I want to bow. I want to sing at the top of my lungs, but I don’t want you to have to listen to my scratchy voice. That wouldn’t be polite, now would it?
Enter christyb, my on-line persona. My gal-pal, my right-hand lady. Well actually she’s both hands. She is me. This is my tenth post so you are getting to know her/I mean me/I mean us.
Enter the awards.
This week, christyb and Poetic Parfait gratefully accept two blogging awards. What a week!
This is christyb I’m smiling.
Thank-you Raymond of Incoming Bytes for nominating my blog for the 7X7 Award!
If I smile any harder perhaps my face will get stuck like this. Isn’t that what my mom used to say when I crossed my eyes as a child? No wait…
Now to follow the rules for accepting the award:
1. Thank the Nominator.
My mom did tell me to thank people when they are nice to me. Thank-you Raymond!
2. Share an in interesting fact about me.
When I was younger my favourite exterior colour for cars was brown. If you are laughing, I am joining you!
3. Share links to seven of my favorite posts from my own blog, categorizing them according to ‘most helpful,’ ‘most underrated’…
This I choose not to do as my blog now has ten posts and I will not pick favorites among them.
4. Nominate seven new bloggers to receive this award.
I have chosen seven great blogs. I personally follow each of them. I am happy to share more than cookies and tea today.
Here are the links:
5. Advise all seven winners of their award. They now have 49 more things to do. Aha there is the explanation of 7X7. I knew those mathematical tables would come in handy.
I’m sending out the seven messages right after I click “publish.”
Miro of the blog Warrior Poet Wisdom has kindly honoured me with the One Lovely Blog Award. Simply put: lovely.
The rules appear open here. I nominate blogs which I believe deserve the award. What a privilege!
Here are links to two of my favorites:
Thank-you to my readers, followers, supporters, and those who are all three. You motivate me to keep writing and keep my head held high.
This is christyb, over, out, and under.