“I accidentally deleted the published version…” (Bloggers Recognition Award)

I am very sorry to all the followers, and all the nominees of the Bloggers Recognition Award for I accidentally deleted the published version of the post. What remained posted is the draft version which is just a newly started one and  unfinished. I don’t have a backup nor a copy of the published post. I’ll try my very best to rewrite the whole post which is very costly for me in terms of TIME in doing it. Also, I’ll try to remember all the names of the nominees which, unfortunately, I also don’t have a copy. Please bare with me and try to understand the situation I’m in now.  Thank you very much.

———the hut owner———


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  1. I want to thank these people for nominating me for the BLOGGERS RECOGNITION AWARD, namely, SAN of Sanjeetv and attupatteri of Attupatteri, both of India for these distinguished awards. These are temples of achievements for making it to the blogoshere. These are inspirations to go further and dig deeper into our hearts and minds and share them to the world.

    These bloggers who nominated me have their own blogs to boast of. Sanjeetv of Bangalore, India and Attupatteri of Chennai, India have their own style of writing which flared from different prompts and stimuli that triggered their inspirations and put them into writing for the whole world to share. These are for you to explore their blogs and pay a visit; http://sanjeetv.me/ , https://attupatteri.wordpress.com/about/

    The rules:

    Write a post showing the award
    Thank the person who nominated you and provide a link to their blog
    A nomination of yourself or the person who has nominated you is prohited
    Attach the award to the post (right-click and save, then upload)
    Select 15 deserving blogs to pass on the award
    Comment on each blog and let them know you have nominated them
    Give a brief story of how your blog started
    Give a piece of advice or two to new bloggers
    Provide a link to the award post you created (None)

    How I started.

    I retired from work on July 2013.

    I started using and playing the laptop on October 2013 but blogging was not taken seriously. It was just an amusement cheering myself how to pass the time. Sometimes it was a learning process, but most of the times, it was just for fun. I did not exert so much effort on blogging until I have read an article from WordPress which the writing style of the author caught my attention. I really like how she went around about her subject. It was the number of comments and Likes that attracted me to be one of those future commenters. I began exploring how to be in the world of WordPress which required a great number of hours patiently studying the hows of laptop operations. Learning a little, I started to write musings, and poems until it blossomed into full time writings. Serious compositions began in October 2014 and up to this day, I’m enjoying the pleasure of blogging.

    My advise.

    Rest your eyes and arms for some time. Respect your body and mind. Give them time for a break by exercising even just for a short period of time. Or take a short nap. They will shell out its full potential.

    My nominees:

    Somali K Chakrabarti – https://prepforum.wordpress.com/category/travel-and-culture/
    Gaeier – Foto Gedichtsband – https://gageier.wordpress.com/
    Ompong – FotoniOmpong – https://photoniompong.wordpress.com/
    Forgotten Meadows – https://forgottenmeadows.wordpress.com/
    theSpiritkeepers – Seeing the Whispers – https://seeingthewhisper.wordpress.com/
    Amit Rahman – https://amitpoetry.wordpress.com/
    Charlypriest – https://charlypriest.wordpress.com/about/
    Incomesco/Jesi – https://jesiwagle.wordpress.com/vision-cooperation-life/
    Dennis Cardiff – https://dcardiff.wordpress.com/2015/08/
    The Reflecting Pool – https://jonathanhilton.wordpress.com/
    tales of an idle teacher – https://talesofanidleteacher.wordpress.com/
    costel – https://naturetravelphotos.wordpress.com/
    Arpita’s travelogue – https://arpitastravelogue.wordpress.com/
    that scribbler – https://thatscribblerat.wordpress.com/
    Janes’ Musings – http://moonworld.co.uk/about/

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