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Versatile Blogger


versatileblogger111I would like to announce that our blog has been nominated for the ‘Versatile Blogger’ award!  I would also like to give a HUGE, BIG thanks to dissociativebonny for thinking of us, and for including us in this nomination!  Thanks again, dissociativebonny!  (Ha!  I did figure out how to make links! ).  So, according to the rules of this award, I am supposed to do the following:

1) Thank the person who nominated you, and link back to them, (it’s only common courtesy),

2)List 15 excellent blogs/bloggers that you follow and think are great!,

3)Tell the person who nominated you 7 things about yourself.

Ok, the 15 blogs/bloggers I nominate are:

Bonny et als Blog, Many of us’s blog, Big Body Beautiful, brokenbutbeingrepaired, wrongwithlife, Living is Not Mental Illness, Sincerly, Pen,

mytravelswithdepression, Vwoop Vwoop, Kate@DragonWarrior, How Is Bradley, Crazy In The Coconut, Clearlywriting, Bipolar For Life, Licensed Mental Health Counselor.

And 7 things about myself are:

I love cats and dogs.

I like helping people, or taking care of people.

I usually despise cooking.

I love driving, especially on the open road.

I love learning, and don’t think you can ever learn too much.

I love reading, especially for fun, mostly mysteries.

I tend to be a perfectionist, but I’m working on this.

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