Versatile Blogger Award

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I am extremely happy to say that I’ve been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award:)

Thank you so much to Soar Vandergeid and his blog who nominated me…I love your blog and you are an extremely talented writer:)

The Award Rules

  • Thank the person who gave you this award
  •  Include a link to their blog
  •  Next, select 15 blogs/bloggers that you follow and love
  •  Nominate those 15 bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award.
  •  Finally, tell 7 things about yourself.

Full details of the award can be found on the VBA website through this link.

Shall we begin?

I’ve had a stroll between blogs I follow and love, it wasn’t an easy choice, but here are the blogs I will nominate for the Versatile Blogger Award…be proud of what you’re doing, it does make a difference:)


Ohhhhhhhh…that was really hard!

Congratulations to all and I hope you will all accept the award:)

Seven amazing random things about me:


I would say that I speak through pictures, but to be more clear I will give away some extra little secrets: I love the beach, my favourite place in the world; I love baking, that’s the last one I’ve done for a birthday:); Those are probably the most sporty shoes I own:))); I love love Dharma and Greg TV series….the rest, I’ll let you guess:)

Thank you so much again for taking this amazing journey with me!

Writing 101 – Day One

First day’s assignment: ” Unlock the Mind”- write freely for 20 minutes…and this is what happened:) Enjoy reading!


“It was the very first time since his recovery, when he had the courage to think about painting again…

The studio seemed so empty without his work…there were two white canvases left in the corner on the floor, all his tools, brushes have been locked away for safe keeping, just waiting for the right time…

Today seemed to be the right time…

He opened the window for a bit of fresh air…the warmth of the sunlight touched his face for a second, as he turned around and gave the room another sad look. For a moment he wanted to give it all up and leave…there were too many memories he wasn’t ready to face yet, but suddenly he heard a familiar voice whispering: “face your fears because there is no going back now…”

It was something a good friend told him a few days ago, he didn’t pay much attention then but now it was the only thing he could think of.

Slowly, he walked towards a rusty chest of drawers…checked his pockets for the keys and opened it. There wasn’t much there and the idea that he would have to go and buy a lot of things to able to paint scared him a little bit more than he was comfortable to admit.

He picked the less damaged canvas off the floor, wiped the dust of it and placed it on the stand.

….after an hour just looking at it, he felt empty…there was nothing he wanted to share . How would he ever find inspiration again? He closed his eyes and strangely he remembered moments from his childhood that he thought were long forgetten…weekends spent at the equestrian center with his father, riding together…

…he smiled.

…he did have something to share.

He spent the whole night painting… the desire to capture a moment of happiness was too strong. At that moment it was the only thing that made him feel alive…a memory, a glimpse of the past that found the way back in his life, at the time he needed the most a reason to keep going…”

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Picture, courtesy of The Daily Post, Writing 101

Message from the author:

It might not be easy at the beginning, but eventually you will find inspiration…that one thing that will keep you going to create beautiful stories on a blank paper! Share the love for writing:)

First assignment finished…:)