Friday, January 22, 2010

Kreativ Blogger Award

Recently, I was nominated for the Kreativ Blogger award by Gerardine Baugh.kreativ blogger6
Thanks Gerardine!

The rules for accepting this award are:

1. Thank the person giving you the award.
2. Copy the award to your blog.
3. Place a link to their blog.
4. Write seven interesting things about yourself. (About myself? That's hard.)
5. Nominate 7 bloggers.
6. Put links to those bloggers in your blog.
7. Leave a comment letting those bloggers know about the award.

So here it goes:

1. I have lived in France, Spain, Korea, and the US.

2. I am from the plains of Colorado.

3. I prefer wildflowers to dramatic vistas.

4. Partly I like to travel by train because I get motion sick. I can read on the train.

5. I like it when people sit next to me on the bus because it is more social.

6. I don't like writing about myself.

Here are the blogs that I am nominating:

Tokyo Dreaming - Expresses the soul of Japan. I wish I could write this well.

Author Khanh Ha - Short fictional passages and musings on the creative process.

Sleepy Tako - An American living in Japan documents his local travels.

Riding in Riverside - One of the best transit blogs around.

Bill Guffey - Thumbnails of his paintings.

XX Cinema - Information about movies by women.

Neapolitan - A very interesting perspective on life.

(For more information about the Kreative Blogger award, visit the blogs of Carol J. Gavin and Fletch.)

6 comments:

Khanh Ha said...

Thanks for your good thought and congrats on your most recent achievement!

Helen Bushnell said...

Thanks.

Gerardine Baugh said...

I get motion sick, too. I don't even have to leave my home I can travel with you. Thank you for posting this blog, I do love it.
I will visit the Blogs you nominated.

Gerardine Baugh

Helen Bushnell said...

I hope you like them.

Aki said...

Thank you so much for including my Tokyo blog! wow, I'm very honored. And congratulations on your well-deserved award. Your posts always make me want to take a few months to travel and roam.

Helen Bushnell said...

I love your turn of phrase.