So, I get this comment on my previous post from Jennifer, over at A Creative Exercise blog, telling me she's awarding me The Versatile Blogger honor.
I always knew I was versatile, I just didn't want to brag...*ahem*.
Anyway, a big 'thank you' to Jennifer and go check out her blog. It's pretty versatile, as well.
Now, when you get this award, you're supposed to do a few things....and they are:
- Thank the person who gave it to you, which is only the courteous thing to do, and link back to their blog (see above for Jennifer's link).
- Write seven random facts about yourself.
- Nominate seven other bloggers for the award
Seven Random Facts:
- Everyone always tells me I have an amazing recall of actor's names and roles they've played.
- As a child, my dad tried to keep me from being left handed so he'd take things out of my left and put them in my right hand. The effect was, I now do some things with my left (write, eat, bowl, play tennis) and some with my right (throw, swing a bat). See, told you I was versatile...
- My mom says I taught myself to read, before I entered kindergarten, by watching Sesame Street and Mr. Roger's Neighborhood.
- I once did a L.A.R.P. (Live Action Role Play) at a game convention with Bruce Campbell, where he reprised his role as Brisco County Jr.
- To this day, I'll swear I saw President Gerald Ford at La Guardia Airport, when we returned from overseas. I was seven at the time.
- I started drinking coffee when I was around 10 years old.
- I was 42 when I got married for the first time....so, it's true, 42 is the answer to the Ultimate Question of Life.
The Seven Bloggers
- Jennie Vongvith over at Misadventures of a Geeky Spinster.
- Jeffrey Beesler's World of the Scribe
- Sara Rios at RiosFan
- Rachel Desilet's Coffee and Cigarettes
- Jaime Cooper
- Terence Towles Canote over at A Shroud of Thoughts
- Shen Hart at Ink Stained Pawprints
All very worthy and versatile blogs to check out.
Once again, a big 'thank you' to Jennifer for the consideration and, everyone out there,.....keep writing.