Thanks to Pete at Pecora Nera for passing a blogging award on to me. As I already mentioned to Pete, this is the first award that I have ever received and I am most thankful that he deems my blog to be worthy.
I originally started my blog as a way of me keeping track on what jobs I have to do on my allotment and also keeping a diary of what worked well and what didn’t. I also want to pass on my recycling hints and tips to help prevent unwanted items ending up in landfill. I honestly didn’t anticipate that it would have become as successful as it has. I’m just glad that others who read my posts find them useful and of interest.
So again I thank you Pecora Nera and I highly recommend passing by his blog to see how an Englishman living in Italy gets on with life!
How to nominate a blogger for The 100% Affidabile Blog Award
1. The blog is updated regularly.
2. The blogger shows genuine passion for the topic.
3. The blogger promotes the sharing and the active participation of readers.
4. The blogger provides content and information which is useful and original.
5. The blog is not packed with too much advertising.
1. Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link back to their blog.
2. Add the Affidabile jpg to your blog in a post, widget or page.
3. Explain when and why you decided to start your blog. (See opening paragraph)
4. Nominate 5 other blogs that you think deserve the award.
5. Don’t forget to let your nominees know they’ve won an award.
In keeping with the blogging award rules, I hereby nominate the following five bloggers to receive the same award.
Gaz at lostheplotment – a new allotment holder trying his best to succeed, even under very trying circumstances!
Linda at A Gardeners Table – I love reading her recipes and share her passion for food.
Jean at allotmentadventureswithjean– I’m simply jealous of the heat and sunshine of Australia she talks about! But I also welcome her friendly and supportive comments.
Becca at beccahblog – for sharing my passion with recycling.
Kris and Melissa at Suburban Homestead – the posts and photos always keep me interested in reading more.
Well done to all of the above and remember to pay it forward!