drum roll please

Look what I found this morning:


Isn’t that a lovely gift from dmauldin53?

I don’t normally accept nominations for these awards but they had such nice things to say about me and asked me very politely to accept it.  I was powerless to refuse.  You should take a minute to read this and that and pretty much everything else at the Mauldin Family blog.  It’s a whole lot of awesome.


Versatile Blogger Rules  (If you choose to obey them)

  • Display the Award Certificate on your website
  • Announce your win with a post and link to whoever presented your award
  • Present 15 awards to deserving bloggers
  • Drop them a comment to tip them off after you’ve linked them in the post
  • Post 7 interesting things about yourself.


34 thoughts on “drum roll please

  1. That is most kind of you!
    I haven’t long moved to WordPress from Blogger…..and this is a wonderful encouragement….not to speak of all the other nominated blogs to explore….

  2. Well, if all it needed was a little soft-soaping, I would’ve added you to the reader appreciation list.;)
    Damn, if my husband see’s you’ve nominated me for this award then the games up! I try very hard at proving myself unversatile!
    But I am more than honoured to accept the award, thank you so very, very much. 😀

  3. My first blogging award! I’m not sure if I’m versatile, unless the vast array of subjects on which I enjoy arguing counts. Thanks!

  4. Ahwz.. Thank you so much for nominating me!!

    Love 5: Cuteness overload!! Wish you two (soon three) a long life full of love, awesomeness and happiness together!

  5. […] Having, most generously (some would say charitably…or even mistakenly), been inaugurated into “The Versatile Blogger” club, I feel beholden to comply with some of its requirements.  It would appear I have to nominate 15 worthy blogs for a similar honour and to give 7 interesting facts about myself.  Given that I don’t visit as many as 15 blogs…and that I will struggle to get past 1 interesting fact about myself (no doubt Mr.P will take great delight in confirming this unfortunate state of affairs) it looks like I may have to hand back my award before the governing body demands its return.  I think it is fair to assume that there will be none of that “truth and reconciliation” nonsense should I fail to comply.  An immediate withdrawal of members comments and “Likes” followed by a lifetime ban on access to stats would be the minimum sanction I would expect.  This link may help explain the non-obligatory “rools”. […]

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