Before I hop into the tag I was nominated for, I want to ask you something. Am I the only one that is terrified that I tag someone and forget to tell the person? So, as a rule, I try to do tags on Sundays. Hiddengirl75 tagged me @ Wandering with Me. Ethan_07 first created this post idea, and their blog is Amine Is A Cup Of Tea. Now, on to the fun part, but first here are the rules:
#1 Share your favorite stories—movies/books/anime/manga/drama/songs—by classifying them on these seven colors’ traits:
- red: passionate, exciting, invigorating
- blue: peaceful, calming
- pink: romantic, caring
- orange: warm, motivating
- black: mysterious, thrilling
- green: fresh, unexpected
- white: random
#2 Send this challenge invitation to at least one of your friends. Let them fear your superiority, as you—decide their fate.
#3 Link back to the original post here! And, enjoy!
Note: It’s always recommended for you to thank (or link back to) the people who nominated you, but if you think there’s already an unbreakable bond between you and the challengers, then feel free to drop the courtesy.
I guess I will do this with a mix of books and music.
red: passionate, exciting, invigorating
The first song that came to mind is by Imagine Dragons – Birds because it reminds me that freedom and freeing yourself is the first step for self-love. In terms of books for this prompt, is Haven on the Riverwalk by Eileen Cruz Coleman. It’s a short novella that many can relate to.
blue: peaceful, calming
Jess Glynne – Take Me Home is calming to me as weird as it sounds because it reminds me that someone always got my back.
pink: romantic, caring
Take me to church – Hozier is a reminder that love wins over anything negative that the church says about the LGBT+ community. Holding the Man by Timothy Conigrave is a prime example of true love.
orange: warm, motivating
For this prompt, the song Courage To Change by Sia is a perfect fit. Since behind any change, there are driven, people. This song reminds me of the novel and movie Moxie.
black: mysterious, thrilling
She’s Too Pretty to Burn by Wendy Heard for the book and for the song I’m picking, Marlisa – Stand By You, one of the lyrics goes like If black is your brightest colour If hurt is your only lover.
green: fresh, unexpected
Faouzia – Stripped: Live In Concert from the Burton Cummings Theatre is what I’m listening to right now, and it sounds fresh and summery. The Match (It Happened in Charleston #1) by Sarah Adams because it was an unexpected five stars.
White has become my happy colour because it reminds me of my dog Snow and he does make my heart full.