Here’s to you http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/daily-prompt-personal-space/ you rock!!

First I want to thank all the people who have given me awards. My blog has been award free since 2013 the stipulations are exhausting to say the least. However, I realize there are new bloggers just trying to be heard/ read and I most certainly take being read very seriously. It is not only the comments but the likes that make me smile. I don’t get paid to blog, although I wish I did, we all would probably be rich. So instead of simply replying to and unsuspected award by saying, “sorry dear this is an award free blog” I will recognize the giver. There are no stipulations on my recognition, I promise! Well, maybe one.

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