I must, I must, I must improve my bust.
No, that isn't it.
I must take a moment to thank Paul for his "Out of his mind only for a moment" nomination of me, myself and I's blog. I take it he might have had better things to do, but I'll take it.
His blog It was a Dark And Stormy Night is not only named with the line which has never been overused in my own creative writing moments back in the day (Snoopy and I are like "that"), but it is humorous, educational and motivating. His post today (May 8th, 2012, in case years from now we are still reading blogs) also has me contemplating total home cleaning, which will obviously lead to the need to pitch a whole lot o stuff.
The Liebster is a pay-it-forward kind of award, meaning that once you receive the award, you pass it on to others. the rules are as follows:
1. Thank the person that gave you the award in a post on your site
2. Nominate up to five blogs with less than 200 followers
3. Let the nominees know they've won by leaving a comment on one of their posts
4. Add the Liebster image above so all your readers know that you are generally awesome.
I am guessing that 4th one is true as well, but I may never know since I creatively just copied those from Paul's blog.
In the process of coming up with those who fit the criteria, it dawned on me either I don't read much, or what I do read, seemingly everyone else is reading these folks as well. (So this too shall be something I must work on).
So anyhoo... without delaying the proceedings any longer (other than starting this off with "So anyhoo... without delaying the proceedings any longer"), the nominees are:
- Sara Walpert Foster: Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition
- Laird Sapir: Shabby Chic Sarcasm
- Angie Buckner Lay: Motivational Musings
I know there are probably a few million blogs I left out. So if there are others you'd recommend, feel free to add them to the comments. Make it a great day. Now get to reading.
David Stoddard "What I Don't Know"
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