I would like to thank 3teensmom who was gracious enough to nominate sarahjane for the One Lovely Blog Award. As of this morning, my soapbox has been on the virtual courtsquare corner for a little over 5 months and has amassed 100 followers. I have absolutely no clue how that happened. Sarahjane was started as a place to holler about the things I can’t discuss with (or even in front of) friends and family. This is a place where I can be as ME as I choose to be, and as a result, those who read my posts know me far better than those who have known me my entire life. Funny, that. I expected to have an occasional visitor and perhaps a comment or two, with the occasional flaming over my opinions. I did NOT expect to gather any significant number of regular followers or readers, so I wanted to thank you all very much. Validation comes in many forms, and I am endlessly tickled, touched, and flattered that any of you find my contributions here of interest.
The rules for this Award are as follows:
1. Give credit to the awesome person who nominated you.
2. Describe 7 things about yourself.
3. Nominate 15 other bloggers.
Nominees (apologies if this is an unwelcome nomination):
- brainsnorts inc
- The Dixie Flatline
- A Clown On Fire
- The Self Taught Atheist
- Jots From A Small Apartment
- A Frank Angle
- Prawn And Quartered
- You’ve Been Hooked!
- Susie Lindau’s Wild Ride
As for the 7 things about myself (that have not already been posted):
- I used to own a White’s tree frog named Big Momma.
- I prowl my house in the wee hours of the morning because it is the only time it is quiet, so that is my ‘me’ time.
- For some reason, over half the people I meet for the first time call me Anne instead of Suzanne.
- My husband & I met on E-Harmony.
- I have a pet squirrel in my back yard named Fat Bastard, or F.B. for short.
- I could eat Mexican every day and never get tired of it. I also put avocados in all my salads.
- When I was younger, I was sure that the people in the portraits on our walls could see me. I have yet to obtain positive proof they do not.