Monday, May 17, 2010

50th post, and a Prolific Blogger Award!


My last post, the poem, "Grief" was my 50th post on this blog. I feel like that is an accomplishment. Huzzah!

Another source of pride is the Prolific Blogger award I recieved from Ryan, the writer of the blog, "Scotland Here and Now."

The originator over at Advance Booking has attached the following rules...


1. Every winner of the Prolific Blogger Award has to pass on this award to at least seven other deserving prolific bloggers. Spread some love!

2. Each Prolific Blogger must link to the blog from which he/she has received the award (see above).

3. Every Prolific Blogger must link back to This Post, which explains the origins and motivation for the award.

4. Every Prolific Blogger must visit this post and add his/her name in the Mr. Linky, so that we all can get to know the other winners.

So for the seven winners I'm choosing these great Blogs:

1. Carole Ann Carr- She is such a sweet, supportive blogger- thank you for all your kind words, Carole Ann.

2. Lost in the Frame of Life-This writer, Robert Bourne, updates frequently, and I think he's a very interesting writer.

3.Daily Drowning-
by Christina- she sometimes updates 2 or 3 times a day, and shares some really thought-provoking stories and poetry.

4. At Home in the Ozarks- this blog is full of stories about rural life in the Ozarks. Lots of interesting information here, if you like homesteading, which I do!

5. English Wilderness- What a lovely blog! Full of photos of the desolate, wild places in England. If you're slightly obsessed with the UK (like me!), you'll like it. Would the word for people who are obsessed with England be "anglo-phile?" Or does that just mean you love white people?

6. The Thoughts of Forrestasauras- Enjoyable, edgy free-verse poetry.


7. The Writing Nag- Chock full of encouragement and tools for fledgling writers.

5 comments:

  1. Greetings Sandra Rose,
    First of all, many congratulations on the publishing of your 50th blog.
    I have had the great privilege of interacting with Carole Anne Carr. Carole is most encouraging and supportive.
    I shall check out your other links submitted in your article. Will have a read through your previous postings.
    Take very good care and I wish you much success with your writing endeavours.
    With respect, Gary

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  2. Thank you so much for including me in this award, Sandra Rose, and for your kind words. I'm away at the moment, but shall contact the others and let them know how to proceed. Keep up the good work! Hugs...

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  3. Thanks Sandra! It's nice to be noticed, and I'll be sure to check out the other blog links!

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  4. Hi Sandra,

    Thanks for nominating me, it's great to hear I'm doing something right. I've just spent an enjoyable hour or so picking out some of my favourite blogs to nominate :-)

    John

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  5. Thanks for including me! I need to nominate some other blogs!

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