I've not been blogging much lately. However, I'm not one of those who will apologise for not blogging. Like my blog is that important to your life. Okay, instead I'm now going to apologise for blogging.
Now then, much to your surprise, I have received yet another blogging award. The award would seem to take note of someone who has a blog that is a very active and perhaps even a prolific site. I would state that my blog is not exactly on fire with articles that are so frequent that you're not sure if you're reading a blog or a twitter update.
The wonderfully articulate Jai over at this site, Jai Joshi's Tulsi Tree has very kindly bestowed the, "Blog on Fire Award", to me. Jai, I'm very grateful that you would consider me for this flaming award. Of course, me being a, "a hunk, a hunk of burning love...", sort of realises that this award relates to the fires of writing passion that burns in my heart. Then again, maybe it's more like, "ring of fire", something I've experienced after an extremely hot curry. Moving swiftly on.....I noticed that Jai has bestowed this award to a total of three bloggers.
So, being lazy and unoriginal, I shall do the same. Here are the three lucky writers who set the blogging world on fire and are most worthy of the "Blog on Fire Award".
1: thefeatherednest : Delores, over at this very clever variety blog, will keep you busy with all her numerous blogs. Delores was the cordial host of the virtual blog party that celebrated my fifth year anniversary of blogging. If you have never been to her site, I highly recommend you do so.
2: Austanspace : Laura is another highly prolific blogger who submits a wide variety of articles on her thoughtful site. If you've never been to Laura's site, how about going over and saying, 'hi'.
3: Life is Good : And now for one of the latest, most pleasant surprise, blog sites. Tina is one of the co-hosts of that um 'challenge' that's the talk of the blogging world. Yes, she's a part of the "Blogging From A to Z Challenge, April 2012." Although there is no way I would be involved in the challenge, we have had some good natured banter about it all. So, despite my satirical take on it, why not go to Tina's site if you are contemplating signing up to the alphabet challenge. And of course, while you are there, you can see what a great blog she writes.
Thanks again, Jai. And now I look around my blog cabin and feel the warm, reassuring glow of the blog fire.