I have just learnt something new i.e. how to put the link to "perpetually in transit" above. I will also enjoy reading the other blogs that she nominated.
After thanking the kind giver, I am to choose 10 bloggers, who, in my opinion, “positively and creatively inspire others in the blogosphere” and then answer a few simple questions about myself.
I recognize that not every blogger wishes to receive awards, in which case please feel free to decline. It’s even possible that some have already received it and are running out of space on their virtual mantelpiece. The main thing is that I’m given the chance to highlight some of the blogs I enjoy and offer them for further exploration, so, without further ado, here are my choices. They come from near and far, some are long-established, others newer and still small. Some post very regularly, others quite infrequently. The one thing they have in common is that I enjoy reading each and every one.
As you can see I copied the above from Perpetually in Transit.
starting over accepting changes-maybe
mums simply living blog
grandma linda's house
Hello and welcome to my little corner of the world
the art of not working
and, of course my baby brother
These are in no particular order and I apologise to anyone if I have the name wrong. (I have tested the links). As I say this is all new to me.
Now the questions
Favourite colour: blue (although having a blue school uniform for 13 years did put me off it for a while)
Favourite animal: cat - ours are such company (although a dog to take for walks would be good (our cats would not approve).
Favourite number ----- can one have a favourite number?
Favourite drink: depends on the time of day - coffee in the morning, tea in the afternoon and a red wine in the evening.
Facebook or Twitter: Although I do belong to Facebook I very rarely check it.
Your passion: Reading
Giving or Getting Presents: Giving - I love watching someone, particularly a child, open presents.
Favourite Day: Preferably warm, not too hot. Although with lots of friends succumbing to cancer any day above ground is a good one.
Favourite flower: Whatever is out in the garden at the time, preferably with a scent.
I think I have got the links correct.
Apart from this award I had a lady, Chris, who has recently moved here from earthquake prone Christchurch over for morning coffee. She has moved to the street where M. is in the Rest Home so I walked back with her and went to visit him.
Luckily, he was in a better frame of mind as far as I am concerned and I stayed with him while he ate his lunch and then left him to dose while I came back and had mine.
It has turned cold again (one day quite warm the next bitter but that is our autumn) so the fires are lit.