Elliptical Machines and Lovely Bloggers

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I tagged along a few friends from the karate school to exercise/work out at some gym today.  It was pretty productive.  I realized how elliptical machines totally pwn treadmills.  After that, we went into the room above and did some karate.  It was funny how some people watched through the windows.

Ah.  Too bad I love to eat.

In other news, I was awarded by Erin from A Beatnik’s Beat on Life the “One Lovely Blog Award.”

One Lovely Blog

I didn’t even know these award thingies even existed, so I’m glad that I received it.  Thanks you, Erin!  The rules are as follows:

Accept the award by posting it on your blog, along with the name of the person who awarded it to you and his/her blog link.  Then, pass the award to fifteen blogs that you have newly discovered.  Remember to contact the bloggers to notify them that they got the award.  Have fun with these.

I then award the following blogs:

  1. Stuff Asian People Like – I really like reading this blog because often times, I find myself nodding to some of the “Asian tendencies” that the bloggers point out in their posts.
  2. 365 Project – Stefanellie!  Just hang on!  Project 365 will become routine eventually!
  3. Tess’s Japanese Kitchen – I love food.  I love Japanese food, and one day, I will cook all of these dishes.
  4. The Informal Matriarch – I literally stumbled upon this blog a few weeks ago.  I’m not a mother, but nothing beats the love a mother gives her child.  And who doesn’t like love?
  5. I Heart Film – The photographs on my blog pale in comparison to the ones in this blog.  In fact, mine not only pale, but also disintegrate into nothingness.  When I get a professional camera, Chris Tisdale is definitely someone to look up to.
  6. jumbled writings – A blog by Kaia that I very recently discovered.  I haven’t gotten to reading many of her posts, but I’ll get there!  She made some references about some Swedish artists, which I’ve been a little curious about.
  7. jeiemji | anomaly – The photographs on her blog create a very nice atmosphere.  I wish that she would continue to post soon!
  8. The Brownie Project – I love brownies.  ’nuff said.
  9. 365 Days to Remember – Michaels’ been fervently keeping up with Project 365 almost as long as I have, despite having only his camera phone most of the time.  Keep it up!  You should get a battery for your camera soon.
  10. Weird Thriftshop Finds – What an incredibly witty site.  I’m looking forward to their new posts.  Read the captions!
  11. Drink a Toast to Me – Tram has always impressed me with her incredibly writing ability, but now it comes with toppings of nice photographs, arranged in a magazine sort of layout.
  12. How does your garden grow?A well-thought out title for Mary.  I like reading blogs of other high school students, especially if they’re not from around my area.  It lets me see how things are in other parts of the world, eh?
  13. Epiccrush’s Blog – “This blog is where I spazz about my kpop obsessions and thus, that’s what you’ll be expecting to read here.”  Good enough for me.
  14. Mental Bite – The stories here are really nice.  Like he says, you’ll find yourself coming back to them.
  15. Culture kills… wait, I mean cutlery – Now I have to admit that I just found this blog because I realized I only had 14 blogs on the list, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that…the blog is green!  And green’s my second favorite color.  I swear I’ll be reading the stuff here soon!  (Not out of obligation but because they do seem interesting)  Matthew, you believe me, right? Right?

Well, there you go.

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5 Responses to “Elliptical Machines and Lovely Bloggers”

  1. marythecontrary Says:

    Thanks for the award! =D

  2. *im late*
    AWESOME! Thanks for the award 😀

  3. weirdthriftshopfinds Says:

    I am honored!! Thank you so much! I am glad you like the captions 😀 They are fun to think up. Take care!
    Ashely C, WTF

  4. […] list for more than a fortnight, never quite getting around to finishing it. And then Jeremy from 365,000 words (I think, that’s what his header image says!) gave me what’s referred to as a One […]

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