106. Lighten Up My Day

I always wait for the sun everyday when I was a child. I feared that if it does not show up, the night will never stop its darkness. I was afraid of the dark then.

Later on, I felt differently. Enlightened.

The sun is not only good for its warm rays and bright light. It also signifies hope that from the darkness of uncertainties there will come a time that sunshine will usher better days ahead.

Some people are like sunshine. Perhaps, they do not know it but they bring knowledge to others. One of them is theholisticconsultant who nominated me for this award. Please check her June 10 informative post about health so you can read why.


It’s a blogger’s award to a fellow blogger!

For the Sunshine Award the rules are :

1. Display the award logo,

2. Link back to the person who nominated you,

3. State 7 things about yourself, and

4. Nominate 15  other bloggers for the award.

Seven of my favorite things to do online are as follows:

1. Searching (I choose the most weird topics just for the sake of it.)

2. Blogging (A close second and a very rewarding habit.)

3. Photo Editing (Yes, I like photos. Still learning to shoot.)

4. Watching Football (Surprised!)

5. Reading (The Net is one huge library.)

6. Looking for online jobs (No selling, please.)

7. Experimenting (Clicking the mouse is always a risk.)

Here are my nominees for the award:

blogginghands                 gudbyeboredom

reowr                                 hollis plample

tanumoy biswas               hansi’s world

randomblurting                 master procraster

diede thoughts                 bj

bryan mcdonald              vera icanonica

flux and flow                     dreamshadow59

valeriu dg barbu blog

Shine through, guys and gals! Have a nice one. 😀



25 thoughts on “106. Lighten Up My Day

  1. If everyone could be somebody’s sunshine, what a bright world we would live in. Thank you so much for the nomination. I am very honored. 🙂

  2. I would like to thank God for making it possible for me to get this award. I would also like to thank O. J. Simpson for teaching me that you can get away with anything. Last but not least. I would like to thank Chumbawumba for writing the inspiring lyrics, “I get knocked down but I get up again. You never gonna keep me down.” Those words have helped me through some dark places…like caves, dark rooms, and closets. Thank You

    1. I am honored to receive your nomination. Sorry for the late reply. I have some important chores to attend to. I’ll do my part when I finally gain my former schedule.

    1. I am writing the post now for my nomination to the most versatile award. You’re on it. Please wait before the day ends. Our time zone, of course. 🙂

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