Sunday, January 23, 2011

Thank you and my first blog award!

First, I wanted to say thank you all so much for your sweet and thoughtful comments regarding my previous post. I'm a little awkward when it comes to this type of thing, so I'm just going to leave it at that. Please know how grateful I am and how much I appreciate all of you.

Next up, I received my very first blog award from Lisa! Thank you Lisa, you are super sweet too!

 So, to accept this award I'm supposed to list 5 guilty pleasures and then pass it on to 3 more fabulous and sweet bloggers! Let's see what I can come up with for my guilty pleasures....

1. Ben & Jerry's Phish Food ice cream: This ice cream was first introduced to me in pint form during my senior year of high school as a means of coping with my very first break-up. Nowadays it's still my absolutely favorite ice cream and pre-band I enjoyed at least one pint every week. We'll see what happens when I return to the US and I have access to it again!

2. Sex and the City: I love this show. I love the movies. I own the special edition box set of the series and I'm currently watching it again (I just started season 5). I normally watch it with #1, but as I'm in Korea I'm settling for veggies and dip.

3. Funky jewelry: In Korea I quickly learned that it would be nearly impossible for me to enjoy clothes shopping since, well, it's nearly impossible to find big girl clothes. I replaced my clothing addiction with a jewelry addiction, and I love how cheap I can buy great, funky jewelry here.

4. Chick lit: I love girly books. I love reading books for entertainment--I'm not really one that enjoys reading "intellectual" books that require lots of thinking. I especially love anything by Sophie Kinsella, Cecelia Ahern, Jodi Picoult, Anita Shreve, and Rachel Gibson. Oh, and I love the Sookie Stackhouse series.

5. Kimchi: I used to find this famous Korean dish absolutely revolting, but since I've been pregnant I actually crave it. It's spicy pickled (somewhat fermented) cabbage (although other vegetables can be used) and I much prefer "fresh" kimchi to old, fermented kimchi. It's also supposed to be ridiculously good for you, so I guess it's not the worst craving I could have!

Okay, now to pass on the award...

Rachel Thin Within

Violinist with a Band

Lapband and Beyond

Goodnight! I hope you all had a great weekend!


Violinist with a Band said...

Aw!!! Thank you SO much!! My 2nd blog award! So nice - I love your blog too. Thanks so much for all your support! <3

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