Thank you Tash from Life through Kaleidoscope for Liebster blog award . “I am honoured and happy to get the award from you.”
What is a Liebster Blog Award?
It’s an award to draw attention to blogs that are terrific but have less than 300 followers but deserves a lot more recognition and is all in the spirit of fostering new connections.
Liebster means dearest, favorite or sweetest in German. This award is presented to the blogs which are your favorite, meaning, if you receive this award from a blogger then you are among their favorite blogs.
The Rules for the Liebster Award are:
- Show your thanks to the blogger who gave you the award by linking back to them.
- Reveal your 5 top picks for the award and let them know by linking to their blog.
- Post the award on your blog.
- Bask in the love from the most supportive people on the blogosphere – other bloggers.
- Best of all – have fun and spread all that good blogging karma.
I would like to take this opportunity to award following blogs Liebster blog award. You are not obligated to do anything. This is just my way of showing my appreciation for your blog and letting you know that I love the way they write.
You were the first one to comment on my blog when I started to write so thank you KC for your support. It is really nice to read your view on intercultural relationship and Nepal. Earlier I used to enjoy your writings but these days, being married I can relate to them too. 🙂
I have read almost all the post you had Sharell but I haven’t left many comments. One of the main reasons is that there are usually many comments in that post from fellow bloggers expressing similar views as mine. Anyway, I love the way you write about your life in India as it is incredibly interesting.
I like the way you write and my favourite post so far is “frustrated”. It was so true and straight from the heart. Thank you Amanda for your comments and support. Hope you are enjoying your time with your better half.
I found your blog by chance but I am so glad I did. I just love the wittiness and humour you have in your post Meengma. And your frequent use of Nepali proverbs helps me not to forget them. Keep up the good job.
Your blog is thoughtful and appealing. I can easily relate to your post about migrant and cultural difference. Thank you for your comments and support .Love to hear more from you.