7 Lovely Awards Nomination


A very dear friend of mine Cheryl nominated me for the 7 Lovely Awards. I have already been nominated but I will replay the questions one more time and follow the rules so I can share this with other blogger friends.

http://burningfireshutinmybones.wordpress.com   This is where you can go to meet Cheryl.

Rules:

1-Answer the 10 random questions or those of your own choosing.

2-Nominate 10 other bloggers for the Award and link their blog sites.

3-Notify the bloggers of their awards.

4-Ask the award winners to answer the 10 questions when they accept their Award.

1.If you had the opportunity to go anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?

I would give my left arm, which is my writer arm, to go live in bask in the beauty of Kentucky or Tennessee. I love the attitude of people there. They treat me like I am an old friend. I lived in Ky for a short time and never met a stranger.

2.If you had the opportunity to meet a historical figure who is now deceased, who would you like to meet and why?

I would love to meet Abe Lincoln. He was honest, which is something we are lacking today. He helped with the slaves and this is my second hobby, slavery era.

3.What would you like to do with your life?

Until I take my last breath, I would like to continue to help others. There are many needs in the world, but better yet, there are needs right here in our own neighborhoods. Why not start there first?

4.What makes you smile?

Seeing Al smile really puts me in a good mood. Seeing my kids happy is one thing I always desire. Seeing my kids mixing with each other would give me the biggest smile of all.

5.What makes you cry?

I don’t cry often, but when I do it happens for a couple of days at a time. I must store up the tears. Thinking of my Daddy makes me cry yet today. Seeing Al cry stirs up my emotions too quickly. The feelings of being lonely can have me going off until it passes.

6.What is your favorite scripture?

Matthew 28:20, I am with you to the very end.

7.What is your favorite movie?

Terms of Endearment

8.What is your favorite quote?

Don’t put off til tomorrow what you can do today

9.If you had 1 million dollars to spend any way you want, what would you spend it on?

This question changes for me periodically. Today, I would first pay off my car so this debt is not in the way when Al comes home. I would have a second car, a lift van, so I can get Al easily in and out and he can go out into the world. I would open up the business I have talked about earlier. The one where every single elderly and patient that was in my area would never be alone. They would get the proper care and companionship they so deserve. I would also open up my Antique store again. I just love being with the public and sharing the love of antiques with others. The money isn’t bad either. If my kids were in need, I would be there for them. This is some things I would do first off.

10.If you could be remembered for one thing, what would you like to be remembered for?

I would like to be able to come back for the first hour after death and hear people say, I was lost or broke or hurting or crying and she made a difference in my life.

I could rest eternally knowing that I helped someone. I made someone smile, worry less, feel more loved, took the pain a way.

My nominations:

Angie
momentsinmylife.wordpress.com

Vicki (from Victoria A Photography)
victoriaaphotography.wordpress.com

Alastair
kattermonran.wordpress.com/

Dr. Johnny. Velazquez
parrillaturi.wordpress.com

wonderful team awarddragonsloyaltyaward1pink liebster awardBest-Moment-Awardshine on awardsuper-sweet-blogging-award21sunshine-awardYou have touched me very much Cheryl. My feelings are surfaced and I am so lucky to have been lead to WP where wonderful friends have been introduced into my life. Thank-you!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

22 thoughts on “7 Lovely Awards Nomination

  1. Thanks for the nomination Terry.

    As to #10 in your list. Know that whoever you are, wherever you live, helping anyone in the smallest possible way is always thought of and remembered with ‘thanks & appreciation’. Every time we do something positive in the community, it is acknowledged (even if not spoken aloud).

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