Kiki nominated me for the 2016/2017 tag! Thanks Kiki!
- Mention creator of tag
- Use the image in the article
- Mention blogger who has chosen you
- Answer the question
- Tag 9 other bloggers to do the post
The creator is David
1: Describe your 2016 in 3 words.
Different, Moving, Exciting
2: Write the names of two people who characterized you 2016.
My mom and, uhh, I’ll say my pastor/youth pastor (ok, that’s two, but let’s pretend it’s only one XD ).
3: Write the most beautiful place you visited in 2016 and why you liked it so much:
Colorado! I really liked the hills, and the nature everywhere, too.
4: Write the most delicious food you tasted in 2016.
I ate a lot of food in 2016, but I did enjoy eating sweet potatoes more XD . A more meal-like food that I really liked was a dish my aunt brought us that was basically like a chicken, ham, cheese casserole.
5: Write the event which has marked you more of this in 2016?
Does this mean an event that impacted me? If so, I guess I’ll go with moving 🙂 .
6: Write the finest purchase you’ve made in 2016.
7: Write three good intentions for 2017.
Grow in the Lord
Be more diligent
and do a bit more day/thought journaling.
8: Write 1 place you want to visit in 2017.
I don’t really know. Someplace outside of my state? We don’t really travel too much, so just someplace new would be cool. Hey, it’d be awesome if I traveled to the state of a blogger friend and met them!
But that’s probably not happening. Must. not. say. that. XD lol
9: Write one food you want to eat in 2017.
Chocolate! Oh, you want to hear something more irregular than that? XD
It’d be fun to try an exotic fruit. 🙂
I hope you enjoyed!
This BIBPC entry is a little late, but hopefully it will still count.
I’m on team owl!
It is the moon shining through a tree. The moon looks like a spotlight!
Story: The category is night, and I had already taken pictures of the full moon, so I looked through and narrowed it down to two, a straightforward one of the moon, and this one. I asked my mom and brother, and when they saw this one they were like, “Oooh! That one!”