It seems a couple of great fellas, Mike Schulenberg and M. G. Edwards, think I’m deserving of The Versatile Blogger Award! I’m so not deserving but I’ll gladly accept and I thank you both for thinking of me! As with other awards, there are rules to follow and I’ve just followed the first two: Thank the nominator(s) and link back to their blogs.
The next part is the hardest part: Listing other bloggers to give this award to. Now, there seems to be a discrepancy in the number of bloggers to award. Some say 7, others 15 and, well, who really knows? The list I made is a list of bloggers I enjoy – Maybe they already have this award or don’t want it at all – in either case, their names are emboldened below for the world to see (I might be a little delusional over my following but I love each and every one).
Finally, I’ve been tasked with telling 7 things about myself. I thought, hey, this won’t be hard but then I started wondering – What does anyone really want to know about me? I’ll give it a shot:
1. I live in a VERY rural area where it is possible to get a hair cut, go to the post office, run to the grocery store and be home within an hour. At said locations, it is likely one will see familiar or even the same faces at each stop.
2. My favorite flower is the peony. I absolutely think they are so beautiful! My least favorite flower is the traditional red rose.
3. I love the city of Memphis. I lived downtown there for a while and enjoyed it immensely. It feels alive to me and very rhythmic.
4. I didn’t realize until later in life that I don’t mind snakes so much – even have a pet one named Bones.
5. I’d rather have empty journals to write in than jewelry to wear.
6. I regularly enjoy dark chocolate and eat it with popcorn and even in my oatmeal for breakfast (with peanut butter and a little sugar, naturally).
7. I’m so NOT a morning person – I should come with a warning label in this regard.
So, please feel free to share your favorite city, something you can’t live without or offer any random fact about yourself you’d like ‘the world’ to know…And thanks again to Mike Schulenberg and M.G. Edwards for being so kind to me…