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My second blogging award....THE QUINTET OF RADIANCE AWARD.

             Hi friends....I am so happy to share this wonderful news with you all...Swathi Shenoy of  Flightless Bird Thoughtful Wings, a fellow blogger, has nominated me for the Quintet of Radiance award for blogging. Thank you, Swathi! It is really an honour and a matter of pride for me. This is the second award a fellow blogger has nominated me for....I hadn't imagined such a moment so soon as a blogger!

Here are the rules:

Display the logo in the post.
Thank the blogger who nominated you and link back.
Using the alphabets describe yourself in a word or a phrase.
Nominate at least a few bloggers.

Describing myself:

A - Artistic
B - Bashful
C - Caring
D - Down to earth
E - Energetic
F - Friend for life
G - Gentle
H - Homebody
I - Idealist
J - Judicious
K - Keen listener
L - Loving
M - Motherly
N - Noble
O - Obedient
P - Polite
Q - Quiet
R - Reader
S - Shy
T - Touchy
U - Understanding
V - Vegetarian
W - Wary
X - Xtremely moody
Y - Yearning to realise my dreams
Z - Zealous ( read. cleanliness freak )

Here are my nominations :



Crimson Curls



     Congratulations to all.....

     Keep blogging...


  1. Congrats! :) Keep it up! And thanks a lot for nominating me!

  2. congratulations shilpa :) It was good to know your a-z qualities :)

  3. Very nice! Thanks for the nomination :) Hearty congratulations to you!

  4. Thank you all for your comments! And congrats to you, too!

  5. congrats :) ! and thanks a lot for nominating me :D !

  6. Thanks a lot again Shilpa! And sorry for the late reply. Broke my laptop LCD, had to sent it for repair! Thanks again! :)

  7. Sorry for the delay, Shilpa. At long last, here is the post, accepting the award:


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