It’s always touching to receive awards. Honestly, the Blogger Reflection Award is one of the awards I least expect to receive. It is given to people (bloggers) “who have been an encouragement, a source of love, gave you an impact in some way”.
Sabine and I found each other, well, she found me first – – and we started communicating endlessly after she left a really long comment in one of my posts.
Thank you so much Sabine, friends like you make blogging a little bit more special.
Now, to pass this award to five individuals who inspire me in their own special way:
- Tupelo Kenyon @ TupeloKenyon.com– I discovered Tupelo Kenyon’s inspirational blog in one of the editions of the popular Carnival of Family Life. He writes articles for personal development and inspiration that is easy to read and understand. It’s also amazing to listen to the accompanying instrumental music while reading.
- Melany @ Supermom – Melany is a full time working mom, gracefully raising 3 boys in South Africa. I am humbled at how she juggles all the challenges she face everyday. Reading her articles will make me stop whining about the one little boss I have at home.
- Karin @ Heart Songs – I am inspired by Karin to enjoy life more, to appreciate what I have and my health.
- Robin @ Around the Island – Robin and I just got acquainted recently. We share the same expat life, living in two places both from the same region yet so different. I love the way she captures her day to day living and inspired by the carefully written beautiful posts she does which shows her genuine love for writing.
- Karen @ Write From Karen – I like Karen’s enthusiasm and energy to write great posts every time. She has a way with words that inspires me to write everyday.
Speaking of reflection, let’s take a moment to remember today, the people in the towers six years ago. September 11, 2001 is a calamitous day I will never forget. Much has been speculated, conspiracy stories abound but one truth remains – – that hundreds of lives have been taken and the lives of the people they left behind will never be the same again.