Be forewarned. This is cheesy. And it’s about 3 years old. I stole this from a blogger [“The Curvy Spine”] who recently liked a post I did & is a fellow Jersey girl… and apparently, she got tagged by another blogger [“Nissi Knows”]… and I have nothing better to do on a weekend night, but relive my teenage years when Yahoo! chat rooms dominated my life and, on occasion, I’d get an email questionnaire that made me reflect about adulthood to come. Told you this would be cheesy!
The deal is that I’ve got to go through the alphabet talking about myself and biggin’ up other bloggers. This is, I can do…
If your blog is placed here, consider yourself awarded the ABC award. You can accept by copying the theme and passing this practice on.
Africa, my new continent of residence.
Bossip.com is my secret online tabloid vice. Maybe not so secret…
Canada is the first destination to which I took my eldest Godson for his annual birthday trip. It was my way of forcing him to get a passport and get on a plane.
Delhi is where I met my husband.
Elephants have been my favorite animal for a very long time.
Frankfurt is the city that my husband and I last visited together.
Geneva is the one place my grandma ever wanted to visit. We went over Christmas/New Years 2005-2006. I vowed never to take a winter vacation to a cold weather destination ever again.
Harlem is the only place in America where I would ever want to raise children. So much for that pipe dream now. Thanks, gentrification!
Isaacman is the author of the book I’m reading right now.
James Baldwin is one of my favorite writers and one of my historical muses.
Kinani means dance in Shangana & it’s come up as a possible baby name.
London is the only city I’ve wanted to live in that I haven’t yet lived in. Live long… it could happen.
Maboneng is my favorite neighborhood in Johannesburg and, hopefully, it’ll be home in 2017.
New York City is the only place on earth I feel at home, at peace, and inspired – at the same time.
Olympus is the brand of voice recorders I just bought. I bought 3 at one time and I’m so proud of myself for it. Who needs to rip the house apart trying to find the one voice recorder I have 10 minutes before I’ve scheduled an interview? Well, not this girl. Not anymore!
Photography has been in my family for generations. If I actually publish the travel photo book I’ve had in my head for the past few years, I would officially make the third generation of photographers on my dad’s side.
Quran is the religious holy book of Muslims (like yours truly). I have only read it once and I’m long overdue for a re-read.
Strawberry shortcakes are my traditional birthday cakes. My mom has ensured that every birthday that we share together, there is a strawberry shortcake to celebrate the new year. American style too, none of that British with a biscuit fakery.
The Bitchin’ Dietitian is a blog i follow regularly, though I have to admit I’m a couch potato who has reconnected with my affinity for butter and salt. But, I do love to read it as if I have self-discipline and/or access to ingredients!
University of the Witwatersrand is where I’m studying to get a PhD. Proud Witsie over here!
Violence eradication is the purpose of this blog that I follow: http://understandingviolence.org
Wife. The newest of my many hats. Dare I say, the title is starting to grow on me.
Xenophobia is a term that I’d never heard of until about a year ago. I’ve learned a lot more about it this past year traversing South east Africa.
Yebo! means yes in Zulu.
Zanzibar is the latest trip plan I’ve made to come together with my ‘Mixed Masala Marriage’ crew. We came started earlier this year in Dubai because we’re all in intercultural marriages and trying to find balance. Next year, Zanzibar!