Wednesday, March 27, 2013

REALITY AWARD


I stopped by my buddy, Mark Mean's blog,  Left and Write, and was surprised to find he passed this award on to me. Not to brag, but this is the reason he listed for giving me this nifty badge: "Always upbeat and positive and a real pleasure to read." Wow, I'll take that! Thanks, Mark! I guess it would be rude for me to spend this whole post congratulating myself, so I suppose I'll follow the directions that came with this award. Now I'll answer some questions and pass this high honor onto three other bloggers, who'll then do what I'm doing now. Get it? Got it? Good. Here goes...


1. If you could change on thing, what would it be? Every kid in the world would live in a loving home.

2. If you could repeat an age, what would it be? None of them, I don't want to slow down my progress to where I'm going.

3. What one thing really scares you? SPIDERS!!! EEK! I can't tell you how many times I've almost crashed my car because a little spider decided to drop in and say, "Hi!" while I was driving down the road.


Well, that was easy breezy. The hard part was choosing three bloggers to keep it going, but I'm confident I made the right choice. I think you'll all agree.

For her honesty, excitement, and kindness, I'm passing the award to Rena, better known as, Doctor Faerie Godmother,

And to a woman, who should start her own comedy tour, Cathy Olliffe, over at life on the muskoka river
Last but not least,  I'm passing this award to a brilliant guy, who I'd totally love to trade brains with, 
Give these guys a hand and drop in on them unannounced. There's no telling what you'll catch them doing.
Until next time, happy writing or whatever makes you smile. :)

19 comments:

  1. Ah, Thanks for the award!

    And I think your answers are great. I really wish there was a healthy, happy home for every child, too, so I really hear you there. I'm close with someone who sees a lot of child abuse, and it's just heart breaking.

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  2. You're welcome! I love your blog, so it's only fitting!

    Yeah, just one case is too much, and there's way more than that going on in the world. It's sad to think how much we're clueless about--how many kids it just becomes the norm for.

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  3. Then I won't even tell you that in our house, I catch and release spiders.
    Congratulations on the award!

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    1. I'm kind of jealous, lol. Maybe one day, I'll conquer my fear. Thanks! :)

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  4. Well congratulations on your award! I don't like spiders either. They make me emit girly screeing noises.

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    1. Thanks, Julie!

      Glad somebody else gets all crazy at the site of spiders, too. They make me nuts!!! :)

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  5. Snakes. Snakes freak me out. I've come to see that people are either snake or spider people. I'm a snake :)

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    1. I'm not a huge fan of snakes, but they don't frazzle me as bad as spiders. You're right though, people are usually one or the other. :)

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  6. What a positive attitude to never look back! Why am I not surprised? :)

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  7. You turn your back for a minute in this game and look what happens... ( I got on a plane so I'm slow).

    Thanks you so much! Very kind. I love your answers.

    I would however like to have a redo on the Victorian era. Vicky needed to loosen up a bit. Somebody buy her a drink. And that dress - what's with that?

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  8. Ha! And this is why I picked you! I don't think I could ever get tired of reading your words, Jack! :)

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  9. Great, upbeat, answers...why am I not surprised? :)

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  10. Hey Mark!

    Thanks again! It's funny because if somebody else had given me this award, I would've passed it to you. I'm so glad I bumped into you on the net. :)

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  11. Oh, thank you so much Celeste! It really means a lot to me. And Mark made a great choice with you!!!! ox

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    1. Thanks Cathy! I love your blog! You always make me laugh, even on the worst days. :)

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  13. Excellent answers! The world would be a much better place if children could all grow up in a loving environment.

    Also, spiders freak me the hell out.

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    1. Hey Misha!

      It'd be a different world for sure.

      And if all the spiders in the world died, I'd have a big party, lol. :D

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