Cricket Muses on The Versatile Blogger Award
Artsyarchitette brightened my day with The Versatile Blogger Award. Being fairly new to blogging, I naturally am amazed to even be noticed among the thousands of bloggers out there, and then again secretly I’m basking in the glory of the moment because I really work hard at making each post special.
So here is the award:
And here is my 7 facts:
1. dark chocolate
2. Mozart preferably
3. Summer, not winter
5. DVD, unless there’s a strict no phones policy
6. Audrey Hepburn
As to the 15 bloggers. Mmm, fudgeitfudgy, here’s 5 for now:
In researching the award I have discovered there is definitely a split opinion roaming around. Some say they are just a chain letter of sorts, and others say celebrate and pass on the love. I’m a bit in the middle. I’ve done most of the award requirements, and hope the award police won’t yank it off my site since I’ve only 5 instead of 15 nominates.
What is your opinion of these awards?
A. lovely bits of affirmation
c. more work than glory
d. somewhere in between
Anyway, I’m pleased and happy and more than willing to pass on the love
P.S. This marked my 30th posting–is there a connection? Do I get an iPad with my 50th?
Thank you for the nomination! I actually have already received this award, but it’s so kind of you to think of me in conjunction with this award! You can check out my facts here: http://poetrybytheclueless.wordpress.com/2012/02/14/the-kreativ-blogger-and-versatile-blogger-awards/
Also, congratulations on getting the award yourself; you definitely deserve it 🙂
And I think that these awards are definitely A) lovely bits of affirmation, especially because the first time you get one, you just feel so proud and happy about your blog and yourself.
Congrats on being double nominated! I read over your facts and oddly enough I’ve thought about shaving my head at times. I remember reading an article when Sigourney Weaver shaved hers for a movie role. Brave stuff….
Thank you for nominating me, CricketMuse! I’m flattered and congrats on getting this award yourself! 🙂
Congratulations on the award – and while it seems that the answer is A) lovely bits of affirmation…
I must say that the work of blogging is mostly anonymous lonely hours of keyboarding and mousing. So getting some recognition makes it much easier to keep going!
I agree–blogging can be work, yet it is oh so satisfying. I go with choice A, mostly.