Liebster Blog Award
Posted by Christine Smith-Johnson
I am so excited to have received another award. I never in a million years thought I would have gotten the first one, much less a second or third. Thank you so much Aisha for thinking of me and brightening my day. I love it!!! WordPress bloggers are awesome! Well, some of you aren’t WordPress….you’re awesome to!!
If you haven’t visited Aisha’s Scrapyard yet, she is a great poet and story-teller that puts you in the moment. She also holds awesome contests. I am waiting on the next one already.
The rules for this award are:
1. Thank the fellow blogger who nominated you.
2. List five blogs that has affected your writing in a positive manner, by virtue of comments, posts, inspirations etc.
3. Leave comments on those blogs letting them know of the nominations
4. Post the award in your blog.
5. Bask in the love of fellow bloggers and spread joy and inculcate good karma.
Wow, there are so many who have impacted me in many different ways. Five is definitely not enough. Some have stolen my heart the minute I met them, and that is very unusual for me.
I think writer’s all share one huge soul or brain wave or something up there :), and it is easier for us to connect. If I had to choose Facebook or WordPress…well you see where I spend my time. I have enjoyed meeting every one of you and now cannot imagine life without your funny ways, your challenging posts, and your past you openly share.
Some of you have made me laugh out loud when I forgot I had someone asleep beside me. Some of you have made me cry and walk around with a lump in my throat for hours. Some of you had me questioning things I have never thought about before and I enjoyed every minute of them all. Thank you everyone I know on here, for all your wisdom and your love.
Ready? Hold on to your hearts, they stole mine!
Congratulations! You all deserve it.
About Christine Smith-JohnsonI am a widowed mother of three children, ages 11 to 19. I hope to encourage you through my trials and traumatic experiences. All my life, I dealt with heartache, and kept my head held high. Recently, I dealt with a heartache so big, it consumed me. Every part of me was lost and hurting. I never thought I would make it through. I did and I want to help you make it through your heartache, no matter how big or small it may seem to you.
Posted on January 23, 2012, in Dealing With Death, Paying It Forward, Relationship Issues, Substance Abuse, Uncategorized, Victim Abuse and tagged Aisha, Award, Blog, death, Liebster Blog Award, love, poet, Poetry and Short Stories, relationships, short stories, Widow, widower, WordPress. Bookmark the permalink. 23 Comments.