Monday, February 15, 2010

Two Awards!

I got two awards!

First up: The Happy 101 Award which I got from Sally Ann
(If you haven't done so yet, check out the blog she shares with her big brother Mack.)

The Awards Rules:
Rule #1 - Copy image to your blog
Rule #2. List 10 things that make you happy and try to do one today.
In no particular order of significance
Rule #3 - Tag 10 bloggers who brighten your day.

So my list:
1 - Watching horror movies
2 - Playing board and/or card games
3 - Blogging
4 - Travelling
5 - Reading books with zombies in them
6 - Listening to my cousin Gavin's stories
7 - Hanging out with my big brother Angus
8 - Getting mail
9 - Snow
10 - Relaxing with good food and something nice to drink close by

As for tagging:
I like to give this Award to:
Demented Wench
Queen of Clearance
Six blogs and friends who brighten my day.
And again: If you've never checked out these blogs: make sure you do.

On to the second award I got:

The Kreativ Blogger Award given to me by Hammie
With the award you have to write 7 things that people don't know about you.

Hmmmm..... I'm not sure if people don't kow these things, but let me list 7 facts about me.
1 - I've got four brother's and one of them, Gilbert is my twin brother.
2 - Once I got an email from a pig who thought he was a distant relative, but I've never been able to figure out if he was.
3 - Even though I'm from a scottish family, I'm not stingy or greedy.
4 - I dream of one day making a trip to Paris or London.
5 - When I do manage to go to Paris I want to see the Père Lachaise Cemetery and in London I want to visit the Highgate Cemetery.
6 - As you might have guessed from 5: I love cemeteries, I think they're beautiful and peaceful.
7 - One of my all time heroes is Doctor Zoidberg from Futurama

And giving this award to:
Everyone who feels creative and hasn't got it yet.


Eve said...

Very cool lists! And thanks so much Sullivan for the award. I will be working on my list soon. And I just may take the Kreativ Blogger award since I've never received one before. Take care!~

Found art blog said...

I got another award?? WOW!! Oh, and Andrea says that joining Youth Hostels is a Very Good Idea when you're travelling. There's one called D'Artagnan in Paris that's very near Pere Lachaise cemetary and London has seven. St Pancras is probably best for Highgate cemetary. They have self catering kitchens so you don't have to eat out every night, either!

Hammie en Gea said...

Thanks for giving me the award! And thanks for the interesting list of things we didn't know yet!

Sullivan McPig said...

@Beanie: My owner actually stayed at the D'Artagnan when she was in Paris with school way back somewhere in the eighties she tells me.
She thinks she might be getting a bit old for being allowed to sleep in Youth Hostels as most are for people under thirty and she's closer to fourty. But we'll look it up and have a try, you never know, maybe she's allowed in there when I'm with her.

Found art blog said...

Well, Andrea stayed in lots of Hostels last year and she's 45. But it may help that I'm with her and I'm only 8....!!

Sullivan McPig said...

@Hammie: good to know! I'm sure I can arrange for us to be allowed to stay there too in that case.