I must admit, I’m blushing. Today, while I was helping my brother prepare for the ACTs I checked out my blog to see the goings on before I set in on my latest entry for the Pagan Blog Project. Imagine my surprise when I found out I’ve been nominated for the One Lovely Blog Award. I’m giddy, absolutely giddy. Thank you so much Cassie for the nomination (Check out her blog at http://justcassie.wordpress.com ) I truly appreciate it, and think your blog is so amazing as well. So, the rules for the nomination are as follows:
- Thank the person who nominated you and link back to them in your post
- Share 7 things about yourself
- Nominate 15 or so bloggers you admire
- Leave a comment on each of the blogs letting them know they’ve been nominated.
There are just so many bloggers that I admire in the community, Its really hard for me to pick just a few, but here we go in no particular order.
1) Aspis of Ares: http://aspisofares.wordpress.com/ This is a blog after my own heart, and I look forward to every post he makes. Since Ares is my patron deity as well, I love reading his insightful advice as well as the historical information he presents.
2) Adventures and Musings of A Hedgewitch: http://elfkat.wordpress.com/ Is another amazing blog, written by someone who seems so down to earth and easy to relate to.
3) The Ditzy Druid: http://ditzydruid.com/ Not only because I love the name, but I love the content as well.
4) The Informed Pagan: http://theinformedpagan.wordpress.com/ Because I love how they display the fundamentals in such a way that is wonderful for the beginners all the way to the advanced.
5) Just Cassie Being Cassie: http://justcassie.wordpress.com/ Because no matter her post, they always make me think or laugh (I loved your post about wanting to be a prostitute).
6) Our Homeschool Journey: http://childdrivenlearning.wordpress.com/ Because I was once homeschooled too, and I love the message you send out in your posts.
7) Ramblings of a Hedgewitch: http://witchsweb.wordpress.com/ I love everything about this blog, from the photos that are posted, to the information given.
8) Writings of a Pagan Witch: http://writingsofapaganwitch.wordpress.com/ Because not only do they post wonderful entries, but I love the recipes as well.
9) Sean Hogan’s Unmolested Mental E-jaculations: http://seanogan.wordpress.com/ I love this blog, and not just because I homeschooled with him. His theories are definitely on a different plane of existence, but I always look forward with what direction he’s going to go into next.
10) A Secret Garden: http://elfmage.wordpress.com/ From the art to the recipes, this blogger is clearly talented in all that pertains to art and culinary delights.
11) Witching WildWood: http://witchingwildwood.wordpress.com/ Between the beautiful posts, and amazing theories, I look forward to every entry they have ever published, and sit on the edge of my seat to see what they come up with next.
12) The Quill Is Mightier: http://quillismightier.wordpress.com/ I have to confess, I’m a sucker for a great Hellenistic blog, and that’s just what this is.
13) A Witch’s Life: http://witchslife.com/ I love this blog. She is completely on the outside of the box, and I couldn’t respect her more for it.
14) The Organized Hearth Witch: http://organizedhearthwitch.wordpress.com/ Another Blogger from my own heart, and located not far from me in the deep south. She tells it like she sees it, what everyone should do.
15) Southern Fried Witch: http://southernkitchenwitch.com/ This blog is amazing. A strong independent woman sharing her experience of the world, with the world with a little bit of southern hospitality drizzled on top.
Hmmmm…. seven things about myself. Well here we go.
1) I was homeschooled for six years.
2) I used to be a huge fan of any boy band you can name (and I still have all the CDs)
3) I’m related to John Wilkes Booth and Carrie Nation
4) I love to bake, but I hate eating sweets
5) I’m a huge gamer, I love everything from the Sims, to MW3
6) I taught myself how to read Latin, and I’m working on learning Greek
7) I have a weakness for Reality TV