Could I BE Any Lovelier?

That title is my best impression of Chandler Bing from Friends, by the way. Picture him saying it in your head and it will be funnier, I promise.

The purpose of this post is to thank people for thinking I’m lovely. A long while ago, Wendy Neudorf nominated me for the One Lovely Blog Award. A not so long while ago, Vikki nominated me for the One Lovely Blog Award. And yesterday, G. A. Albrethsen nominated me for -you guessed it- the One Lovely Blog Award. What have I learned from all of this? That I might, just might, be thought of as lovely. I’m not sure though. <Insert playful, appreciative sarcasm here>

I thank all of these fellow bloggers sincerely and before you rest your head to sleep tonight, you should check out their blogs. If you had an especially long day, than I suppose you could check out their blogs tomorrow, but you know what they say about putting off til tommorrow…

Wendy Neudorf – Inside the Writer

Vikkie – The View Outside

G. A. Albrethsen – Age of Restoration

Okay, so for anyone who lives under a boulder and doesn’t know the rules, I’m supposed to display the award images, thank the bloggers who bestowed said awards, supply seven facts about myself, and nominate a bunch more bloggers. (FYI, I’m running out of interesting facts AND bloggers to nominate.)

Fact: We have twin flat screen TVs side-by-side in our living room for better sports viewing (multiple games). It’s the bees knees.

Fact: I recently said on facebook that bread companies should grind up the “ends” and make pellets to donate to petting zoos since no one likes the “ends.” I still think that’s a good idea.

Fact: I’m on pace to read about 100 books this year.

Fact: I hate shopping. If clothes that fit and looked good could just appear in my closet/dresser I wouldn’t question it.

Fact: My actual handwriting is neat and pretty but when I’m just scribbling notes for my book it’s damn near illegible.

Fact: I have a love/hate relationship with my curly hair.

Fact: The first word my mother taught me how to spell was “astronaut.”

And here are my nominees:

Simone Benedict


Ayesha Schroeder

Writing Is Hard Work

Fay Moore

The (Writer’s) Waiting Room

Kate Policani

These are are some of the blogs I’ve recently begun following. Visit their sites or I’ll come to your house and step on your feet.

14 thoughts on “Could I BE Any Lovelier?

  1. Congratulations on your award – you’re on a roll! And btw, I think you’re very deserving! I really do enjoy the diversity /variety of your posts! Oh, and yeah, “Could I BE Any Lovelier?” is even funnier when I think of Chandler saying it.

  2. Love Chandler Bing! Congratulations on your nomination! Way to go! Your list made me laugh. I would appreciate you not telling my husband about the side by side TV thing. We already have too many! I totally agree with the clothes thing. I am running off to check out those blogs so I don’t have to worry about my feet! Lol.

    • I’m glad you liked my post! Thanks for the comment! I won’t tell your husband about the tvs, nor will I tell of our plans to get a bigger one and mount it over the twin ones. THREE games at once! Gosh, I can’t wait.

      And thank you for checking out my fellow bloggers, I really didn’t wanna have to step on a tribe mate’s feet. 😉

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