Meggipeg has very kindly passed on to me two blog awards that she’s recently received. The first of these is the Premio Primavera award which acknowledges those who comment on your blog. This is a great award which recognises that comments keep things lively and build a community around a blog. Without them, a post can feel like a message in a bottle tossed into the ocean!
I’d like to pass on this award to the bloggers whose encouraging comments have helped this blog get going. They’re Pella of Pattern Pandemonium, Ruth of Sew Ruth and Jennifer of Dedicated Musings. Thanks all!
I love receiving comments so please keep them coming, otherwise I’ll have to resort to my most pathetic vice that is reading comment spam!
I discovered Megan’s blog when we laboured together over Pattern Magic. I enjoy reading it for her warm tone and for a glimpse of her creative life on the other side of the world. I’m dead chuffed that she nominated me for the One Lovely Blog/Very Inspiring Blogger award. Thanks Meggipeg!
These are the rules of the award:
1. Thank the person who nominated you.
3. Share 7 things about yourself.
4. Pass the award to 10 nominees.
5. Include this set of rules.
6. Inform your nominees by posting a comment on their blogs.
So here goes:
The ‘One Lovely Blog/Very Versatile Blogger’ Nominees
1 Pattern Pandemonium: because Pella sews beautifully, she sews ambitiously and she drafts her own. But I’m even more pleased to pass her this award because it’ll force her to reveal a bit about herself. I’m not even sure where she lives. US, UK, France? All three?
3 Nicky Linzy: her beautiful illustrations always have a calming influence on me.
And for the 7 Facts
I warn you: this may be a case of too much information!
1. I’ve already ‘fessed up to the fact that I read comment spam so let me explain: they’re like the overeager Latin lover I’d have run from. “Special piece you have realized here! The world wide web is awash of unsuitable writing and I was grabbed by your lucidity. Your determinations are precise and I will forthwith subscribe to your rss feed to remain up to date with your up future day postings. Yes! I accept it, your publishing style is grand and i need to improve on mine decidedly. Buy now Viagra.”
2. In 2012, the only book I loved reading from cover to cover was the The French Lieutenant’s Woman by John Fowles.
4. I’m training for an 18-mile up-and-down cross country race.
4. I spent a part of my childhood in Sierra Leone and Algeria.
5. When I was 18, I sewed through my thumb on a treadle machine…
6….. and only a month later realized a 1cm piece of needle was still inside….
Hope you enjoyed that!