Versatile Blogger Award: Not Sure If Versatile Or Just Bipolar

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Special thanks to the very sweet Michelle for nominating me for the Versatile Blogger Award, appreciate it much. :)

Rules:

1. Place a copy of the award on your blog.
2. Link back to the person who nominated you and thank them.
3. List 7 interesting facts about you and try not to say something you’ve already said.
4. Nominate 15 other blogs.
5. Notify those people that you’ve nominated.

Now here is the problem, I don’t think there’s anything interesting about me at all, or anything worth mentioning that I haven’t mentioned before. I wish I’m joking but I’m really not. :lol:

Okay, I’ll try to think of something. There must be something…

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Right, so (1.) my first blog friend to cross over from virtual reality to real time is Denoy. He’s my favorite blog friend and to borrow an expression of his, to say that I am his female counterpart is an understatement… and it’s not even a compliment. :lol:

He retired his blog earlier this year after five years and it sucks but hey, that’s exactly how you make a legend. We’re friends on Facebook and we iMessage sometimes too and while it never compares to reading his hilarity through his blog, it’s cool; at least it’s something. But no matter how much I like him, I won’t get a Twitter account just to follow him. Never.

That’s one, what else can I say? Jesus, this is hard. Uhm… (2.) one of my very best friends right now is my crush in high school. When I think about that fact, it always makes me laugh! I don’t think he has a clue but that’s something I intend to never let him know or I’ll never hear the end of it for sure. I’ll suffer for eternity from his teasing!

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I want to talk about my attention span but I’ve already discussed that before, right? Like how much it doesn’t span to a lot? :lol: Okay, I’ll say something else: (3.) because I’m not a talker, emotional turbulence manifests physically with me. It’s always easy to tell if something’s wrong with me – all it takes is a look, literally.

(4.) Transition people, temporary tenants, and passing fancies don’t go well with me. Blame it on the Asperger’s but once you’re in my life, you’re in my fucking life. I don’t let a lot of people in, but when I do I’m all in and it’s for keeps.

Three more! Whew! I can do this. Work brain… work. (5.) I can’t keep secrets. They always leak out either I write it down for no one else to see or I completely reveal it in a cryptic way. Either way, I have to let it out or I’d combust.

Putting it out there doesn’t mean I have to verbalize it literally; actually there are many secrets that aren’t so secret and you’ll realize it if you only work more on your consciousness. :wink:

(5.) I bite; but (6.) I don’t meow… well, at least not out loud. Talk about interesting, will you still love me after knowing that?

15 nominations! Wow, I honestly want to pass this to 15 people but I don’t have that much followers. :lol: I guess the Versatile Blogger Award, I pass to all the beautiful people who read my blog and who care enough to touch base. Thank you, loves.

Photos taken from here, here, and here.

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29 thoughts on “Versatile Blogger Award: Not Sure If Versatile Or Just Bipolar

  1. congratumalations!! parang matatakot ako sa iyo kung sakaling magkita tayo in-person…. literal ba yung “bite” thing? ilang beses na kasi akong kinakagat ng mga kaibigan ko kasi daw ang taba-taba ko… hindi naman ako mataba.. manas lang.. ehehehehe…

    btw, anong fb ng best friend mo.. may sasabihin ako sa kanya.. hihihi *evil smirk*

  2. Everyone’s different no matter what label you place on them. There are just so many degrees of aspergers. But that’s not WHO you are. However, I WOULD make a pretty awesome friend, if I DO say so myself! hahaha Now I have a clearer concept of what makes you tick. And it makes a LOT of sense that you’d say Twitter is noisy. I don’t like it because you can;t really type much. It’s not that personal. It just seems egotistical and for people who are into only themselves. I’m sure I’m wrong but that’s just how it appears to me.

    • there are varying degrees, yes. i think this is why it’s harder to identify it but the trick to coping is to recognize it. i never truly understood me until i met my mentor who has an autistic child and i delved into asperger’s and realized i have this hidden disability. you do make an awesome friend, thank you. :) about twitter, i told elaine i choose to be an idiot in one platform :lol:

      • Wow. So you diagnosed yourself?
        Here’re the two people that I know and love

        http://michelledicken.wordpress.com/2013/02/24/the-face-of-autism-for-me/

        Josh, the 21 year old boy I’ve babysat since he’s been 7, calls me Aunt Michelle. He was diagnosed after having to be institutionalized after having violent rages. Once he was diagnosed, we all finally GOT it. We got why he was having such a hard time connecting and fitting in. The weird thing is that his mother is STILL in denial and won’t admit that Josh has aspergers. Josh acts like he’s completely NOT been clued in on having it either. Whenever I suggest that a certain problem he’s having can be related to asperger’s , he acts like I’m crazy. lol Like he’s completely normal and I made the whole thing up. It’s just strange to me why people would want to live in denial. It is what it is.

        So one day, I’d love to hear your story and hear how you’re dealing with all the issues that come with being in the autism spectrum..

        Twitter? You’re TOO funny! lmao

  3. Who wouldn’t like you naman kasi? Ewan ko na lang kung meron. Haha Question though, well if you don’t meow… does that mean you only purr? Hahaha

    sending some love to you dear :)

    • miko! i feel like seeing a rainbow each time you appear. salamat, you’re the sweetest but i’m easier in writing than real time so yes, not everyone gets me and i can’t blame them. good question. my answer is feel free to speculate, lady. :wink:

    • i love cats. one time a friend of mine said i should kick them out for my asthma and i thought i’d kick you out first before that happens. :lol:

  4. You know, you’re just SUCH a cool person! I guess I missed the part where you had Aspergers???? I did NOT know that about you and would have never guessed. Did I read that right? I have some special people in my life, one with Aspergers and the other with full blown Autism. It’s sad about your blogger friend not being here anymore but I’m like you and wouldn’t sell out to a Twitter acct. Although I DO have one, I’m just never on there because I don’t like it. lol

    • thank you, wow then you’d really make a fantastic friend for you’d understand me so well! :) twitter is too noisy for me so i can’t be there. i like it here more, very therapeutic plus i meet lovely people like you!

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