Ms Mandie over at ‘Stuff No One Told Mandie’ gave me a lovely award the other day: the Liebster award. It’s a nice viral award for small blogs which creates a wonderful trail of links helping us all promote one another.
This award is designed for blogs with less than 200 followers which inspire others. As part of accepting this award, there’s a few rules:
1. Copy and Paste the award on your blog
2. Link back to the blogger who gave you the award
3. Pick your five favourite bloggers with under 200 followers who deserve to be recognised and leave a comment on their blog letting them know they have received the award
4. Hope the five chosen bloggers will continue to spread the blog award love!
The hard part here is I worry I might inadvertently insult one or some of the people I offer the award to by inferring they have 200 or less followers. I have no real way of telling, so if I offer the award to you and you have more followers than that I’m sorry and I certainly meant nothing by it beyond your blog makes me feel delighted and inspired.
My award receivers are:
One Thousand Lights – an inspired and inspirational artist
Perogies and Gyoza – great book recommendations and a window back to my beloved Japan. Mouth-watering title too.
Writer In Progress – a fellow author enthusiastically trying to ‘break in’
Of The Sea – A very cool insight into freediving and travel, makes me miss being young!
That Book You Like – fantastic book recommendations and a wonderful artist to boot
Hey Kirstie! Thanks for the award 🙂 All the best with your writing.
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Even if I had 1,000,000 readers, this wouldn’t offend me! Thank you so much! I’m excited that you see me as “enthusiastic.” I often feel quite pessimistic, so I’m glad I’m not coming off that way. 😀
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I didn’t think I would offend, but everyone views things differently and might take it the wrong way so I figured, better to apologise in advance.
You definately don’t read as pessimistic, you keep trying and thinking of ways to improve and to get past hurdles, that’s inspiring to me.