Wednesday, 22 April 2009

Noblesse Oblige Award



Oh, my goodness! An award! And I haven’t got an acceptance speech prepared …

SquirrelQueen at The Road To Here has very kindly given When I am Rich the Noblesse Oblige Award.

I only discovered SquirrelQueen about 6 weeks ago but I immediately became a fan. I enjoy her thought-provoking Thoughts For The Day, glimpses of her life, and her photos that have inspired me to put Alaska on my ‘must visit one day’ list.

Here is what the award is all about –

The recipient of this award is recognized for the following:

1) The Blogger manifests exemplary attitude, respecting the nuances that pervades amongst different cultures and beliefs.
2) The Blog contents inspire; strives to encourage and offers solutions.3) There is a clear purpose at the Blog; one that fosters a better understanding on Social, Political, Economic, the Arts, Culture and Sciences and Beliefs.4) The Blog is refreshing and creative.5) The Blogger promotes friendship and positive thinking.

The Blogger who receives this award will need to perform the following steps:

1) Create a Post with a mention and link to the person who presented the Noblesse Oblige Award.
2) The Award Conditions must be displayed at the Post.3) Write a short article about what the Blog has thus far achieved – preferably citing one or more older post to support.4) The Blogger must present the Noblesse Oblige Award in concurrence with the Award conditions.5) Blogger must display the Award at any location at the Blog.

What has When I am Rich achieved so far? Well, when I began with the first post about my Dream Garden I felt like a very, very small fish in the vast ocean of blogging. I didn’t know if anyone would ever find my blog let alone bother to read, leave comments and even follow it. But the response I have received in such a short time has certainly been encouraging. My blog is simply a list of my personal daydreams and I don’t take them too seriously but, in the words of John Lennon, it’s good to know I’m not the only one!


I am passing the Noblesse Oblige Award to:

1) Jean’s musings
Jean is a busy person! Her blog is a mixture of posts about her freelance writing career, home life and travels. I admire her talent for summing up her life in haiku.
2) FoodThirsty
Nicole gives us recipes, food facts, cookery tips and her own entertaining thoughts on all things edible and drinkable. Something to suit everyone’s taste.
3) Here It Goes
Mrssmith hasn’t been blogging long but her sense of humour shines through.
4) Career Changing in the Credit Crunch
Afternoon Tea Break is recording her experiences of giving up a secure career to start a new and more fulfilling way of life. And she’s hoping to help others who have the same dream.

6 comments:

Christine said...

YHEA!!!!!!!!!!! Happy Bounce!!!!!!
Congratulations - you ROCK!

And thank you for the new blogs to read!

jakill said...

Congratulations Linda, and thanks for passing me this very special award. I feel honoured indeed. I will have to deal with it next week as I will be travelling again tomorrow.

MzzLily said...

Congrats! You deserve an award. I love your blog. And thanks for introducing me to the others...

SquirrelQueen said...

Hi,
Thank you for the kind words about my blog. You are most deserving of this award, I love reading your posts.
And thanks for bringing some new blogs to our attention.
SQ

Afternoon Tea Break said...

Yay!!!! Thank you ever so much for the award - you are so kind! I shall definitely be posting it on my blog very soon :-)

Thanks for your post, by the way - and it wasn't trite at all. I'm really glad to be following you and congratulations to your good self on winning the Nobless Oblige award, it's well deserved! Happy St Georges' Day by the way :-)

MzzLily said...

I know you've just received the prestigious Noblesse Oblige Award, but I still felt compelled to pass along the Neno's Award to you! I so much enjoy your blog and wanted you to enjoy the recognition!

Please stop by my blog, http://www.lillianrobinson.com to pick up your award.

Thank you for sharing your views.