Why, Thank You!

The fabulous Miss Cole gave me another award today! In case I didn’t fully impart to you her awesome, trust me: SHE. IS. AWESOME. She was my first commenter ever and I owe a lot of my readership to her! I can’t wait till she’s published so I can read her books. She’s tantalized us on her blog and I can’t wait to get the whole story.

So THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU to the stellar MISS COLE for reading my blog, awarding me gifts, and being awesome. ^_^

The 7×7 award has categories! So I don’t have to come up with random facts about myself. I get to share some of my past posts in a yearbook superlatives style.

Most Beautiful: Probably RTW: Wide Open Spaces for the gorgeous images of wind generators in Wyoming I stole borrowed from my talented cousin, Michelle.

Most Helpful: I don’t know if it was especially helpful to y’all, but Wear Your Heart on Your Page was inspired by some of the most helpful advice I’ve ever been given.

Most Popular: By Most Hits: Why I Chose to Get a Low-Res MFA. I posted it on my program’s Facebook page, so it’s received a lot of hits. By Most Comments: my most recent RTW post, RTW: MY Road Trip, Holla!

Most Controversial: That’s Why They Call Them Business … Cards didn’t stir up a lot of argument, but the gif could be controversial (if you’re not familiar with Flight of the Conchords).

Most Successful: Probably my first post, aka Post the First (oh yeah, I’m original), because I was finally starting my author blog. Also, I got my very first comment ever from Miss Cole!

Most Underrated: I had so much fun writing this post and it got very few hits or comments: Health Warning.

Most Prideworthy: Well, I have many posts that I love, but I think the one I’m most proud of is Why Writers Should Be Like (the perhaps mythical version of) Christopher Walken. Why this one? I likened writing to Christopher Walken!

That was a fun award to do. Now it’s my turn to pass on the love:

Alicia Gregoire at Slice of the Blog Pie

Francesca Zappia at Zap’s Lobster Tank

Colin D Smith at Colin D Smith

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