One Lovely Blog Award

Welcome! This post is happening because Karuna Poole, from Living, Learning, and Letting Go, nominated me for the One Lovely Blog award. Thank you Karuna.   I really appreciate all of the support I get for my blog.


  1. Add the “One Lovely Blog Award” image to your post
  2. Share seven things about you.
  3. Pass the award on to seven nominees.
  4. Thank the person who nominated you.
  5. Inform the nominees by posting on their blogs.

Seven things about me:

  1. I am the oldest  child, grand child, and great grand child ( that I know of) in my family.
  2. I have lived in Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Alaska, and California. I lived in more than 30 homes by the time I was 18 and went to 14 schools.
  3. I put myself through school. Working two jobs for much of the time.
  4. I studied Danzan Ryu Jujitsu for about 4 years in college and one year thereafter.
  5. I have spent the last 10 years in therapy treating PTSD and anxiety issues from my childhood.
  6. I manage a team of Project Managers and work with an excellent group of engineers where we make software to connect cars to the internet.
  7. I am authoring a book and a table top role playing game.

Seven Bloggers I am nominating for this award:

The Seekers Dungeon: Here is the place I have gained much inspiration for blogging. The prompts on Sreejit’s blog greatly helped me get this blog going.

Red’s Wrap: I was first attracted to Red’s Wrap because of the insight in her posts. I keep coming back to the blog because of the reflections on life it offers. A place where I like to slow down and listen.

tenderheartmusings: poetry poetry and poetry. I am attracted to this blog for the beautiful poems.

Elio Motors: I stumbled onto this Automotive company startup last year. Recently they added a blog to share their vision for the vehicle they are bringing to the world. I like much of their vision for this vehicle.

anawnimiss: I already wrote a blog post about this blog. Read it here. This is a blog I follow for many reasons. The biggerest of which is, I love it.

The Blog of Tim Ferris: Several years ago I read The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris. This book lead to many more investigations into my relationship with work, effort, and reward. I don’t always agree with Tim’s direction and answers but I am inspired by him and how he defines his own world.

Cosmic Heroism: poetry and more poetry. 🙂

Thank you Karuna for nominating me.


4 thoughts on “One Lovely Blog Award

  1. I came to your blog to see your new post, so was surprised to find this here! Was fun to read your answers! Thanks for participating.

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