Vincent Ehindero Award Thing

The awesome dude of Rethinking Scripture named me in his Vincent Ehindero Award waaay back on April 23. Yes, that was this year, but I think I’ve been too flaky in not answering it yet. So, here ya go:

  1. If you could be anyone living or dead who would that be?
    I asked for specifics on this question, like length and whether I’d have to also be dead if I picked someone dead… So, assuming I could be anyone for a short period of time, I would definitely choose to try out a celebrity’s life. I’ve always been fascinated with how people live; a very rich person would be interesting.
    (Further, a very poor person would also be interesting but less comfortable. Further further, I’d enjoy any other life for a bit since I am naturally curious.)


    I would not be this person for a day.

  2. Using just one word how would you describe yourself?
  3. Do you consider yourself an introvert or extrovert?
    I consider myself an introvert, with a confused expression when others say they assumed otherwise.
  4. Name one thing that if you had the means to do it what would that be?
    My son keeps asking me a similar question, to which I keep answering, “A permanent end to Coronavirus.”
  5. Are you a cat or dog person, or maybe both?
    I am a dog person, but that is the cats’ fault.

    cat on green grass

    It’s planning to eat me.

©2020 Chelsea Owens

Some people you should follow include:

Carrot Ranch‘s blog for a great community and for writing prompts and tips.
Carol‘s musings, recipes, and recycling news for musings, recipes, and recycling news.
-Carol’s friend, Sally Cronin, for great information on writing and nutrition (and much, much more!)
Sue Vincent‘s prompts and sharing of people who responded to her prompts. She is, hands-down, one of the best writers and poets in the blogging world.
Colleen Chesebro, who does a poem-writing contest every week. She includes a lot of resources and instructions on poetry as well.
Basically, anyone else I’ve nominated in the past. I loves me my friends, and think you all should know you all.

If anyone is looking to answer awesome questions, respond to any or all in the comments:

  1. If you had to choose between a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup and a Hershey’s Cookies and Cream candy bar, why is that even a choice?
  2. Seriously, who stole the cookies from the cookie jar?
  3. What’s your favorite color?
  4. If you became the supreme leader of your own country for a day and could put any law in place that you wanted, what would you do?
  5. What’s one of your favorite books?


This is the part where I re-post the re-posted parts about ‘rules’ and such:


Thank the person that nominated you with a link to their blog.

Make a post of the award (with a photo.)

Post the rules.

Ask 5-10 questions of your choice.

Nominate 10-30 other bloggers.

Follow Vincent Ehindero at (to qualify for a free blog promotion and shoutout) and more blogging opportunities.

Photo Credits: Brett Sayles and Viktor Mogilat on

38 thoughts on “Vincent Ehindero Award Thing

      1. The whole idea presents many philosophical questions like would you realise you were living as that someone else and have no recollection of who you were before? If so, how would you know a famous (dead?) person wasn’t asked the same question and chose to be you?

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  1. Oh, the first question is too American for the rest of us! I don’t even know what they are but I can bet they’re not on a par with our exemplary British biscuits, a chocolate digestive or a jaffa cake, 😉

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  2. No, no, no. You play checkers with them first, after pulling one of the dark sides off to reveal the white. Or you dunk it in milk, lick it, then eat it. Depends which kid you watch.

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  3. Technically, my company may or may not be working on a project that may or may not be about viruses such as coronavirus (we have to be very secret about what we do). Unfortunately, I may or may not be on that project… 😦

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  4. Congrats Chelsea. You’re so funny. I can relate to giving people a strange look when they think I’m an extrovert. 🙂 And…
    Seriously, who stole the cookies from the cookie jar?
    At my house…definitely the husband. And he’ll vehemently deny it even though there’s only the two of us. Lol

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