06th of October, 2014
Good evening out there!
Yes, you're seeing it right; this post is written in english!
Today I saw a post on another book-blog about this project; I was curious but also a bit excited/nervous. Maybe I already knew, that I would participate, but I was not sure, so I thought about it some time.
Yes, it's a bit weird to write in english... and to know, that this post is going to be published.
But this - yes, project is a good way to practise and to get confidence in your english. And it's fun, too!
The inventor is Christine from *Books and Cupcakes*, who had this idea while jogging without music (you see, sport is not always bad (but I don't always like jogging... or much sport... only sometimes...)) and every one has the chance to be a part of this idea!
This challenge lasts 3 month, till the 31st of december. The minimum are three posts in this time, the posts can be about whatever you want.
And don't be afraid! My english is not the best, and I know that! It's logical to me, that PONS.de, leo.org or any other translator will be my best friend during this time, and it's also logical to me, that I make many mistakes, but that's okay! Nobody cares, nobody will look at your text and laugh or count the mistakes.
You do this for yourself, to get confidence and to practise.
So, come on! We do this together!:)
I try to blog in british english, but probably it's a mix of different styles.
You can use both banners; the second one I created by myself. The tree has no deep, philosophical meaning, I just wanted some colour; the world and the plane made of paper symbolise that english is a world wide spoken language.
Yeah, that's it! I'm a bit tired, so please excuse some of the mistakes in this post.
I hope that many more bloggers decide to participate!
Good night! <3
p.s. (is it also correct in english??) please take a minute and leave your opinion in a comment under the following post: *NEW HEADER* I'm searching for a new header and I'd like to read more of your opinions.:)