Dragon’s Loyalty Award II

The wonderful Jhuls of The Not So Creative Cook nominated me for the Dragon’s Loyalty Award! Some of Jhuls’s latest recipes include delicious biko (sweet rice cake) and grilled chicken wrap. I always enjoy visiting her blog!

Dragon's Loyalty Award

The rules are:
1. You must link the person who has nominated you.
2. You must share 7 things other bloggers may not know about you.
3. Nominate up to 15 people.
4. You must go to their blogs and notify your nominees.

Seven things about me are:
1. I cannot wait for 24: Live Another Day to air in May! One of my all-time favorite TV series is 24.
2. I normally drink a huge (and I mean huge) mug of coffee throughout the day, and several cups of tea at night.
3. Aside from a few exceptions, I usually don’t like eating anything pickled.
4. I took piano lessons up through high school, for about ten years.
5. My favorite video game series is Resident Evil.
6. History was my least favorite subject in school.
7. If I could only choose one favorite movie genre, it would be horror/suspense.

My nominations for the Dragon’s Loyalty Award are:
Maui Girl Cooks
La Petite Casserole
The Good Food Theory
Oh Lidia

All of these bloggers, like Jhuls, create wonderful posts and are amazing supporters of other bloggers as well. Thank you, Jhuls, for this award!


29 thoughts on “Dragon’s Loyalty Award II

  1. I am truly grateful that you would nominate me with an award Ada! I stumbled upon your bog after seeing your gravatar numerous times and finally came to have a look. I loved your blog instantly! And now I am being honoured by you with this award! Thank you so much! xoxox

    I too hated history in high school. Funnily enough, my daughter Charlotte is in high school and commented the other day that she hated history and doesn’t understand why it’s so important to remember dates of events that happened hundreds of years ago! πŸ™‚ I swear I have never mentioned my dislike for history. πŸ™‚

    1. I am glad and so honored that you took the time to visit my blog, Lidia! I loved your blog instantly as well πŸ˜€

      Haha how funny! Your daughter’s comment was exactly what I used whenever I expressed how unimportant history class was to me!

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