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The Imagine Award


First, thanks to greengrowsdark for nominating me for this lovely award ( I especially like the unicorn!)

Second, here are five things I think are really creative on greengrowsdark‘s blog:

+ they frequently use videos which help to explain a topic, so that followers can understand what the issue is, and have great comments/discussions.

+ although they have lots of meaty, serious post topics, they also talk about their day to day life and experience, sometimes humorously, angrily, or sadly.

+ they use a variety of media in addition to videos and writing, such as poetry, photos, and drawings which enhance and really bring out the topic.

+ they show us that they are a real person whose followers can get close to, and form real connections with, from stories of Jack to reviews of movies spent watching with the bf, to issues with doctors and other normal things we all have to deal with too, making it through life however we can.

Ok, next is my list of 5 bloggers who are creative:


There are more who are also creative, but I could only pick 5!


ok the rules for the nominees are:

+ copy and paste the award image to your post

+ thank the blogger who nominated you, and link back their blog to your post.

+ list 3-5 things about the nominator’s blog that you like and that are creative.

+ nominate 5 other bloggers which you think show creativity and imagination.

+ notify your nominees

+ copy and paste the Image Award to your blog page.


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