I was nominated for three awards in the month of June! Any of you who have been following my blog for any length of time at all already know how difficult it is for me to follow the rules of the awards. I’m still the same, sorry! However, I will be trying to follow the rules of one of them, the earliest one, from way back on June 4th ~ sort of following the rules, anyway, and all because I waited so long to acknowledge that one. That one will be coming later on today. 🙂 For the later two, which happened within a day of each other, I want to at least acknowledge with gratitude the two people who were kind enough to think of me. It’s important to me to do this because it all means that for just a split second someone somewhere in the world, whom I’ve never even met in person, thought of me. And that’s a truly wonderful thing.
I was nominated for The Versatile Blogger Award by K.P. Karoline at FeelThinkSay. K.P. Karoline is a young woman who writes beautiful words from her heart. I hope you will visit her wonderful blog. Thank you K.P. Karoline for nominating me!
I was nominated for The Very Inspiring Blogger Award by Amy at 2me4art. Amy photographs creativity, art, and little stories of life. Please take a look at the wonderful photos at Amy’s blog. Thank you Amy for your nomination!

3 thoughts on “Awards

  1. Carol Welsh says:

    And one way to look at this is that I’m nominating back the two people who nominated me in the first place, but I’m sparing everyone the list of “random things about me.”…which, in my case, is all pretty boring. 🙂

  2. Deb Platt says:

    Congratulations to you on your bountiful harvest of awards. 🙂 I must confess that “random things about me” would be boring in my case, but I suspect that you are just being modest.

    • Carol Welsh says:

      Thank you Deb, I’m really grateful when people take the time to think of me with an award…I just wish I could be better in getting back to people and following the rules. I work from home… A LOT. The award that I passed on to you didn’t have the requirement of “random things about me.” We’re lucky on that one I guess. 🙂

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