Spirit animal blog award

The lovely Sky nominated me for this award, please go and check her out.

https://paradoxicalsadness.wordpress.com/2016/03/11/the-spirit-animal-blog-award/#like-410

Thank you so much for this award.

The Rules

  1. Once you’re nominated add the photo to your blog.
  2. Write a short(I mean it could literally be 5 lines) description about yourself and what your blog means to you. Oh and if you were an animal, which animal would you be? (No buzzfeed answers please). I mean seriously, no BuzzFeed. xD
  3. Nominate 10 bloggers for this award.

spirit animal

I am *cough* 24 *cough* woman called Trina living in the UK with my son, my partner, dog and 2 cats. I have various mental health problems, which make me quirky and was one of the many reasons why I set up this blog, to let people know they are not alone and for an outlet.

 

I have done this award before so I choose which animal I am most like on that day. Today I am a sloth, I am literally being so lazy I could be dead and no one would notice. (check out what happens when sloths die if you don’t get the reference)

And my nominees are:

https://therichnessofasimplelife.wordpress.com/

https://daisywillows.wordpress.com/

https://somespecialpeople.wordpress.com/

https://thedrruth2point0.wordpress.com/

https://threechattycats.com/

https://readbetweenthelyme.com/

https://davidpphilip.com/

https://sparkyjen.com/

https://mendingandthriving.wordpress.com/

http://www.wtmlpart2.com/

 

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12 Responses to Spirit animal blog award

  1. Simon says:

    You’re a sloth today? Nice! Good one on the award! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Mysticalwriter says:

    Congratulations on your award & to the nominees

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Sloths are so cool. They are never in a hurry and they have those convieniently long claws for grabbing things! 🙂 Congratulations.

    Liked by 1 person

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