The WordPress Family Award

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I was recently given The WordPress Family blog award by Shaun, who made the award awhile back. If you spent just a little while looking at his blog or talking to him on here, you would totally understand why he made this, why he called it what he did, and what it means to him. It’s seriously an honor to be a part of his WordPress family. And I hope all of you know what an honor it is to have you all as a part of mine.

The Rules:

1. Display the award logo on your blog.

2. Link back to the person who nominated you.

3. Nominate 10 others you see as having an impact on your WordPress experience and family

4. Let your 10 Family members know you have awarded them

5. That is it. Just please pick 10 people that have taken you as  a friend, and spread the love

 

Fantastic, isn’t it?

I think so too.

My Ten (And yes, I am going to actually do ten this time):

B

J. Lau

Sam McManus

Author Unpublished

Max Dean

A.J. Burch

Victoria Sawyer

Rosa Sophia

Jack Flacco

Charles Yallowitz

 

Honestly, I could put so many more of you on here, and I probably should.

And seriously? Every interaction that I’ve had with any person on here has been an extremely positive experience that I’ve treasured. Thank all of you for taking your time and choosing to waste a few minutes of it on my ramblings. Thank all of you for taking a few minutes to share your thoughts with me. I appreciate all of you.

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The Best Moment Award

I was nominated for my second blog award a few days ago by John W. Howell (You should check out his blog. He’s got some exciting stuff going on right now book-wise).

And now . . .  *drumroll*

The Best Moment Award!

I don’t know if this one is about some particular moment, or an accumulative collection of moments leading to an excess of awesomeness. I’m just going to assume it’s the latter . . .

THE RULES: (Are much simpler than the last award I received on here, hehe)

1-Winners re-post this completely with their acceptance speech which could be written or video recorded.

2-Winners have the privilege of awarding the next awardees! The re-post should include a NEW list of people, blogs worthy of the award, and winners notify them of the great news.

 

My Acceptance Speech:

(Keep in mind that I’m making this as realistic as I would be while ‘speeching’)

Uhmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Hi?

*clears throat*

Oh, yes. Hello!

*grumbles under breath about the uncomfortableness of being stared at*

*furrows eyebrows and looks down at the grown when she notices the copious amounts of people staring at her*

(Was I talking to myself?)

Thanks for, uh . . . stopping by my blog.

And . . .  uh . . . thanks John for thinking I deserve . . . *clears throat again* a recognition for awesomeness.

I’m gonna . . . Yeah . . . I’m just gonna go now.

(And that, people, is ME in a nutshell)

 

NEXT UP!

I’m not nominating the entire list of people I’m following. There are just too many. So I’m going to pick out a few and call it a day (award-wise).

My Good Friend B

A.J. Burch

 

Okay . . . Seriously?

I tried to find links for like . . . at least three more specific people, but it was just NOT happening.

I would get ‘Page Does Not Exist’ when I KNOW that it does.

Or links that I’m not used to associating with those specific blogs.

I’ve been trying for like half an hour (I’m not kidding). So I’m calling it altogether.

(If you stop by and want the award, by all means – take it. *begins pre-war-battle-speech-voice* LET US NOT BE STINGY WITH OUR AWARDI[eeeee]NG! *end voice* . . . If you think I’m awesome, then you’re awesome. Feel free . . .)

 

If you have this award already go to this link http://www.momentmatters.com/awards/ and download numbers 2, 3, 4 etc. You can download 10.