Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Honest Scrap Award

Yesterday Laura Eno at A Shift in Dimensions honored me with the Honest Scrap Award.

The award rules are simple - pass the award to seven worthy bloggers who post from the heart, and list ten honest things about yourself.

Thanks, Laura!


So first, here are ten honest things about myself.
1. I make up stories.
2. I make up people.
3. I talk to the people I make up.
4. I listen when those people talk to me.
5. I place those people in perilous situations.
Are you scared yet?
6. I love to laugh.
7. I cry at silly things.
8. I'm scared of spiders.
9. And snakes.
10. I love to read sexy books!

Enough about me. Here are the seven bloggers I've chosen to pass this award to. I hope all of you will pass it on. And I hope all readers here will stop by these great blogs and leave a comment.

Angela at Letters from Usedom

Helen Ginger at Straight From Hel

Jane Kennedy Sutton at Jane's Ride

Jody at Waconda Springs

Kerrie Flanagan at The Writing Bug

Shirley at Clever Chronicles

Terry Odell at Terry's Place

6 comments:

Laura Eno said...

Great list...but then, you do lists well anyway! I love your blog!

Helen Ginger said...

Thank you for the award! I've gotten this one before, but I'll participate again. Now, I need to make up 10 honest things about me. I mean, tell 10 honest things about me. I wouldn't make up things, really. Ooh, man, it's hard to type with your fingers crossed.

Helen
Straight From Hel

Jane Kennedy Sutton said...

Thanks Carol - it may take me a few days to come up with 10 things about myself but I'll do my best - or maybe I should simply borrow your list as most apply to me as well!)

Shirley said...

Thanks Carol. I, too, will have to come up with ten things about me, but that shouldn't be difficult at all. I'll be posting and passing the award soon. Thanks for thinking of me.

Terry Odell said...

Thanks Carol -- Not sure I can get to this until I get back in town, but I appreciate the nod.

Carol Kilgore said...

Thanks, ladies. Have fun with it. I did.