Wednesday, March 16, 2011

One Lovely Blog Award




Sometimes you get some good feedback on your blogsite, but more often of not it seems that most of the time you are writing these musing for no ones benefit but your own.


So imagine how surprised I was to find out that a complete stranger, Geniaus from the http://genimates.blogspot.com/ has nominated 'Thru My Lens' in the (now) prestigious One Lovely Blog Award.

The rules for accepting the award are;



* Accept the ward, post it on your blog together with the name of the person who granted the award and their blog link.  

* Pass the award on to 15 other blogs that you've newly discovered. 

* Remember to contact the bloggers to let them know they have been chosen for this award. 

Now unfortunately I don't subscribe to 15 blogs, so I'll be honest & only nominate the ones I do visit & enjoy. They are;
http://davidkusumoto.blogspot.com/ - Hows It Going To End, David Kusumoto
http://grapegoddess.blogspot.com/ - Sonoma Harvest, Lynda
http://thehandofhavoc.blogspot.com/ - The Hand Of Havoc, Nathan Pitt 
http://wheremountainsmeetthesea.blogspot.com/ - Where The Mountains Meet The Sea,

2 comments:

Geniaus said...

John, I really enjoy your posts. Keep them coming.

Cheers, Geniasu

ER said...

Hello John,
I'm just getting around to reading my comments and found yours, so i apologise for my late response. Thank you for nominating my blog for this award. I am honoured. I have a proposition for you though. Instead of posting the award, i would be even more honoured if you would guest post. My blog is not only about the Highlands and Islands of Scotland but about the people who left there. I have been looking for Canadians, Aussies, Kiwis, and Americans to tell their tale on my blog. Anything about how your family came to be in Australia, or what it means to be a Scot there, a bit of Scottish-Australian history...anything like that...oh, and your beautiful photos too if you like. I've a friend coming over from Victoria next week, his first trip to the land of his ancestors. He's heard the Calling all his life but it's only now that he's in a position to finally answer. I don't think folks here really understand what this place means to those of us who are the 'children of exile.'
Thank you again, John. :) Lizzy