My Lovely Blog

Earlier this month, I was Graced with an award. I was then subsequently Monicaed with another award.

My humble thanks to Lovely Bloggers Grace Motley (whom you should follow on Twitter as @gracecrone) and Monica Marier (whom you should ALREADY be following on Twitter as @lil_monmon.) The rules for the award are:
1. Accept the award, post it on your blog together with the name of the person who has granted the award and his or her blog link.
2. Pass the award to 15 other blogs that you’ve newly discovered.
3. Remember to contact the bloggers to let them know they have been chosen for this award.
I'm always happy to see that my little scribblings here are finding homes in readers' brains. Or rather, in their minds, since getting a blog lodged in your brain would probably hurt like hell, even if you were reading it on an iPad. Then it would be cool AND painful. Much like me.

Where was I?

Oh, right, I was about to disappoint you.

The rules up above say that I'm supposed to pass the award on to 15 newly discovered blogs. Alas, I cannot comply, as I don't have 15 newly discovered blogs to award it to. My blog reading has been severely curtailed of late, due to the demands of cleaning up the oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico.

I'm just kidding. That's only a metaphor for busy life stuff. It only FEELS like I'm having to slog through mud, marsh and mosquitoes wearing heavy boots and two layers of Tyvek under a blazing sun in order to singlehandedly deal with an endless flood of toxic, sticky filth.

But let me not wallow in allegory.

Instead, I will leave you with this, a celebration of all of you, my lovely readers. Thank you for reading!

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  1. Aw thanks for the kudos, T-dawg. You really did deserve this award. : )

  2. Likewise, my man, thanks. And you are completely deserving of this and many others awards. :)


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