Versatile Blogger 2/Quill Commander Awards

What an honor to get 2 awards from at the same time! I was greatly honored to receive these 2 awards:

The Versatile Blogger Award – 2

Versatile Blogger

Give 8 interesting facts about yourself.

Nominate few versatile bloggers.

Here are my Facts – I will let you decide whether they are interesting enough or not 🙂

  1. I love dogs- any breed, color, type – I don’t care, even the wild and ferocious ones. They just melt me!
  2. I love mountains more than beaches. I would love to go on a mountain top so high that I could touch the clouds.
  3. I am terrible with Directions.
  4. I am on a soul cleansing trip as part of which I have deleted all Social Media accounts. I miss a few people terribly but I still haven’t been able to convince myself that I “need” it. I have found real friends after I disconnected from social media because they find some way to reach out, that you could have never thought.
  5. I am a big believer of Reincarnation and Regression therapies and strongly feel I am going to meet my loved ones time and again!
  6. “Painting calms the chaos that shakes my soul” – that quote was truly written for me!
  7. My guts are very strong and I follow them like “God’s words”
  8. I have a black tongue (that doesn’t mean my tongue is black in color 😉 it’s a phrase that means that i have black dots on my tongue). Not sure if many people believe this but it’s said that words that come out of black tongued people, COM! TRUE! So, be aware 😉

My Nominations:


The Quill Commander Award



  1. Thank the blogger who nominated you and post a link of their blog
  2. List the rules of the award
  3. post a photo of your national flag and national anthem
  4. leave a favourite quote
  5. Nominate some bloggers

Thank you Distracted Soul for nominating me for this award. It’s truly an honor receiving this. And this is my first Quill Commander award so extra happiness pouring!


Our National Anthem is “Jana Gana Mana” by Rabindranath Tagore.

My Favorite quote:

“In your light I learn how to love, In your beauty, I learn how to make poems.
You dance inside my chest where no one sees you, but sometimes I do, and that sight becomes this art.”