I want to begin with a humble thank you to Pete Denton for the nomination… I think with so many nominations he should qualify for some kind of an award by now! I would also like to thank the Versatile Blog for creating and maintaining the award!
These are the rules of the award, as listed on the VBA Rules page:
If you are nominated, you’ve been awarded the Versatile Blogger award.
- Thank the person who gave you this award. That’s common courtesy. Include a link to their blog. That’s also common courtesy.
- Next, select 15 blogs/bloggers that you’ve recently discovered or follow regularly, and nominate those 15 bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award. Include a link!
- Finally, say 7 things about yourself.
Seven Things About Me
1. If someone offered me $50,000 to write a book, I’d quit my job in a heartbeat.
2. I am a “mostly” self-taught, classically trained violinist; this year will mark 20 years playing.
3. I love to cook and bake, but I hate cleaning up afterward.
4. I aspire to greatness but usually only get halfway there.
5. I believe communication is the key to solving most problems. And yes, honesty counts.
6. I have always wanted to learn to sing and draw. I can do both but only very ill.
7. I believe humans can do anything we put our minds to. Look at how far we’ve come already!
And the nominations go to…
– Maze a Day, for the constant supply of fresh, cool puzzles
– Nikki Mantyla, for loving, and for teaching others about, writing
– moving in time, for the wonderful reflections about art and life
– Five Reflections, for your amazing Haiku’s
– Postcard Fiction, for wonderful fiction 50 words at a time
– cellar door belle, for the enigmatic poetry and photos
– Albert Sass, to keep writing!
– Sarah Takes Pictures, for the detail to texture
– Photo Nature Blog, for the beautiful birds
– Make Something Mondays, for the originality and creativity
– Niltsi’s Spirit, for the burning skies
– Photo Lord, for the local perspective
– Hoofbeats and Footprints, for the perspective off the beaten track
– SKEdazzles, for the colorful perspective
– Xandré Verkes, for the overall perspective