Thank you MEWHOAMI so much for this nomination. The word versatile means moving easily between tasks, changeable , according to Webster’s Dictionary. I’d like to think I’m a versatile writer/blogger, but the truth is I’m learning. I accept this award and will work hard to live up to it. Thank you again : http://mewhoami.wordpress.com. Reading MEWHOAMI’s blog reminds me of springtime. Her genuine thoughts and feelings are a breath of fresh air. She captivates her readers. Please visit her site, you’ll be delighted!
For this award, there are some rules to follow. They are:
. Thank the person who gave you this award. That’s common courtesy.
. Include a link to their blog. That’s also common courtesy — if you can figure out how to do it.
. Next, select 15 blogs/bloggers that you’ve recently discovered or follow regularly.
. Nominate those 15 bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award — then notify them of their nomination
. Finally, tell the person who nominated you 7 things about yourself.
Literally hundreds and hundreds of bloggers are deserving of this award. The ones who have touched my heart and I’ve been able to read (in my spare time) and enjoy their posts are:
Now to the challenge, the fifth rule for acceping this award is to tell seven things about myself to the one who nominated me.
l. I enjoy watching and caring for my cat Snoopy, he’s fun.
2. I like swimming and walking. Waiting for warm weather to STAY here in Texas.
3. I like old movies, like Mother, something we have in common!
4. I love looking up at the night sky …it has so many stories it covers!
5. I’d be a couch potato if I could, love to watch netflix movies!
6. The hardest hat I’ve ever worn is caregiver …flying by the seat of my pants!
7. Again …you’ve humbled me …thanks for the award!
To my nominees – Please know that you are not obligated to pass this award on to others. However, I am sure that they would appreciate the gesture just as much as I did when I was nominated. Either way, I hope that this post will bring to you new readers and the acknowledgement that you deserve.
Again thanks to all who step into Alzheimer’s Trail and travel with us, especially MEWHOAMI for giving me this award, and sharing our whispers in time.