Imagine my surprise when I signed on this evening to have received a circular award for being unique in my blogging, but the surprise is who the award came from. There is a young lady named Tooki, https://tookii.com.au/2016/10/21/unique-blogger-award/ from Australia. She’s young, enthusiastic and all about families. She also is under 13 years I believe, in that in between age of 9 and 13 anyway. If I’m wrong, Tooki, please forgive me and feel free to correct me. This young lady blogs about swing seats, clothes, kitties, and KITTIES, her mum, family, family trips and adventures. If I were to meet her in person, I am pretty sure I’d be met with a barrage of questions, a listening ear and maybe even a game of cards or chess. She’s the type of kid that makes you want to be her age again. Full of the world and carefully protected by her parents, she lets people know about the business that the family started together. And she makes me laugh, even when I’m blue. I’d love her to meet Annie from Australia who is another contact I’ve made on WordPress.
She answers her questions on the link I typed above, then she gives her nominees three different questions and requests that I answer them. SO I will…
Who are you in a crisis? (ie the crier, the fixer, the organizer, to name a few) I’m a fixer. I run toward the fire, accident or where I’m needed. I don’t think, I act. Time for panic and tears when all done.
Do you prefer a story with pictures or left up to your own imagination. I love art. I love to paint, sketch, use pastels and crayons. Every person has their own art within them. I think the two are so linked that my imagination comes out when I create pictures. Most of the books I read now are no longer full of great art. So I have to make the pictures in my mind. I dream the books I read and colorful art arrives and changes. Enjoy the pictures while others provide them, and be ready to dream your pictures when you get the chance.
If you could speak any language, which? And why? Chinese, it’s a language of great subtlety. It lacks the articles English uses: the, a, an. There is less emphasis on things being male or female or neuter. It uses characters instead of letters. I’ve heard it takes forever to learn if you aren’t born into a Chinese family.
Now I am supposed to pick my nominees.
thechangingpalette A talented artist and photographer at thechangingpalette.com
Danny of https://dreambigdreamoften.co His blogs are so varied that I am pleased to follow him into many different areas.
Dozhub (for the love of the Cat) https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/50864660/posts/1194991743
Sueashby7 Perpetual essence, a talented poet https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/40439798/posts/119497987
A Not So Jaded Life, another talented poet https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/16973930/posts/1194168249
MKvecchio, yes, another poet https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/2558296/posts/1194920608
My three questions for each of you:
- What is your greatest passion?
- If you can travel anywhere where would it be and why?
- Who do you consider your greatest inspiration and why?
Share the link of the blogger who has shown love to you by nominating you.
Answer the questions.
In the spirit of sharing love and solidarity with our blogging family, nominate 8-13 people for the same award.
Ask them 3 questions.
3 thoughts on “Unique Blogger Award”
Congratulations!! You are a very worthy nominee for unique blogger award and I was excited to see it was Tooki that nominated you. I love to follow Tooki and I agree she is an amazing young Aussie girl who has you and I both reading her stories with interest. I have a 12 year old granddaughter and she is very creative and many of Tooki’s posts remind me of my granddaughter. Tooki makes me laugh too Ann, she has so much going on in her young life and it is all fascinating which is why I like her so much.
Her sense of fun and curiosity is evident with the idea of setting a little challenge for you, well done for accepting the challenge and passing it forward. The idea of sharing the sense of spirit and love within the blogging community is awesome to quote my granddaughter. Keep up the great work Tooki!!!! I send big hugs and lots of love to you Ann and Tooki too from
Annie in Australia 🌞 🌴 🌊 💜
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I’m glad you follow Tookii, too. She’s good for old souls.
Congratulations on the award! Nice to meet you, and thank you for visiting my blog. I am glad it brought me to yours!