Thank You Lovely People! :)

Ok, SO…. I just wrote a very long post accepting the awards that I’ve been nominated for, but, somehow it was all deleted. SO.. here I go again!

I’ve only had this blog up and running for about a month and a half. During this time I’ve been nominated for four awards, all more than once by 16 wonderful people. So with interests in remaining a well-mannered and appreciative soul I am now (finally) acknowledging these awards. Sunshine, Versatile, Very Inspirational and Kreativ. 

This also comes with rules. So I decided to keep this comprehensive:

The Rules:

  1. Include the award Logo(s) in a post or in your blog.
  2. Answer 10 question about your self.
  3. Nominate 10 to 12 other fabulous bloggers.
  4. Link your nominees to the post and comment on their blog, letting them know about the award.
  5.  Share the love and link the person who nominated you.

The Questions:

What is your favorite color? Sand
What is your favorite animal? Mountain Lion
What is your favorite non-alcoholic drink? Dr. Pepper
Do you prefer Facebook or Twitter? Twitter
What’s your passion? Writing and Art, but I have so many. 🙂
What’s your Favorite pattern? Patterns in nature. The Fibonacci Sequence 
Do you prefer giving or getting presents? Both
What’s your favourite number? 11
Favourite day of the week? Saturday
Favorite flower? Tiger Lily

And here’s 10 fun facts about me:

1) My lineage is Roma (gypsies man!) Cherokee, German and French.

2) I’m a road trip junkie (its a gypsy thing).

3) I love sour cream on everything.

4) I believe that meditation is listening to God.

5) I’ve lived in 3 states in the past year.

6) I went to 5 schools before graduating high school.

7) I slipped and almost fell off of the Grand Canyon’s rim once (very scary).

8) I’m currently writing 2 books.

9) I’m an 80’s music junkie.

10) I have a tattoo of a giant Manta ray on my back. It’s huge… Got it in Tahiti 🙂

 

Now..I’d like to thank these wonderful people for the nominations, and in turn, I am nominating each of you. No, this is not being lazy. I read and enjoy all these bloggers very much. I also need to add that I’m not sure how tags and links work just yet so excuse my tech-virginity:

http://gigoid.wordpress.com

http://boomiebol.wordpress.com

http://stephaniefitzpatrick.wordpress.com

http://stillbornehope.wordpress.com

http://amykeast.wordpress.com

http://suzyplatt.wordpress.com

http://sorryiamnotsorry.wordpress.com

http://cpgutierrez.wordpress.com

http://littlebeut33.wordpress.com

http://atranquilplace.wordpress.com

http://myownprivateuniverse.wordpress.com

http://tonyakerrigan.wordpress.com

http://momentumofjoy.wordpress.com

http://alwayspushingit.wordpress.com

http://thedaintydamsel.wordpress.com

http://brandiesellers.wordpress.com

Thank you all very much for all the wonderful compliments and thoughtful comments. On another note, I will be self-publishing an Ebook through Amazon within the next few weeks. I am going to link it here because it involves many of my blog posts with deeper elaboration and reflection. It also involves many concepts that I haven’t explored here. SO.. be on the lookout!

Namaste


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36 thoughts on “Thank You Lovely People! :)

      1. It is one of the few languages that are so culturally diverse within the culture. And phrases that hold poignant meaning. My favorite is Kintala Jekhipe.. The balance of oneness.

  1. Congratulations and thanks so much! Your blog has definitely struck a chord with many! I look forward to finding out more about your EBook! Best wishes.

      1. Definitely. I’ve published many articles and shorts for a variety of publications, but never my own independent thoughts on subjects close to my heart. it is fun, and a bit cathartic..

  2. Congratulations and thank you, I love your blog, if you feel you could offer me any advice on the e-book department it would be greatly appreciated, as I have started one and have no clue what I am doing 🙂

  3. I’m not at all surprised that you have Roma or Cherokee in your blood. Both are highly spiritual, very much ‘in-touch’ groups of people. I would guess that this is the source of the really nice elaborations you’ve made on your topics, to help us understand. I am so glad you are writing books as well as the blog — but can someone who doesn’t own an IPad or Android still access them. Please excuse MY tech-naivete. And congratulations! Each of these awards has found your thoughtful expressions, and they all belong right here.

  4. Honestly, this couldn’t have been a lovelier way to start this day!!! You wanna know what I’m really going to love? YOUR BOOK!!! YAY, YAY, YAY! I cannot wait for it~ I just know (intuitively speaking once again) it’s a gonna be good. With love and hugs, Steph

  5. Please post photo of tattoo. (You brought it up.) If you hadn’t said it was HUGE I wouldn’t even ask. And now that I think of it, this “sharing” requirement opens up all kinds of questions.

    – What is the significance of the manta ray?
    – On what occasion did you find yourself in Tahiti? (It’s a really long flight)
    – Were you drunk when you got the tattoo? (Again, small tattoos = small pain)

    Answers are optional, but I am serious about the photo. ❤

    1. I’m not sure that its a requirement, and in the interest of keeping this blog in a professional standing, I prefer not to post that type of content here. But the questions are simple to answer. I was in Tahiti after I was married and for my honeymoon 10 years ago. It was a Significant experience involving swimming among hundreds of manta rays and riding on the back of one for several minutes. This is actually a story that I’m including in my book as well. And, No I wasn’t drunk. Bad idea, alcohol thins the blood and can get messy. All this and the fact that “Tattoo” is actually a Tahitian word, and tattoos originated in the islands of French Polynesia, so I figured what better place could I be for my first.

  6. Hi there! Thanks for following my site! I read about you and we have a lot of similarities. I’ve been a nomad (as I like to call it) for a year. I’m part Cherokee as well! And I’m writing my first book( half way to my goal today! 30,000 words). I am also planning a tour of seminars called ‘How to Re-Mind Yourself’ Thank you for being an inspiration because sometimes it seems daunting to get people to hear your message. But you’ve done it, wow! Congratulations!

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