Fellow Blogger GALACONSTANTA at her beautiful and inspiring MEMYSELFANDELA blog has nominated me for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award.
When I started my blog few years ago it was thinking in this award. Besides my only wish and reward was and will always be to give some of my feelings and states of mind to others. In a world that is mostly numb, showing feelings might be an act of bravery. But still, I believe that without feelings we loose our humanity.
Writing about nominated fellow Bloggers and me, someone writes:
“Here are my nominations for some of the blogs I have been following (and love) since February of 2012. These nominees are all worthy of recognition for their creativity on sites with personalized looks into their intricate worlds!!”
I thank GALACONSTANTA for her friendship and kind appreciation of my posts and for sharing her captivating experiences, wonderful photos and brilliant poetry. Her site is well worth a visit. You can find her beautiful world at (she says that is crap…):
…I have dedicated my last 15 years to working plus another 18 or so, so I know (but I still learn so much about!!! ) the value of human disconnecting and bad feelings, yeah! I was married twice. I have a passion for everything that means communication – so I learned several foreign languages in the past 30 years.
…I love pottery. Pottery was and will always be the core of my soul.
…Love is a religion and I believe in no good.
…I cannot live without music, but I really try.
…I love all forms of art, in my spare time I do enjoy Trailer Park Boys.
…I grew up close to animals, my family, and I always escape of my roots.
…I’m not Romanian, I’m not Algerian, I’m not German, I’m not Italian, I’m not Serbian, I’m not Macedonian, I am Spanish, I’m not Indian, sorry for my French, I’m not Greek, I’m not British, I am all that I love and all that I speak and my heart stays in every corner of South Park that I have ever seen on TV.
And now my nominations… It was so easy to choose them! I think the nominees are keeping up the incommensurable value of communication and freedom, sharing ideas and experiences to better the world we live in, y Ole!
In the “Diula” language in Mali, the term « dugutigui » (chief of the village), literally translated, means: «owner of the village»; «dugu» means village and «tigui», owner. Probably the term is the result of the contraction of «dugu kuntigui» (literally: chief of the village).