Starting the new year of 2019 with a nomination tag from the ever-so-lovely Irina! Irina writes great posts and is super duper friendly. She’s like sunshine, honestly. #PositivityQueen
This is the first nomination tag I’ve ever received and I’m excited to participate in our ani-blogger community with it. I think the last time I’ve ever done tags before this year was in high school over on Facebook… Ugh, so long ago.
Anyway, without further ado, let’s get into it!
Here are the rules:
“This may seem like a bit of an odd award but I think it’s so important to tell the people closest to us how much we care about them, and in a world that is so full of hate and division, it’s the little things we do that can help make a big impact – so go tell someone you love them!
This award isn’t compulsory by any means but if you decide to take part, it would mean the world to me. I wonder if there will ever be a day when I’m scrolling through WordPress Reader and I see the Blogging Chum Award floating around on other blogs!”
- Be sure to use the award image!
- List the rules & about paragraph!
- Thank whoever nominated you!
- Write a letter to someone who means a lot to you to spread some positivity around the Internet – anyone will do!
- Nominate 5 more people for the award and go let them know about it in their comments!
I’m going to cheat and write a little love letter:
To all the great ani-bloggers I’ve spoken to and have become acquainted with since the beginning of this blog of mine,
Thank you for noticing my blog and taking interest into my work. As I also kinda mentioned, this blog was meant to be a way for me to practice my writing and share my love for anime, manga and anything related to these two art forms.
I’m greatly self-conscious when it comes to writing to the point where I am afraid to show others (whether it’s friends, acquaintances and coworkers) my work for fear of being ridiculed for poor writing, and so your continued support is freaking fantastic!
I’m happy to know and read the works of such talented, passionate and kind individuals who care about anime and manga (and etc) as much as I do (or maybe even more). It’s always exciting to see all of your creativity, ideas and opinions in your work and in our conversations thus far. I hope to speak more with everyone, whether it’s directly through the comments section or Twitter and any other social media, and become closer too!
Thank you all for being so welcoming to a self-conscious
(potato) writer like me.
Cheers to the new year of 2019! May our successes and experiences lead us to even greater heights and happiness! Leggo’ fam!
And to end this post, I’m tagging you all:
And check out the works of all the above, if you haven’t already!