Being in transit over the holidays meant we had no tree in our flat. I wrapped a total of three presents (small ones). It’s quiet work, waiting for the holiday spirit to visit.
But I came back after Christmas to find that fellow wanderer becomingmadame.wordpress.com had nominated Scribblerbean for two awards: the Beautiful Blogger Award and The Reader Appreciation Award. Mme’s sweet little note was probably one of the best presents a writer writing alone could receive: encouragement, and a quick little wink across continents that said, you’re doing ok. Merci beaucoup, Madame!
As if that wasn’t enough, Josh Lattimer, who creates dazzling posts on fictionalmachines.com had also sent me a nomination for the One Lovely Blog Award.
In turn, I wish to nominate Jmkhaprawannatellyouastory.wordpress.com
She produces wondrous little stories and illustrations that move me with their honesty and boldness.
Now these may just look like colorful little badges, but I haven’t been blogging for very long. Encouragement goes a long way! So for that, thank you ever so much. I resolve to write a little more everyday in emulation of bloggers I’ve admired over these past few months.
In the spirit of Oscar Fever and the Awards season, I’m passing along nominations for the Beautiful Blogger Award and Reader Appreciation Award to 15 blogs. These writers inspire me with their dedication to the craft, their brave, writerly ways, darling geekiness, and wanderlust.
If you wish to, here’s what you do next:
- Link back to the person who nominated you
- Post the award(s) on your page
- Nominate 15 other blogs
- Share 7 random facts about yourself.
Here are my 7 random facts:
- I can’t do rollercoasters or tequila.
- One of the seven fish in my aquarium is missing an eye.
- The monster under my bed was a zombie. Of this I am sure.
- I draw pictures with paint in my other journals.
- I wish I’d worked harder to do better in math class.
- My bedtime is 2 am.
- I have never been to New York City.
Thank you for letting me into your strange and beautiful corners! I look forward to your wonderful musings in 2013.