While I am thankful to WordPress.com and their dedication to helping us see who reads our posts, the experience of being nominated for a blogging award is beyond what I could have imagined. I am thrilled, not only that my country stats and site stats are true, but also that a nomination enables me to see that someone actually reads what I write–rather than merely opening the various post links. 😀
This nomination was made by C.J. at FoodStoriesBlog. Thank you C.J., for seeing beyond the scope of your own blog to that of others. Thank you for taking the time to brighten the day for so many people.
Please take the time to check out her very cool blog here: http://foodstoriesblog.com
Also, please take the time to consider giving this award to someone else, just as C.J. has done for so many. The details of the award are found here: http://foodstoriesblog.com/illuminating-blogger-award/
As requested by this nomination, the following is one random thing about myself. Let it be known, far and wide–I am not somebody else. 😀
More importantly, and also by request of this nomination, is my own nomination process for this award. Again, thank you C.J., for helping us take the time to see all that which is good around us. I hope all of you will make the simple switch, and do the same for those who enlighten your life. The following five blogs are my nominations for this award, as they demonstrate so much wisdom in daily life.
1. Bob Turner, The Leadership Fund (leadershipfund.wordpress.com)
2. Jess Simpson, The New Self (thenewself.wordpress.com)
3. Jack Dodgen, Got a Minute? (sparesometime.wordpress.com)
4. Jeremy Roberts, Take 5 (jbroberts.wordpress.com)
5. Neal Pollard, Preacher Pollard (preacherpollard.wordpress.com)
As outlined in the requests of this nomination, these five will be informed of their nominations on their own site. Please, if you have not already done so, encourage yourself to check these guys out. Encourage yourself to be illumined.