Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Seriously Cute Blogger Award

So, um, recently my friend and Chrysalis colleague Brook R. Busse gave me an award. The Seriously Cute Blogger Award, which involves me posting up the following image of a small fluffy dog:

Eh, cuteish I guess, but I'm more of a cat person. Anyway, I want to thank Brooke for the award! But I also want to fulfill the requirements of the award, which according to some guy, somewhere, are as follows (thanks for the description Michael. hehe):

"List five books, films, or TV programs that I've read, watched, or followed in the last 12 months."

Here are my five!

  • TV: MEDIUM - got season 6 on DVD and am one episode away from finishing. I know it's just more of the same, but I love this show.
  • MOVIE: HARRY POTTER #7 (pt 2) - still like the books better, but the movie was pretty satisfactory too. So ends an era!
  • BOOK: FLASH BURNOUT by L.K. Madigan - I feel bad that I only heard of this lady when she got sick, and only remembered her again when she had passed. This book was pure genius, I loved it. RIP L.K.
  • TV: LIFE - I bought seasons 1-2 (the full series) in one package and watched them earlier in the year. Loved them, and would have liked to see the series continue.
  • MOVIE: THE LIBRARIAN II: RETURN TO KING SOLOMAN'S MINES - this series is one of the most terrible I've seen. Ever. I have yet to watch #3, and I can't imagine it's going to get any better with that one.

Now...do I really want to pass this on, or not?? I'm thinking yes, and I'm thinking that I'm going to pass it onto...

Have fun, Jenni!

In other news, I also have a meme that Brooke passed onto me...but that's just going to have to wait, as this entry is long enough as is! Also, I'm planning on starting my Globetrotter series soon. So watch out for the first entry!


  1. Cute award :) But, I guess that would make sense, wouldn't it?

  2. Thanks for the award!! Fluffy puppy...:)

  3. The first Librarian was OK. Never could get more than a few minutes into the second.

  4. Congratulations Trisha. You definitely have a cute blog :)

  5. It is cute, but I agree - a cat would've been even cuter!

  6. @Kelley - yep, you got it. hehe

    @Jenni - no worries. Enjoy the fluffy puppy.

    @M Pax - I still thought it was pretty terrible. #2 was terrible. And I'm anticipating that #3 won't disappoint in the 'terrible' stakes. hehe

    @Michael - thank you!

    @L. Diane - kitties are cute for sure!

  7. Wow. Cool!

    You have a lot going on!!

    Congrats :D

  8. Awww. He really is cute! (and so is your blog)


  9. Congrats on the award! I must check out that Flash Burnout book...

  10. Congrats on the award! I think that is the cutest award I've seen. :)

  11. I've been meaning to read Flash Burnout, and this was a good reminder! Haven't seen The Librarian and it doesn't sound as though I'm missing much :)

  12. @Jolene - thank you!

    @Debbie - thanks. hehe. I think the puppy is cuter.

    @Liz - cheers! and yes, you must. It's a brilliant read. I snorted with laughter many a time.

    @Ciara - thank you, and I would agree!

    @Jess - read it, read it! And yeah, I wouldn't bother with the movie... hehe

  13. Congrats on the award.
    Goodness the only one of those I know is Harry Potter! I loved the books and agree they had much more to them than the films, though the films were good too. I felt the last film was too much action and not enough story. I wanted to see more of Hogwarts and Neville rebelling like George and Fred had done and it just wasn't there.

  14. Congratulations on your award! I thought the pup was cute....

  15. Now I've got to go find out what this "Librarian" set is all about...

  16. @Jes...don't say I didn't warn you. hehe

    @Kari Marie - thank you! he is pretty cute I agree. or she...lol

    @Madeleine - thank you! I agree on the last film - I wanted to see more of bad-ass Neville. I reckon he was way more kick-ass in the book.

  17. Congrats on the award! Funny story about 'The Librarian' I just started working at the library and one of the librarians was checking it out. I was joking around about it because I thought it was not a very intelligent movie and most librarians seem like, well, they should be... Anyway, I think I hurt her feelings.

  18. Danette, that's hilarious! In her defense, if she HADN'T seen it yet, there's no reason to think it's as utterly crap as it is. But if she's seen it and is now choosing to watch it AGAIN...well, I've got no sympathy for her. None at all. hehe


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