I am the very happy recipient of the Leibster Award (thank you Confuzzledom for nominating me, you are awesome).
I have been tasked with answering the 5 questions below and then setting questions of my own for my nominees, who will in turn (if they wish to participate) write their own questions for their nominees – how exciting!
My Questions from Confuzzledom:
What is the best book you’ve read so far in 2014?
This is a great one, as I am an avid reader (although I have been a bit lazy on this front recently). I have a Pinterest board showing all the books I have read so far in 2014, and I would have to say the best one was … The Moon is Down by John Steinbeck.
What is your favourite food to eat in autumn/winter?
I enjoy baking in the autumn/winter and particularly enjoy spice cakes/muffins (see my recipe for a recent tasty treat here). I also enjoy a good pumpkin or squash risotto. Yum!
Where was the last place you travelled to?
Well, apart from making the big move from the UK to the USA, I have only really been getting to know my local area – so it would have to be Ohio!
What is your favourite snack food?
I go through phases and get really into one type of snack, then I go off it for a bit and try something new. The latest thing is popcorn – not the butter drenched American kind, but the plain, natural kind with a bit of salt (just had a bowl of it).
If you could learn any language (and were guaranteed to actually manage it!), which would it be?
Great question! I think it would have to be French – I have always enjoyed languages at school (French being one of them) and think I could do quite well at it (although my school languages teacher may say something different)!
My Nominees (your questions are below):
1. What is your favourite post on your blog?
2. If you could travel anywhere, right now, where would you go?
3. What song/chart hit was your favourite when you were a child?
4. Where was the last place you went out to eat?
5. What is your favourite time of year (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter), and why?
Thanks for reading!