Quite a few days ago, Miss Marzipan nominated me for The Sunshine Award. I was surprised and delighted. Before I could respond, I received another Sunshine nomination from Sofia Ängsved Photos & Art
I am not sure if I am supposed to accept two Sunshine awards at once, but I am going to because I want to acknowledge the support, kindness and encouragement given to me by Miss Marzipan and Creative Garden. I am looking forward to reading about Miss Marzipan’s Blessingway and Advent preparations. They are bound to be special events. I am equally looking forward to more beautiful photos and creative posts from Sofia/Creative Garden.
The Sunshine Award is symbolised by a flower that one blogger can give to other “bloggers who positively and creatively inspire others in the blogosphere”.
As with most awards the Sunshine Award comes with a few simple rules:
- Acknowledge the person who gave this award in a blog post.
- Do the Q&A below.
- Pass on the award to 10 deserving and inspiring bloggers, inform them and link to their blogs.
Questions and Answers
Who is your favorite philosopher?
I don’t have one. I do like the Dalai Lama’s words of wisdom.
What is your favorite number?
It changes all the time. At the moment, I favour combinations of 5 and 6 e.g. 65 or 565 or 655
What is your favorite animal?
My miniature schnauzer 🙂 , then hedgehogs; both are cute and prickly.
What is your favorite time of day?
Twilight in the summer.
What are your Facebook and Twitter?
I don’t have a Twitter account and my Facebook is private for now.
What is your favorite holiday?
Lately, it’s been Diwali because it brings back some wonderful childhood memories.
What is your physical favorite activity?
Walking, walking and walking.
What is your favorite non-alcoholic drink?
What is your passion?
Kindness and the practice thereof
What is your favorite flower?
The world according to a 20-something, op-shop loving, dumpling eating, finger nail biting, bracelet making maniac.
The blog that introduced me to the blog world.
Although this Travelling Kiwi is temporarily grounded, I can’t wait till she takes off again and writes about libraries and churches she encounters on her travels.
A poet and reader of poetry and a translator. I love her translations of Psyche and Cupid.
I enjoy her accounts of life in a different part of our lovely New Zealand.
Beautiful photographs and an inspirational look at “loving kindness”
I enjoy her fresh and vibrant approach to cooking.
I admire the creative activities that Mtetar shares with her grandchild.
The photos on this blog are truly delightful.
My musical education is being revitalised by Leaping Tracks wonderful posts on music.
Sufey’s brings a smile to my face and like all my other nominees brings plenty of warm sunshine.