The Life is Good Award

I have been tagged by our Jordanian friend Jarad with the "Life is Good Award". This is my first time to write a post in english, I realy don't like to blog in english but that's how the tag was delivered.
This is the first time Jarad sends a tag, so I will happily answer these questions.

1. If you blog anonymously, are you happy doing this? If you aren’t anonymous, do you wish you started out anonymously, so that you could be anonymous now?

I'm blogging anonymously and yes I'm happy about it. I chose to do so for a couple of reasons, first, everybody I know use the net heavily and since I'm criticising people around me I won't dare to present my true name. Secondly, when you use a nickname you speak more freely I gess.

2. Describe an incident that shows your inner stubborn side.

well, sometimes if I have a problem I'll keep it to myself. I won't complain or ask for people advice, I'll try to solve it by my own even if I took a wrong decision.

3. What do you see when you really look at yourself in the mirror?

It depends on my deeds for the day! sometimes I like this person I see and sometimes I don't.

4. What is your favourite summer cold drink?

Orange juice.

5. When you take time for yourself, what do you do?

I read a book, or surf the net, watch a movie, sometimes I take a long walk on feet for and hour or more.

6. Is there something that you still want to accomplish in your life?

Alot! every couple of months I write a new to-do list, and I don't do half of it, but I'll never give up.

7. When you attended school, were you the class clown, the class overachiever, the shy person, or always ditching?

class overachiever, class president, bookworm, nerd, all of these describe the student I was. I really don't know way I was like that? I think its genetic! most members of my family had this critical syndrom!!!

8. If you close your eyes and want to visualize a very poignant moment in your life, what would you see?

I used to live in Kuwait when I was a kid and I had a lot of friends from many different nationalities, Kuwaities, Palestinians, Somalis, Syrians, Egyptians and Jordanians. Unfortunately we were separated because of the war. Sometimes I close my eyes and try to remember them at classroom and playground, and wonder, what happend to all of them?

9. Is it easy for you to share your true self in your blog, or are you more comfortable writing posts about other people and events?

Most of the time I write about other people, I wrote about myself a couple of times, but I won't go very deep, I just can't share my true feelings very much!!

10. If you had the choice to sit down and read a book or talk on the phone, which would you do and why?

Definitely reading a book!

Now I have to choose other bloggers to pass this tag, maybe:

- Hana
- Orangee

هناك 12 تعليقًا:

  1. السلام عليكم
    متشكر جدا على الصراحة اللى بانت هنا مع انى ملاقتش لك اصحاب مصريين فى المدرسة بس طلعت بشوية عصير منك واهو نبقى استفادنا حاجة كويسة من البوست دا
    بس احلى حاجة فى البوست دا انه متحولش ليا
    شكرا كتيرررررررررررررررر

  2. I'm totally with u in that when u blog anonymously u speak freely about ur life and people around u ...

    Orange juice!!!
    lah lah lah now u made Sheeshany's day allah ysam7ek :(

    LOOL @ critical syndrome :D

    It was nice to know more about u Kiki :)

  3. رحلة حياة:
    والله غلطة مطبعية وأنا رجعت وعدلت البوست وضفت المصريين. أنا فعلا كان لي صديقات من مصر وزميلتي اللي قعدت بجنبي طول الصف الأول الإبتدائي ( على تخته وحدة) كانت مصرية :))
    العفو.. مع إني فركت فيك بس غيرت فكري بآخر لحظة :)

    يعني بصراحة الشيشاني معه حق البرتقال لا يعلى عليه !
    أما الطموح فعنجد أنا بعتبره مرض مزمن لإنه في ناس بعيلتنا ما بيوقفهم إشي !! طبعا أنا حاليا طموحاتي متوقفة إلى أجل آخر بس لكسر القاعدة :)
    يا ستي إنتي اللي نايس وحلوة واهلا فيك دايما.

  4. tnx dear i will do it soon :**

  5. Thanks for answering the TAG, you did quite excellent job writing in English.o
    I am writing now in English because the machine I am using in the library does not have Arabic keyboard.
    I agree with you about studying in Kuwait, you get to know people from different nationalities which is amazing. Luckily my family left before the war. Last month, I found my neighbor by chance on facebook. It was wonderful to see him after 20 something years.o

  6. هوررررررّااااااااي لعصير البرتقال و جماعته :)))

    I guess once you get used to speaking yr mind w/o taking nicknames for a shelter ; u get more liberated :)
    it`s hard, some will get angry, but all in all it`s better
    -for me-

    I hope u get a reunion with yr friends

  7. thanx for the tag :) i'll do it soon :)
    and nice to know more about u in this "homework" :P

  8. jaraad:
    "excellent job" I'm glad it was excellent!
    according to the friends I didn't had a chance yet to meet any one of them on facebook, we were very young and I hardly can remember their first names I just can't remeber any family names! I wish sometime I'll meet one of them just by chance maybe in the street!
    take care,

    it's wonderful that you can just speak freely with your true name, like whisper once said its easier for men to go public.
    I hope to meet them as well!
    take care,

  9. orangee & Hana:
    I'm glade that you both accepted to do the homework :)
    looking forward to know more about both of you...

  10. Very sad about what happened in Kuwait :(

  11. rain:
    I feel the same as well :))
    very nice picture .. you look so pretty :))