The past week or so has pottered along with no real significance, but the simplicity of the days have made me smile. With reminiscent of Jess' blog posts echoing in my brain, I've made the most of every situation and smiled and laughed and felt true feelings until my eyes burnt with tiredness and my synapses tingled with happiness. So when I received a nomination for the 'Sisterhood Of The World' by Nabeela from Nabsticle I was incredibly happy, so thanks Nabeela! Nabeela's blog is a recent discovery of mine and I adore every inch of her inspiring yet relatable writing. Here are the questions set by Nabeela and my answers!
If you’ve ever been stuck in a rut for a certain period in your life, you feel suffocated whilst everyone else around you is still moving, what do you do to get yourself out?
Stop wallowing in your own fears, fear is the absence of faith and faith is the most important single dream you should have. Start believing in life, even if you do not believe in yourself.
We all go through phases of different music styles. What genre of music are you into now that you never thought you’d be when you were younger?
As a child, my ears were filled with the sweet, slightly flat tones of Girls Aloud, a world away from the darker imagery portrayed in some of the Paramore tracks, yet I don't believe my music taste has changed in the years since I was born, I still listen to the charts and pop music as much as I ever did, the only difference is that I now appreciate ballads as much as the uptempo beats.
Name one thing that you love about your personality and one thing that you love about your appearance.
I asked my friends what they thought about me as I couldn't answer it, and Gemma said that my personality was 'bubbly and fun loving' while the best thing about my looks were my 'pretty blue eyes.'
What’s the most important and valuable lesson that you learnt in 2014?
I learnt that trust is the most important thing in the world. I learnt that people who you believe are trustworthy need to prove it time and time again, because time can change the attitudes of others almost as much as time has changed me.
Do you believe in life after death?
I believe in life after death as much as I believe in life after love.
If you could be any age for a day, what age would you be and why?
I don't think I would like to be another age for a day, for the simple reason that if I went back in time, any advancements I made in that one day would be eradicated the second I became an adult again yet I wouldn't want to go forward either as I believe that events that take place in the future are built upon moments from your past and I never wish to find out the events that happen in the gap between reality and future.
Would you break the law to save someone you love?
If it was a poxy law, course I would. But I wouldn't kill for somebody else (!)
Do you consider yourself the hero or the villain in your story?
Everybody always wants to be the hero in their own story, but we're all so different, we're not one dimensional as you would imagine in the films and I honestly don't know how to answer this. I think sadly I may be the villain. Ooooh.
Would your life be better or worse if you knew the day, time, and place that you were going to die?
The only certainty in life is the ability of death, death is heart wrenching and disgustingly upsetting, yet I would never wish to know when this dreaded deed will take place because it would only hinder my ability to look at life with a smile if I knew such a dastardly action will be coming up and there would be no way to stop it.
I nominate anybody who wishes to complete this tag.