Illuminating Blogger Award

When God decides I have had enough stress, he has an angel do something to brighten my day, and today is the day. I have stated that I have come to see how important God is in my life, and somewhere I left a small crack open, because the devil stomped in and tried to ruin it for me. I will blog about this tomorrow, as I am still dealing with the after affects with my brother Al.

So my angel who God has sent to me is Ingrid. She is an amazing, giving woman. Her web page is:

Did you know that Ingrid offers free Spanish lessons? Yes, it is true. Go to the website and she will direct you to U-tube, where she teaches. I had majored in Spanish for three years in high school, and without telling my age, I will admit I have forgotten much, but by visiting her classes, I am amazed at how much I have been able to pick back up!

Thank you Ingrid for the nomination of the Illuminating Blogger Award!

I didn’t see any rules, except to make sure you pay respects to the one who nominated you, and to also make some new nominations. So for this I want to choose all of you that read and or follow my life journey with my brother Al, and also want to thank-you for tolerating my attempts at writing poetry and my exercise writings, and fictional short stories.

What? I can’t have all of them? Are you sure? Darn, this makes it very difficult and it isn’t fair, now I don’t want to play anymore! I quit! LOL.

Alright then, I will nominate you by playing eenie, meenie, minie, moe, I pick@@@





Thank you again Ingrid!!!

Illuminating Blogger Award

I was nominated this beautiful award by a beautiful person, Brian. I love reading Brian’s blogs.There are many good Bible lessons and stories to read and I am always learning through reading each one. Thank you Brian for thinking of me and nominating me for this. Make sure to check out the link above!

The rules are for this award:

1.Leave a comment on the original award site

2.Choose a random fact about yourself to share

3.Choose 5 bloggers to pass the torch to

Alright, a random thought about me,

I started writing poetry in the second grade, and one of them was entered in the school contest, and it made its way to the principal’s office to hang on the wall.

For my five nominations I choose:




Pink Ninjabi


I know I went a little over the limit, but I was trying to sneak in so many, sorry. I am allowed one mistake a day. Why?, because my mother told me so many years ago.


Thanks again Brian!!!