For me? You’re too kind.
I have a huge ego, in need of constant validation. I rarely do anything for the sake of doing it. Blogging is one of those things. It is therefore with (manly) tears that I accept the One Lovely Blog Award, a nomination I honestly didn’t see coming. The rules of the award are:
- Thank the person who nominated you and link back to them in your post.
- Share 7 things about yourself
- Nominate 15 bloggers you admire
- Leave a comment on each of these blogs letting them know they’ve been nominated.
Thank you very much to Peter Monaco, for nominating by little blog. I urge you all to check out his site; had the roles been reversed I would have nominated him in a heartbeat.
Now, onto seven things about me.
- Every hit on my bl0g, every like and comment, fills me with a warm glow that puts me in a good mood for several minutes.
- I have a toy walrus called Walrus. Note the capital ‘W’ – it’s important.
- I have a lot of trouble getting to sleep.
- I don’t like bellybuttons.
- I’m very tall and thin. In Ireland, this makes me an anomaly.
- I’ll read anything by Bill Bryson.
- I would like to be a doctor, mostly so I could carry around a clipboard and look important.
Now I am to nominate 15 bloggers for the award. Each of these I follow, and I’d highly recommend that you do the same. In no particular order:
- Cut the Crap movie reviews
- Cyber Femmes
- What’s your Tag?
- Recollections of Play
- The Thought Buffet
- Robo heart Beat
- Wall cat Games
- A flock of crows
- Healing the Masses
- Nintendo Culture
- Writing Nerdy
- Power Chords
- Ramblings of a Gaming Girl
All fantastic sites that I regularly visit.
Update: On visiting these bl0gs to notify them of their rewards, I realized that D.L Aiden over at a flock of crows has nominated me for the Sensual Blogging award. While I’m extremely grateful to her for this, I don’t really feel that gaming and sensual mesh together. Also, I’m not nominating another 12 blogs, mostly because I don’t follow another 12 blogs, and my fingers are sore from typing. Nonetheless I humbly (and awkwardly) accept that award as well. Thank you!