Monday, January 17, 2011

Award for Stylish and Versatile Bloggers



I am indeed overgasted and flabberwhelmed (ok you can switch the words before you tear the dictionary apart) at this nominations. Special thanks to NAIJAMUM, WILD BOY , PRISM and TEGA for finding me worthy; this for me, is a challenge to be more committed to blogging.


So back to the awards, the rules are as follows:
1. Thank the person who gave you the award and link back to them in your post.
2. Tell us 7 things about yourself.
3. Award 15 other bloggers.
4. Contact these bloggers and let them know they have won


Here are 7 random things about me:

1.    I play the Cello and hope to learn to play saxophone and clarinet soon.

2.    I've never suffered stage fright in my entire life, I had my first stage performance at age 5, in fact, I think I was born for public speaking.

However, Acute Shy Mode is activated when I'm on a date (especially first dates). I don’t know how or why it happens, I just feel so uncomfortable when I have to eat with someone staring.

3.    I’d rather stay home gisting with my family and watching movies than move about in the blazing sun. Hence, I try to plan my itinerary well so I can clear out all outings in one day.

4.    I really do not know which I love more – politics or sports. I’m almost sure that at some point in future, I’ll venture into politics, most probably by appointment.

5.    I plan on visiting all the continents. Deep down inside, I’m an aspiring globe-trotter.

6.    My favourite food is plantain (does that even make sense?) Plantain is the only thing I can eat and not get tired. And yes, I eat it with virtually any and everything – rice, beans, porridge, eba, bread... yes Bread!

I eat it boiled, fried, roasted as well as mashed and baked( you’ll need pepper, eggs, etc). My mum has given up, trying to change me is a waste of time... I love me some plantain. Yummy!

7.    I totally believe in love...yes LOVE! It’s soooo simple, there’s someone out there for everyone, you just need to find him/her to know what I’m talking about. Did I mention that I like them tall? Ahhh... I'm about 5'8
in my stilettos and thus far I've attracted only 5'10 or taller brothers... but somehow I keep having this feeling I'm going to end up with a dude my height or inches shorter. Weird hehn?!


I hereby tag:




5. Iani

6. Lara



9. Af
10. Doll
11. Qmoney
14. Miss A




Phew...! Okay, so now that you've been tagged, please prepare your acceptance speech and follow the instructions. QED

21 comments:

Ibhade {NG} said...

Plantain with bread?..m-e-h-n!.. this is my first time of hearing such combo oo...hhehehe...politics & sports?...are you per chance a tomboy with an incredible height of 5'8? :)...a pleasure knowing more about you sis.

Blessing said...

Your love for plantain...is crazy! lol @ plantain with bread...interesting!

T.Notes said...

You play the cello?!!!oooh wow!!!*jealous!*

T.Notes said...

n i accept the award with all my stylish self!!!

Naijamum said...

Plantain and bread?
Words fail me...!

os said...

Hmm, you learn everyday... Plantain and eba?

LG said...

yay! i luv plantain too, (pass u se :)altho dis ur combination is doing me onekind or na typo??? *dodges konk*



BTW thanx for d award, i urm...um...4got my acceptance speech at home, ll b back

Anonymous said...

i love plantain too but I have never tried it with anything else asides from Rice and Beans, I used to think Plantain was for garnishing and not as a major meal. Could it be eaten alone?
I like your blog.

XXX
Siji

Myne Whitman said...

To the first date shyness, why not pretend you're performing? :) I love plantain too, and travelling! hope to get a chance at all the continents too. Thanks for sharing with us.

Who am I? said...

Hi!
Many thanks for coming by my blog...and for following too!!!
Cello is hardcore, way to go!

Tamunoibifiri Mobolaji-Kamson said...

Really plantain and bread OMG...Lmao thank you for nominating me.
www.secretlilies.blogspot.com

P.E.T. Projects said...

I see y'all are surprised, but really, you should try giving ur delicacies the plantain feeling... hmmmm.

@NG - Nope, i've never being a tomboy.

@Blessing, plantain and bread is just like making sandwich, u decide wot goes in, and for me, plantain makes the list complete.

@T.Notes and Who am I - i set out to learn violin/viola, unfortunately i had toothache at the time and was kicked to cello class. Now I love the instrument though my friends dub it the 'old woman's companion'

@Naijamum and Os - i just tried it once and my tastebud was never the same again.

@LG, before i open my eyes, go home and get it.

@Anonymous Siji - there's really no rule as to how food should be combined. You may not like plantain+bread combo but trust me, plantain as a main course is superb. try it with cornedbeef sauce and thank me later.

@Myne, im already compiling a list of places to visit, maybe i'll do a post on that soon...

@Ibifiri, u're welcome.

Gbemisoke said...

Tall, cello-playin', world travellin', plantain lovin' politician!!
The man you choose, my dear PET, will be one helluva lucky fellow :)
Imma try me some plantain sandwich soon.

Thanks for nominating me *blushing*

2cute4u said...

Oh thank you so much for this award and to show my appreciation, I have some plantain (for real) reserved fr you..

Jaycee said...

Found your blog today via your comment on Blogoratti's. I'm totally with you on 5 & 7. Have a great weekend.

Miss A said...

Thanks so much for this award ! Will complete all the stuff I have to do today :)

P.E.T. Projects said...

Gbemisoke: *wink*

2cute4u: really? I hope these plaintain u've reserved would be in form of recipes on ur blog?

Jayce: You wanna tour the world too? Pack up a bag and lets go.

Miss A: You're welcome. Hope the wedding plans are going on smoothly?

RemiRoy said...

Anoda plantain lover!
*doing the happy dance*
I love plantain die! but...huh... haven't tried it with bread sha. I guess i'll have to remedy that. :)
Nice blog.

I blog too, you can drop by anytime :)
www.royremi.blogspot.com

Prism of an immigrant said...

I enjoyed reading this. Your love of plantain is one another level o. It's cool that you can play the cello. How did you learn?

Natural Nigerian said...

I am with you on going to all continents. However, I wish I could close my eyes and magically appear there. I am not a fan of airports and air travel.

I see you disabled comments on your other post so I am leaving a comment here: I remember January 27every year. I am glad to see that someone else does too.

Omoregee said...

Oh, I get the love for plantain, it runs in my entire family...somehow though, I managed to escape. My cousin n uncle totally love bread n plantain, they call it......Dodo Sandwich.

Interesting 7 things :)

www.fountainflows-omoregee.blogspot.com