The "Sisterhood of the World Bloggers" Award!

Thank you so so much to Mint for nominating me for this award! You can find her here and here - both blogs are incredibly amazing, and I highly recommend following her. :)


I'm didn't see any rules on Mint's post, so I won't post any here. (duh) (If she did include them and I just didn't notice, do someone comment down below and tell me and I will get them up ASAP.) 

Now for the questions:

1. Have you ever wanted to become invisible because you were in such an awkward situation?
Nearly every day. :)

2. What GOTY is your favorite?
MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA :D

3. Would you rather freeze or burn?
Freeze. :)

4. Ran, snow, or sun?
Rain. I love to run up and down my driveway during thunderstorms, singing at the top of my lungs and pretending I'm on an epic quest to save Middle-earth. 

5. Favorite book?
*turns head slowly to look at Mint and raises eyebrow*
Really, girl?
Nah, just kidding. :) The Fellowship of the Ring.

I don't know how many people I'm supposed to nominate, but since Mint did three, I'll do the same. :)

Kaitlyn (American Girl Place)
Seven Little Daisies
Olivia

My questions:

1. Do you wear glasses/contacts or braces? If neither, which would you rather have? 

2. Last place you shopped?

3. Pastels or vibrant colors?

4. You have to buy something from AG's BeForever line. What is it?

5. When you go into a big department store, do you lay down on all of the beds they have displayed and judge the mattress and bedding quality?

Thank you again, Mint! *hugs*

Namarië,
Ellie

PS - I guest posted on Hobbits and Hippogriffs, the blog of the lovely Kathryn! Do go over and check it out, it would mean a lot to me! :)

4 comments:

  1. Yessssss I need invisibility too!
    Or, more achievable, a cone of solitude. When things start going south you press your key fob (or something) and a barrier erupts between you and the person you have to talk to.
    It's brilliant!
    The only problem that could happen would be if the person was still standing outside talking to you and wondering where you went. And tapping on the cone. It will have to be made sound proof.
    The cone of solitude: defense against annoying people and extroverts.
    Gwen

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    1. YES YES YES OMG PLEASE MAKE THAT I WOULD USE IT EVERY DAY.
      Especially with a couple of my teachers, the sort that scream at you and give you detention for raising your hand while they're talking because you need to go to the bathroom.......yup. Teacher-proof. :)

      - Ellie

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  2. It should have signs on the outside too, that you can change for the kind of person you're dealing with. Anywhere from "go away" to "I am not interested in conversing with you at the moment, please remove yourself from my general area." And from "No. Shut up" to "I respectfully disagree"
    Also there should be criteria for removing yourself from the cone of solitude
    "I will come out if:
    You have left
    A vast majority of people (including you) have left
    You have oatmeal crazin cookies for me
    You are on fire
    Thorin and/or Legolas want to talk to me
    The entire world gas become introverted and snarky

    Failure to meet or lying about above criteria will result in me removing your arms and beating you with them"

    And there should be a security screen and a pile of books and an escape hatch in case it won't fold up again or the irritating person has not left.

    And about the nasty teachers/ bathroom issue: have you tried going during passing period or at lunch? Or training to become a pee camel?
    Hahaha...pee camel.

    Well, I'm going to pull back on the weirdness now. Off I go, back to my own head.
    Ta-ta!

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    1. I am laughing so hard right now. YES THE WORLD NEEDS THIS I NEED THIS. PLEASE PATENT AND CREATE THIS. PLEASE. NOW.
      Hah, yes. But at my school the passing periods are only two minutes, and when you factor in how long it takes to get past the slow walkers from my locker to the bathrooms (about thirty seconds) then go (about a minute and half) then get back to my locker (another thirty seconds) and get to my next class (thirty seconds), it's not nearly enough time. And there's only one lunch in the day (obviously), and that's only one time in seven hours......ugh. I should try to become a pee camel though.
      Oh, no, dear, you're not weird, you're perfectly lovely. But toodles anyway. :)

      - Ellie

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