the air. It just smells different when the season changes.  I love that kids are back in school and life seems more organized. The leaves turn color and start to fall and everywhere you go you see pots of chrysanthemums.

  7. Name the best place you have ever visited?  St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands – beautiful beaches, lush green with colorful flowers, great shopping, friendly people.

  8. Has a particular experience shaped the way you think? I don’t think one particular experience shaped the way I think.  It is more a collection of experiences from childhood through adulthood.  I believe it is an ongoing process – new experiences can change how I have thought in the past.

  9. How do you like to spend your free time? with my family – at home.  We all love watching sports, eating popcorn and I love knitting at the same time.

  10. In what way is this Christmas going to be special for you? Each Christmas is special but we usually follow the same traditions in my family.  All my children and grandchildren will be at home with us.  And, we have a great surprise for the grandkids.

  11. My blog is about faith and learning more about God. What does faith mean to you? To me, faith is belief.  It is trust without seeing or touching.  Personally, I see faith as something given to us by the Holy Spirit. Faith is also one of hardest things to explain!  I guess that is because you can’t see it or tough it – it just is.

Those were great questions!  Wow, they really made me think.  Here are my nominees for the Liebster award. This is a great way to get to know others and I can’t wait to read their answers.

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