Thank you Pat Riley, for nominating me for the
I’m honoured to be part of that community for my relatively new blog of heart warming true stories.
Shaun Gibson, who nomintated Pat, started this award because of how the WordPress family has taken him in, cared and showed him love.
Pat’s Blog, Plain Talk and Ordinary Wisdom are stories she shares around a kitchen table. She sounds just the person I’d like to have a chat with over tea and biscuits or maybe indulge in a piece of homemade cake, but she’s certainly a listener and her posts are full of those,
‘ah, I know what she means’ moments.
For the award, Shaun has given below a few quick and easy rules to follow. I hope you enjoy this post and have as much fun reading and checking what other WordPress family members are doing, as I’ve had being a part of it.
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’s it – just please pick 10 people that have taken you as a friend, and spread the love.
Here are 10 WordPress family bloggers that I nominate for this award:
http://fleetothemountains.com/ Thanks for her thought provoking posts
http://alenes-adornments-blog.com/ Alene is an interesting site because she talks about her journey and daily life in creativity. Creating jewellery for Alene set her free!
http://joyat60.wordpress.com/ My life in my 60’s (which I’m not by the way quite yet) by @hopingforastory is full of gems.
http://homesickandheatstruck.com/ an expat in Dubai who expands on such a varied and interesting set of ideas, seeing life from a different perspective.
http://betweenfearandlove.wordpress.com/ only occasional but thought provoking posts
….and some of my fellow writer’s blogs who write interesting posts for everyone and not just for writers and a quirky blog for readers too:
http://ceciliapeartree.wordpress.com/ I’m interested in plants and their associations too!
http://tmewalsh.wordpress.com/ Thoughtful posts about her inspiration to write. Love her last post because I made books as a child too!
http://laurajhogan.wordpress.com/ One of those busy people, always on the go with lots to say:-)
http://ayearofreadingtheworld.com/2013/06/12/the-world-bookshop-challenge/ Reading around the world – a challenge!