Hello dear readers!
First of all I want to apologize because I replied so late at the challenge that my dear friend, Akshaya Thalasi tagged me in. I was so caught up with work and daily deeds that I postponed this post for a little bit too long.
Second I want to thank Akshaya Thalasi for the honor of nominating me. It makes me a great pleasure and great gratitude! This is the first time I was nominated for this award, The Awesome Impact Award which is made by Rad Gamer, an awesome blogger in the world of WordPress.
The rules of his AWARD are:
- Tag the person who nominated you;
- Take “The Awesome Impact Award” Picture and add that in your post;
- Talk about an incident that impacted your life in a really positive way;
- Nominate other awesome bloggers for this award.
Okay, so if the two dots are done, we should get to the third one!
The positive incident which impacted my life
I like to think that in life are more positive incidents and that we have to be thankful for them all. But, If I have been nominated for this Awesome Impact Award, I will talk about the positive incident which brought me here, on this very own blog page on which I’m writing my stories.
I remember as if it were yesterday. I was only 10 years old and I had to participate in a play at school. I was named the narrating person, and I had to read a lot of lines.
The hall was full of parents and children and teachers, I was so nervous and I just wanted to finish reading that piece of paper, once and for all.
I had an old colorful dress with folds, my hair was combed and my new shoes were too tight. I looked at the crowd and after that at the paper, everybody was waiting for me to start. I chilled myself at the thought that if I’m going to start reading everything will be over and I could go home.
I started at first, reading with a chill, quiet voice the first row from the paper, mumbling with trembled voice. I stopped looking at the whole people, and put in all my energy and vibe, focused all my emotions on that play.
Slowly, everything was becoming alive, every word written on that piece of paper made sense and my colleagues just played their role as they were told to.
With intonation and a sure voice, I managed to get to finish line but only, the end wasn’t on the paper… it were just dots. The paper wasn’t finished!
I chilled myself at the thought that everything is going to be okay and I made up an end for the play. The persons in the room were amazed and the teachers were looking questioningly at me. „HOW DID SHE?…”
I remember that day a lot of people congratulated me for the talent I had, for the patience and resilience that I showed during the play.
After that I started to wrote small compositions for school, as homework; sometimes I did my colleagues homework too. Not because they asked me to, but because I enjoyed it.
After that I made small notebooks in which I write everyday a little something.
Slowly, I discovered the world of WordPress and the blog. At first I didn’t even knew how to start or what to say. I just, put in my soul, my thoughts and my feelings.
Today I have 7 years since I use this very own Blog in the WordPress world. I can’t say I now it all, I never will… and I am learning every day. The fact which is keeping me come back and write is my passion and you, dear blogger friends and dear readers, and that will never stop. Thank you!
My nominees for the Awesome Impact Award are:
- Delly Ivy
- Hotul de Vise
- Copila cu Zambete
- In a love world
- Rainy shadows
- Future Doctor
In the end I want to thank Akshaya for the kind thought and for nominating me.
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