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Leaping Liebster!


I’ve been nominated for another Liebster by the lovely Briana Vested at When I Became An Author.  I don’t want to disappoint anyone by following the rules, so I am going to answer Briana’s questions and stop there 😉  At a later date I may come back to this post and nominate a bunch of unruly bloggers, but for the time being, I just want to acknowledge Briana.  She’s a wonderful writer of young adult westerns so do please skip over to her blog and see about purchasing her books 🙂

Briana’s Questions for Her Nominees:
What is your favorite part about winter?  When I lived in the north, it was the snow, especially on moonlit nights.  Now, in the south, my favorite part is that there are fewer and slower mosquitoes.
Where do you see yourself living in 5 years?  Unfortunately, we’ll probably still be where we are now, although plans are to head to the West Coast as soon as I retire 🙂
How many books are in the room you’re in right now?  If you include ebooks, too many to count!
Look in your wallet/purse, is there more money or receipts in there?  That’s good one!  About 50-50 right now!
What was your first paying job?  Worked summers at a cafeteria doing everything from cleaning tables to cashier.
Favorite vegetable:  Sweet corn on the cob
How long have you had your blog?  Started it in November 2007, ran for about 3 years, took a 3-year hiatus and rebooted in Feb 2013.  You do the math.
What is the best dream you’ve ever had?  The one I don’t remember.
What did you have for dinner last night?  Pizza with eggplant, zuchinni and red peppers and two beers (it was Friday night; I’m allowed to drink then).
Are you happy right now?   When working on my blog, I’m always happy.
If you could change one thing about your appearance, what would you change?  I would make the scars on my legs disappear.

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Marie A Bailey

Writer, blogger, knitter, cat lover, and introvert.

15 replies

    1. Indeed! I grew up among farms and cornfields and every summer we would buy corn from the stand on Route 5S (fresh from the field) and cook ’em up. I could just have corn on the cob for dinner and be a very happy kid 🙂


      1. Most of the corn grown where I live is seed corn or animal feed. But there’s been a few times my mom’s corn outlived the raccoons and we got to eat some of it, and it was even tasty raw!


  1. I have a book idea :>) Lets collect all these “award” questions and put them in a book! No No No, but was thinking the more of these you get, the better we know you.
    Take care,


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