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.)


Khanh Ha said...

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

Helen Bushnell said...


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.