What more wonderful and gratifying way is there than to be nominated for an award by another blogger? So I am very grateful to acknowledge and thank Uzoma, whose writing I greatly admire, for this award. Please read some of his posts and I’m sure you will agree. Here are the rules for accepting this award:
- Show appreciation of the blogger who nominated you and link back to them in your post
- Add the award logo to your blog
- Share 7 things about yourself
- Nominate 5 – 10 or so bloggers you admire
- Contact your chosen bloggers to let them know
- Optional questions (This one I will forego for now to make it easier on everyone!
- I am not technologically gifted. Although I take computer lessons and write prodigious notes by the time I get home I can’t understand what I wrote.
- Holidays are nice in a way, but annoying in another. They force me to stop what I want to do because everything is closed.
- Winter is a wonderful time of year if you can hibernate.
- I love the ballet and was thrilled when my granddaughter danced the lead part of Clara in the Nutcracker this year.
- When a new idea about developing a story pops into my mind, I have achieved my idea of heaven.
- I think of myself as a catalyst; I am very good at getting a conversation started between people and letting them roll with it while I sit back and enjoy the discussion.
- One week from tomorrow begins series 3 of Downton Abbey: how exciting!
Now for the fun part of nominating bloggers I admire.
Bulldog’s Turf: a South African blogger who photographs beautiful birds and unusual animals from his country.
Dreamwalker’s Sanctuary: A spiritual Native American blogger with stimulating, insightful messages.
Food, Photography and France: A delightful post by a gentleman currently living in France writing about all parts of his blog’s title.
Cycling Grandma: Lovely stories, excellent writing about real life experiences.
Persecution of Mildred Dunlap: Touching stories about racist injustices past and present.
- gyslaine: Gys writes in French and English. Beautiful poetry.