This is my very first nomination for Blogger Recognition Award. I would like to thank Yoshida – san, Japan Insider. I just started my blog and I am very new, so I feel immensely honored to be nominated for this award. Yoshida –san, THANK YOU! ARIGATOU!
I also would like to give thanks to Bonsai –san. She was my very first subscriber, and it was hugely encouraging for me to keep writing my blog. Bonsai –san, I really thank you for coming along at just the right time!
When one is nominated, they should pass on the honor and follow these instructions:
- First, thank the blogger who nominated you and of course provide a link to their blog.
- Reveal your award in a post on your blog.
- Provide a short synopsis on why you started blogging.
- Offer two pieces of advice to bloggers just starting out.
- Share 15 other bloggers whose work you admire and nominate them.
- Note each blog and inform them of you nomination, giving the link to your nomination post.
Why Did I Start my Blog?
I have another blog in Japanese on a Japanese blog site, and I have been posting about Christianity and my commentary in Japanese. Since English is my second language and I am not good at English, I was hesitant to start an English blog. However, I really wanted to share how I was saved in the land which is the “graveyard for missionaries” in Japan by God’s grace. I also wanted to share about Christianity in Japan.
The Blogs Which I Would Like to Nominate for This Award:
Seeking His Light — A lot of Scripture passages and encouragement through God’s Words.
27 Crosses — Very informative for Sunday school teachers. Future missionaries to Czech Republic.
The Reformed Alliance — Explains about modern philosophies and theology through a Reformed perspective.
Kumquat Absurdium — Great writer. She observes and puts things into words artfully.
Moshi, moshi — Missionaries’ blog in Japan.
Rie’s Bento & Cooking — Rie creates yummy Japanese food. Whenever I visit her blog, I get hungry and really miss good Japanese food!
Lost Cynic in Japan — Yorkshireman is an English teacher in Japan. His beautiful photos show an ordinary Japanese lifestyle in a way that makes people want to go to Japan!
Jules Verne Times Two — World travelers. I love their beautiful photos.
H.M.E. Photography – Glorious, stunning photography! Wide-ranging subjects; art and quotes and more.
Thank you! Arigatou!