Last week, Derek Berry (This guy blows me away. He’s 18 and writes like he’s been at it for years.) http://derekberry.wordpress.com presented me with The Versatile Blogger award. This award is a very cool way of supporting others in the blogging community by spreading the word about their blogs and encouraging them to do the same. It works like this. I list the links of fifteen bloggers I think are awesome, let them know they’ve received the award and ask that they share the award by listing fifteen of their favorite bloggers. Oh yeah, we also have to list seven surprising things about ourselves.
Drum roll please… The Versatile Blogger award goes to: (1http://incessantdroningofaboredwriter.wordpress.com (2)http://thebookbinge.com (3)http://bethtrissel.wordpress.com (4)http://alchemyofscrawl.wordpress.com (5)http://kristinnador.wordpress.com (6)http://hawleyville.wordpress.com/ (7http://heylady.net (8)http://lleonadavis.blogspot.com (9)http://juliemusil.blogspot.com (10)http://staceyjoynetzel.blogspot.com (11)http://serendipity4molly.wordpress.com (12)http://www.fallofprint.com (13)http://australianromancereaders.wordpress.com (14)http://cynthiarobertson.wordpress.com (15)http://selfpublishingadvisor.com
These blogs offer quite a variety of style and content so pop in and check them out. Now for the seven surprising things about me… (1)I have terrible balance. Sometimes walking in a straight line is a challenge. (2)I married my husband, Dan, when I was only 18 and he was 28. (3)The first time Dan and I went out, my dad snuck out front & wrote down his licence plate number & a description of his car. (4)Sometimes, I listen to heavy-metal. (5)When I was 12, I was a go-go girl, with white boots and turquoise bell-bottoms. It’s not as bad as it sounds. We weren’t in cages or anything. The dances were open to kids 12 and up and featured local garage bands. (5)I love McDonald’s ice cream cones so much I call them nectar of the gods. (6)I believe in ghosts. (7)I’ll paint anything that holds still. I even painted the grout on our floor.
On to inappropriate advertisements from the past–actually inappropriate is too mild a word. These are completely outrageous.
Protection from what? Good health and clear lungs? Jeeze…..
I don’t even know what to say about this one…
And arm your family in time for the holidays!
More photos from my Adventures in Hoarding.
For all you readers out there… this was the library. Unfortunately, most of the books were in terrible shape.
This is where Lynda learned to fly. Read Adventures in Hoarding #4 if you haven’t already. Otherwise, this won’t make any sense at all.
After a lot of elbow grease and a little Lysol (LOL) this part of the bathroom was usable. The shower was in another room.
Next week— Adventures in Hoading and Living with Ghosts
Don’t forget to check out the 15 blogs I’ve listed. Have a great week!