The very Inspiring Blogger Award

very-inspiring-blogger award

I was very pleasently surprised to be nominated for the “Very Inpiring Blogger” Award from an even more inspiring blog: “Words We Women Write“. Thank you! Please check out their many interesting articles and thought provoking photographs here: site

The rules of this award are:

1. Thank the person who nominated you and add a link to their blog.

2. Display the award on your post.

3. List the award rules so your nominees know what to do.

4. State 7 things about yourself.

5. Nominate 15 other bloggers for the award.

6. Contact your nominees to let them know you have nominated them. Provide a link to your post.

7. Proudly display the award logo (or buttons) on your blog, whether on your side bar, ABOUT page, or a special page for awards.


7 things about me:

1)      I believe most words are animate life-like beings that have a face and a tongue. Consider words such as epiphany, torrential, drizzle, cacophony, saucy, putrid, and colorful. The mere mention of these words brings to mind a vision of their meaning. It’s like they magically conjure up and speak their meaning out.

2)      I have too many hobbies and have ignored them for too long. All that is going to change this year.

3)      I enjoy reading and learning and truly mourn the closing of so many wonderful bookstores around me. I have nothing against digital eBooks but nothing compares to the joy of being able to curl up to a book with a nice cup of tea.

4)      I am a novice writer, and am hoping to learn from other more serious bloggers. So please share your constructive criticism.

5)      I love all things beautiful; photography, works of literature, art and food!

6)      While I have always loved my parents, the older I have gotten, the more I have grown to appreciate them. Thanks Mom and Dad for being so perfectly you!

7)      I believe in conspiracy theories and stories of all kinds. If you have a good story to tell, you have an audience in me for life.



These are the Bloggers I admire, and am delighted to nominate:

1) Greg Urbano

2) Processing the life

3) ABozdar

4) Evelyn Holingue

5) Oh Danny Boy

6) Twenty Thirteen

7) Shannon A. Thompson

8) Feet From Shore

9) Why Evolution is True

10) Chronicles of an Anglo-Swiss

11) Florian Deutsch Fotografie

12) Without an H

13) Adventures in Home Improvements

14) ARCH diary 

15) All thoughts work

14 thoughts on “The very Inspiring Blogger Award

  1. Dear All – If you are trying to figure out how to display the award on your panel (I was clueless myself), then here are the steps you want to follow:

    Click on the sponsor page (mine)
    So for example: click on Very Inspiring Blogger
    Now click on the actual Award image (it immediately opens up another page with just the image, leave it open)
    Open another tab to your blog
    Now go to your Dashboard. Appearances. Widgets.
    Scroll down and look for the “image” widget and drag it to the right panel of dashboard
    Place your cursor on the name image and click to open it
    Widget title, (first block) type in Very Inspiring Blogger (name of the award)
    Copy and paste the URL from the image that you opened from
    Paste that URL into the second widget block that says “image URL” Press save.
    Now go to your blog and refresh, it should be there.

  2. Some parents are not as fortunate as your parents. You thanking them and appreciating them makes a world of difference.
    It is nice knowing you and I am glad you stopped by. Thank you.

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