I don’t like to fail. To be fair, I’ve never heard anyone say that they enjoy failure. Often the fear of failing will keep me from trying something new. As I’ve gotten
older more mature, I’ve realized that the reward for risking failure is learning what I am capable of doing. In June, I faced my fears about writing and began my blog.
It’s ironic that I’ve been given these awards from Dory whose blog , If I Were Brave, is about incorporating more acts of personal bravery into her life. Receiving this award is an affirmation of my bravery – a reward for venturing outside my comfort zone.
Over the past six months I’ve learned that these blogging awards are part Girl Scout badge and part chain letter; something you’ve earned through hard work and something you have to pass along. They don’t come with a book deal, but what they do come with is no less valuable. It’s like getting a gold star sticker from another blogger, only I can’t hang my blog up on the refrigerator to show it off. I’m grateful for each of my readers whether you are a subscriber or just visiting for the day. We all have busy lives and I appreciate the time you take to read and comment. I try to make your visit to Good Humored worthwhile.
These awards give me an opportunity to expand my blogging horizons by introducing me to new blogs and maybe even introducing new readers to my blog. In the hopes that you’ll discover something new, my blogroll has links to blogs that I look forward to reading. Take a peek at them. I’m sure you’ll enjoy reading them too.
If you want to learn 7 facts about me, please visit my post Who Knew for Paprika trivia. I’m not interesting enough to have 14 facts about myself so I have to reuse the same 7.