I received this wonderful award from the even more wonderful Shah Wharton from Words in Sync What makes this award so amazing to receive is that you can only receive it from another blogger. Now it is my turn to choose 7 fantastic bloggers.
Here are the rules:
1.) Link back to the person who gave it to you! (See Above)
- I just began reading Julie & Julia by Julie Powell. I would love to take a day and spend it reading.
- I am currently working on a memoir and writing it is a recipe in crazy making.
- I love dark chocolate and especially with raspberry filling of any kind.
- I love to cook but I am so busy writing for my blogs and my words in print that I don’t have much time for it.
- I live with my female partner, my grown daughter, and my two grandchildren (2 1/2 yrs & almost 3 months).
- I live in the south and wish I lived in Seattle. I hate the heat and love cloudy, cool days. Rain is my friend.
- My biggest fear is dying before I have been published.
- Okay and I am afraid of the dark, the deep, nothingness dark that bring my other senses on alert and it is a bit creepy.
- I want to purchase a Motor-home and travel cross country facilitating my workshops.
- I have a passion for collaging. It doesn’t take much of an excuse at all for me to pull out my supplies of, magazines, clippings, glue and large paper, and collaging my hopes, dreams, and intentions.
- Relish Life because it was her creative blog that started everything with Relish11 which brought me to…
- Mental Mosaic and her beautifully creative travel blog brought me to…
- Chasing Joy and her joyful creative blog that brings people together.
- Raven’s View for an imaginative blog that is tantalizingly creative.
- The First Original Garret’s Blog for his creative blog tackling hard subjects.
- KM Huber’s Blog for showing us the creative beauty of simplicity.
- Julie Unplugged for her wonderfully creative prose and poetry as well as paving the way for many.
“Sometimes poets write what we wish we could say, and they tell us what we need to know. The poems in Wild Woman Waking lead us to a place where we can proudly refuse to be “bent and broken”; instead, they document a journey to self-acceptance, peace, and understanding – where in a community of women, we celebrate and dance as Mud Women. We become women of spirit and keepers of our own keys.” ~Beth Camp