Wish you a Coronavirus Free Environment and please wish me back
Anushka has nominated me for the Blogger Recognition Award. I am heartily thankful to her. I have some pending rewards, so I will try to give a response to all of them today. I hope all of you enjoy the sunlight today while social distancing. I am trying to do my laundry and take a shower today after a week. Don’t worry, all my co-workers have a double mask, and we cannot smell each other, LOL.
Please visit Anushka’s blog at https://4anushka22.wordpress.com/ She has written some imaging articles. She has written an excellent article, “each teardrop falls a memory, free-flowing river of love.”
The Rules of the award:
1 Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
- Write a post to show your award.
3. Give a brief story of how your blog started.
4. Give two pieces of advice to new bloggers.
5. Select up to fifteen bloggers you want to give this award to.
6. Comment (or pingback) on each blog to let them know that you’ve nominated them and provide a link to the post you’ve created.
How Did I Start Blogging?
As Anushka said, “sometimes, we need a substitute to survive the reality of life”. This life has not left many options or choices for me, so I have made a blog as my best friend. I speak to my best friend through my writing on the blog. I express my feelings and emotions through words. I don’t like to keep anything hidden in my heart anymore. I speak loudly through my words, so I can hear it too. The blog is my substitute to survive the rest of my life.
Advice to New Bloggers:
Write with your heart but chose the word wisely. Listen to each other. Respect your fellow bloggers’ writing. You don’t have to agree with their point of view, but you also don’t have the right to offend them. Okay, to criticize while maintaining your self-respect and dignity. How we can respect others if we don’t respect ourselves, so be kind.
My Nomination for this Award is:
- Vijay, HEM News Agency
- Bloody ivy
- Jacob @Books and Pixels
- Kyllan and Chebbet
“God bless everyone. Please be safe and healthy. Keep your environment clean and green”.