You’re Awesome


Yes you are, that’s right you, you are awesome.

But so am I apparently, that why I’ve been nominated for the You’re Awesome award.

So all I have do is answer these following questions


1. You are awesome; tell us why.

Why is a raven like a writing desk?

2. You are my friend; tell us about other friends.

Perhaps my closest friends at the moment are my five house mates who occasionally join me on my various walks across Wales. When I first arrived in Bangor for my University course, I didn’t know anyone and I possessed a distinct lack of social skills. However one night I ended up playing cluedo with a load of my new flatmates and we’ve all been good friends ever since, to the extent that we rented a house together. My time here at Uni would undoubtedly have been made much harder if wasn’t for their continuing support and warmth.

3. Be creative, but it’s ok if you are having trouble with this one/ There are no direct questions to answer; let yourself run wild!

Ok…creative…right…umm… (goes onto google)……Did you know that today is the 101 anniversary of the birth of Maria Augusta Kutschera, not familiar with that name? Well Maria would later marry Georg von Trapp in 1927. Along with Georg’s own seven children, the couple would have another 3 and they toured Austria and Germany as the Trapp Family Choir. Maria’s story of course was the inspiration behind Roger’s and Hammerstein’s Broadway musical The Sound of Music. The family eventually moved to the USA in 1940 and Georg died of lung cancer in 1947. Maria however went on to become a missionary in Papa New Guinea after the band split in 1957, before moving back to Vermont to mange the family lodge, where she stayed until her death in 1982.

There’s some creative trivia, believe me that sort of thing will definitely come up in a game of trivial pursuit at some point and when it does and you are able to answer a question on Maria von Trapp correctly, then should come back here and thank me. want more creativity??

Well, ok then…..

Here is a picture of beaver and a pigeon on the Empire State Building

Need I say more?

4. Now notify your nominees and thank the blogger who nominated you.

Thank you to the lovely Ann-Christine at for nominating me, it was a lot of fun, sorry about the wait though. If you want to see some truly stunning photography please check out her site.

My nominees are

Restless Jo– A blogger who not only writes her own intriguing experiences and outdoor wonders but also one who has brought more bloggers together through her Monday Walks, contributing to this page really introduced be to the wider world of walking bloggers and I’m forever grateful.

Chattykerry– Returning a nomination here in thanks for previously nominating me for the Sunshine blogger award. Kerry’s tales offer a hilarious yet uniquely thought-provoking outlook on life. fellow mountain walking and occupant of North Wales with a wide range of UK peaks under his belt and with stunning photos to match his surroundings. to know something about Belgium, this is the blog to visit. Denzil’s writing encompass a wide range from the beautiful sights of Belgium and areas off the tourist path, as well examining the long history of the country. fellow student now living in Germany, I was initially drawn to Lynnae’s blog by her adventures in Ireland and was fascinated by the idea of studying abroad. This has inspired me to seek out my own options in that regard.

All nominees have to do is answered the numbered question as best to their ability, I hope you all have fun.


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  1. Thanks for the nomination! I really do appreciate the sentiment. I mostly just write my blog to keep friends and family updated on my life. I’m always surprised when I find out that other people are actually interested in what I have to say. Being here in Germany is actually my third time studying abroad (in the second country where I don’t speak the language well!). Don’t be afraid to get in touch and pick my brain about studying abroad. I love talking about it. I know quite a bit not only from personal experience, but also because I worked in the office at my undergrad college that houses all the study abroad programs.

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