I went to my blog stats for the first time in almost a month and was shocked to see that people stopped in everyday to read, yet I’ve not written a thing since Are you my Mother?
How wonderful to discover while I was away juggling, that I’d been nominated by a lovely fellow blogger, Ellie, for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award. I am honored and thank her so much for thinking of me. Please check out her amazing blog by clicking on her name or going to newcreationsministries.wordpress.com
I find these types of awards a wonderful way to share more of my blogging friends’ blogs, and honestly they make me feel just a bit shy, but I want to accept this one and nominate others so you can read their blogs, too. If you do nothing, please, please check out these blogs.
Here are the simple rules for participating:
1. Thank the blogger who nominated you, linking back to their site.
2. Put the award logo on your blog.
3. Answer the ten questions sent to you.
4. Nominate ten blogs, notify them.
Here are Ellie’s questions for me:
Would you rather win an Oscar, Pulitzer, Nobel or other award? Why? (Ellie, this is technically two questions, just sayin’.)
Quite honestly, I am not an award kind of girl. I think I just would like to write something that will be remembered, that will earn a place in my readers’ hearts. I’m no fun at the award thing. Pooh.
What would be your dream job?
I feel that all the jobs I’ve had have fulfilled something deeply in me, and I’m grateful, but for sometime in the future, I would love a job where I could bring Eugene with me. That’s what I pray for, I hate leaving him everyday.
What characteristics describe your husband, or significant other (or wife, in my friend’s Mike’s case)?
Honesty, grace, funny, interesting, earnest, loving, softie, loves love stories, hunky, faithful, courageous, provider, strength… Hmm. I need more space to list everything.
What’s your favorite place to vacation?
Anywhere with my guy, but if it’s by a body of water, it’s even better. With our besties? Even better!!!
With my twinse and me? Shut up, it’s awesome. It’s not the place, it’s the people, people!
What’s your greatest skill?
The ability to make order from chaos.
What was your first car?
Blue ’62 Chevy with no radio and no heat, but it could pack in like 20 high school kids at lunchtime and cart us to the local burger joint in the small town we grew up in (before seatbelt laws, natch.)
What were you like in high school?
I was an energetic, cheerleading, sensitive dreamer.
Have you met a celebrity? Who? (Another two-fer)
When we were on Maui, we were eating at Roy’s and I went to use the restroom. There in the middle of the restaurant was a table filled with a bunch of people, including little kids who were scattered about. In the midst was a man who looked like Rob Reiner, but he looked much thinner.
When I got back to our table after they had left, I told my hubby and he wouldn’t believe me! Then, we saw a copy of People Magazine, and it showed Rob Reiner and an article on his weight loss. Neeener neener to my hubby. That’s the closest I’ve come, I think, aside from Jack NIcklaus at the Western Open in 1981. Be still my heart.
Have you been on television?
This would be my biggest nightmare. I choose writing for the anonymity and control of it, but there was once a show that featured the chocolate shop where I work, and I was briefly shown boxing some chocolates.
What historical person would you like to invite to dinner?
Jesus. I’d love to wash his feet with my essential oils, make him a lovely meal, and have a good long chat.
My nominees are:
Sandy, my favorite gal blogger buddy, at http://foundthispaintedthat.com/ She’s found it and she’s painted it and she will inspire you!
Laurie We B Late at http://laurieoconnorstephans.com My ironic, funny writing friend.
My brave, beautiful niece, Laura at seekingthestill.com
Jan at http://cookbookexperiment.com My sweet cuzzie can cook.
Elin Janne at elinjanne.com Eline’s blog is worth the looksee with her amazing photography and journaling.
Monika (or Sam, whomever shows up at the computer) at tailsaroundtheranch.wordpress.com Compassionate companions.
Mike (even though he’s a man, his blog, life, and friendship are so inspirational that I need to nominate him for an award so that if you happen upon this blog, you will at least read his!) at http://mikebcblog.com/
Daphne at grievinggumdrops.com Daphne’s blog is poignant and beautiful and all about sorrow, faith and character.
Elaine at http://thehometownrookie.blogspot.com Read all her “rookie” blogs. Just so much inspiration packed into a little Jewish ball of fire.
And Blogger newbie Wendy, who is just starting on her journey in blogland. https://constructiveconflict.wordpress.com/
And that’s a wrap.