April 16, 2012

The Versatile Blogger Award

Today I had decided to make it a non blogging day, as I had to finish something important. But the temptation to check my blog arrested me and I planned to take just a quick glance at comments for my latest post. To my pleasant surprise, I saw this award for a Versatile blogger. I got this award from N, the writer of http://unfoldthefolded.blogspot.in/
I would like to thank N for reading my blog and finding my writing versatile.
Now, as a Versatile blogger I have to follow some rules.
Here are the rules that I followed and my winners will also have to follow.

•Nominate 10-15 fellow bloggers
•Inform the bloggers of their nomination
•Share 7 random things about yourself
•Thank the blogger who nominated you (with blog link)
•Add the Versatile Blogger Award Pic on your blog post

Nominate 10-15 fellow bloggers
This is the best part as it gives me the opportunities to express my appreciation to some interesting blogs that I like. The bloggers who I thought were versatile in their writing and who deserved to receive this award are:

Nothingprofund  -‘Aphorism of the day’
Congratulations! All of you inspire me and deserve this award. If you would like to further award, then please follow the above rules.
Here are the 7 random things about me (with the hope that you will continue to read my blog even after knowing these randomites about me).

1>    Let me start with something about blogging, I can’t read very long posts. I like short posts making the point.
2>    Beach, books and beer is all that it takes to me happy
3>    I can’t read self help books
4>    I bought a guitar to learn, but gave up after 4 classes
5>    I love watching romantic comedy’s and chick flicks. I hate meaning less action or sci-fi movies
6>    I love decorating my home. I love colors and corners.
7>    I need to loose weight.

Happy Blogging!


Janene said...

Thanks so much, Ekta. What an honor! I love the 7 things about you. My favorite: beer, beach, and books -- wonderful b's, indeed!

Sushma Harish said...

wow nice reading you Ekta. Will come back for more reading soon. You put it all well in this post. Thanks again for your lovely words that in turn inspire us.
Welcome to Sushma's Page.

indu chhibber said...

Ekta heartiest congrats on your award-may there be many more...& thanks too for nominating me!

Rahul Bhatia said...

Congratulations, Ekta for the award you truly deserve. A big thanks for the sweet gesture for considering me too:)Hope you win many more laurels!

Sujatha Sathya said...

congrats on the award! first time on your blog. it was nice to read those few things about you - liked the 3 B's - beech, beer,book :)

pls remove the captcha!

Indian Home Maker said...

Congratulations on your award!! Honored to see my name in this list!! Thank you.

Loved reading about you, I too don't like violent or action movies and love decorating my home :)


congrats to you dear
and congrats to the people you have nominated :)

Malte Zeeck said...

Hello there! My name is Malte Zeeck, and I am with InterNations.org. I really enjoyed reading your fantastic blog! I think expats in Singapore and around the world could really gain some great insights from this page. The quality of the blog in general is very convincing, which is why I would love to feature you and your writing on the Recommended Blog on Singapore section on InterNations.org
Not only do we feature and link to your blog prominently; we also would like to hear from you directly in our questionnaire! We have also designed a link badge for your blog.
If you are interested, please feel free to contact me via email: maltezeeck@internations.org

Malte Zeeck

Ekta said...

@Malte, Am really excited about this opportunity. Will surely connect with you on e-mail. Thanks so much for this honor.

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