Saturday, 9 May 2009

Spreading the Cheer

Wow , what a beginning to the day. I was declared as a Blogger Friend by Rads. And then by Aparna.

I am touched ladies.

Here's my list of Blogger friends. They are super bloggers themselves, but above all, they're friends , whom I didn't know before, may have never met, got to know mainly through blogging and who are the epitome of kindness.

In no particular order

Hang - my Chinese blogger friend who writes a nice English blog and is hugely open minded.

Preeti - she doles out the "bubblegums" and "candies" in bagfuls, that I am now addicted to, along with a few hundred others

Reva - the best sense of humour in blogosphere

Jonna - the Swede who writes a superb blog on China from Suzhou

Mark - the Yank, ditto, ditto from Xian

Richard - the most revered laowai blogger from Beijing

Stephanie - Ok Kanmuri, as she prefers, who writes the best researched posts that bring Japan to life even if you haven't been there

le embrouille blogueur - that's a joke ; he's most "un embrouille"; writes beautifully, and has the kindest comments

Adesh - whom everybody will declare as a friend, the most supportive blogger, very well read, passionate about what he writes, and does so much for fellow bloggers

Sandip - the first blogger I knew, who's been blogging for years and continues to thrill, although he's getting lazy.

Chris - the Canadian, who reinforced that even today, in business, there can be a heart.

And then of course

Aparna - the most "touching" of bloggers , who can bring a lump in the throat with a few words

Rads - the most polite and caring of bloggers, who has a nice comment even in your most boring of posts, while her posts are uniformly first rate.

Thanks Aparna and Rads, once again, for your kindness.

And to all ye blogger friends - Yo Ho Ho and a bottle of rum


Hang said...

Ramesh, thank you very much for taking me as one of your blogger friends. It's great to make new friends through blogging. I like your writing and would be happy to learn more about India from you. Learning about coder in India in comparison with China's migrant workers is a great start.

rads said...

Yay!!! thanks Ramesh, this is my 4th award...glad to see you've continued the chain :)

Adesh Sidhu said...

Thanks for such a wonderful introduction. You are an amazing guy who really value his relationships.

Ramesh said...

@Hang, Rads, Adesh, - Raising a glass ...

Mark said...

Thanks a lot, Ramesh.

Really appreciate all the thoughtful comments you're leaving on my blog.

Keep things going strong over here. Like Hang said, I'm painfully ignorant of India. Hearing things from an Indian perspective is really enlightening to me.

Preeti Shenoy said...

Wow! Thanks for the mention. Some of the blogs you mention here sound very interesting.
Must check out.

Aparna said...

thanks Ramesh... very thoughtful

Ramesh said...

@Mark, Preeti, Aparna - Raising a glass to you

le embrouille blogueur said...

Ramesh ... thanks so very much for your kindness and compliments. You have wiped out the Sunday before Monday morning "blue".Regards.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the award :D It's always a pleasure to read your comments!

Ramesh said...

@blogueur, kanmuri - Cheers

lafemmereva said...

Many Thanks!!! Im honored!!!

Cheers to you too mate!!! me will email u...been a bit under the weather!

Ramesh said...

Cheers reva. Get well soon.

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