Sunshine Award

Thank you Lise for the Sunshine Award.   As mentioned in one of my posts, I appreciate the acknowledgement, but normally don’t like to participate in them. But since the questions you asked are answerable, and it helps give this blog some personality (I do enjoy reading these tags myself because I like to know the person behind the blog),  I’ll do it.

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I will answer three questions from Lise.  Three is a great number and I like to make things simple.

Here are the questions:

Question#1: What would be your ideal living situation?

I really like the interior design in Rogue Galaxy (PS2). I can live in its world.

Question #2: What would be your dream job? Do you already have it?

I remember watching my brother played Flashback on the Sega Genesis.  So I wanted to be like the guy in the game. So unrealistic because I am not fit for that type of job in reality. Now as I have gotten older, I care less about what I want to be but more about living a well-balanced life. I like working generally as long it’s beneficial for the society.

Question# 3: What does blogging mean to you?

I enjoy blogging.  Writing helps me put things into perspective. It really is just a place where I dump my thoughts about games since that’s the thing I enjoy talking about the most and of course writing and sharing poems.

Now, for the nominees:

I don’t follow a lot of people so it’s really hard to do the tagging.  When I do read someone’s post,  I do take my time to read it, which is why I probably get overwhelmed easily with information. It’s not always a bad thing, as long it’s good content.

Until next time, thank you for reading.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “Sunshine Award

  1. Funny, when I was a kid playing Flashback, I wanted to be Conrad B. Hart. You know, a gun and a cool jacket, life full of adventure, mystery and mission. Then I got teleported to that alien planet and decided that maybe this kind of job is not for me.

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