The rain has been nonstop here since days ago and I could not be any happier. I love the rain. I love how everything is dim and quiet and cold. It kind of makes me want to just stay in bed and snuggle with my fat cat, Jin. LOL.
I think the rainy season is the perfect time for bonding moments, for long talks and reading books with a wonderful mug of hot choco on one hand and a blanket on the other. Such wonderful days ahead!
I have just finished packing my loot for my wonderful creative swap partner. I am so excited in sending it as much as receiving my own stash. I will be sending it on Friday. I hope my partner will enjoy it as much as I enjoyed preparing it for her.
I actually took a picture of it but I decided not to include it here, leaving my creative swap partner to hopefully post it on her own site.
I have been going around the blogs of the other creative swap participants and I found that a lot have already sent and received their own. I also realized that compared to them, I am embarrassed to call myself creative. LOL. They sew, make their own accessories and toys, heck, I think some even do carpentry!
I think the most creative thing I did was taking care of a fat cat with blue eyes. LOL.
It always gives me so much joy when other people express appreciation of my junk blog. This time around, a lot of thank yous to John for handing me the Kreativ Blogger Award and for the wonderful words.
Prinsesa’s Anatomy (She’s a young nurse and teacher and like me, she loves cats). She is a very skilled writer covering a variety of topics. You’ll see she is very creative in using her cat theme! I absolutely love her blog.
I wonder why the award is spelled with a K though.This also came with a tag, to share seven favorite things and pass this to another seven creative bloggers.
This is the kind of tags I like, the ones that won’t fry my remaining active neurons when I do it. Let’s see. My Asperger’s manifests in these stuff:
- on-line gaming
Now I have seen so many people in the blogosphere that are way, way more creative than I am, and by being so I believe they continue to inspire more and more people to be more passionate about what they do.