Kimberley at The Possiblity of Being (cool name for a blog) has given me the Kreativ Blog Award. Until now I have been too busy with NaPoWriMo to formerly accept it. Kimberley is one of the talented writers I discovered over the last month.
The award comes with a few responsibilities:
1. Post the award on your blog and link to the person who gave you the award.
2. List seven things you love.
3. Pass it on! List seven blogs you love and let those people know you’ve given them the award.
Seven Things that I Love
1. My family.
2. My cat, Jack.
3. Chocolate. It’s best that I don’t get the taste of it as once I start eating it I can’t stop.
4. The great outdoors which includes my garden, the New Forest and the sea (both close by), lakes and mountains.
5. My computer. I wouldn’t be without it and I’ve written a poem dedicated to it.
6. Holidays in faraway places which I came to late in life as the result of having wandering offspring. To date I’ve visited China, Japan, Singapore, Indonesia and Malysia.
7. Oh dear! I’ve come to the end and there are still lots more things that I love. I love writing, which means I also love reading…and, of coure, poetry.
(I realise that I’ve cheated and crammed in far too many things).
Now I don’t know who has already received this award and please feel free to turn the Kreativ Blogger Award down if it isn’t your thing.
This is my opportunity to flag up the blogs I enjoy visiting.
Blogs that I love
1. David King at Pics and Poems. Dave’s blog is a mix of art work, fine poems and (sometimes controversial) topical posts.
2. Kay McKenzie Cooke at Made for Weather. Kay is a published NZ poet. Kay illustrates her posts with wonderful photographs.
3. Andy Sewina at Sweet Talking Guy. Andy is the creator of the Naisaiku (or was that Wendy Naisaiku?) and the American Sandwich.
5. Elizabeth Enslin at Yips and Howls. I ‘met’ Elizabeth through NaPoWriMo. She is a writer and anthropologist who claims not to have written much poetry before.
6. S. L. Corsua at Unguarded Utterance. A pen name for a blogger who writes powerful poems as an antidote to the law. She is based in the Philippines.
7. Wayne Pitchko at POGA…Poetry. Wayne writes poetry and paints. I also ‘met’ Wayne through NaPoWriMo. His poems are quirky (I like quirky).