Versatile Blogger Award

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I have the honor of announcing my nomination for the Versatile Blogger Award. This nomination has been bestowed upon me by Jesusluvsall. His words are all about loving God, faith, helping others, telling inspirational stories and living with Celiac’s disease. Please visit his blog, browse and show him lots of love.

I am sincerely thankful that a few of my family in ‘Blogland’ thinks that I am doing a good job plodding these unfamiliar territories. Thanks to my Lord Jesus for the desire and the strength to “put myself out there”. I appreciate you all for reading, liking and commenting and again my sincerest thank you.

I do so enjoy visiting you all daily and I have become almost child-like in my desire to read again. I just published my main page yesterday, lol. I really have no idea about the ‘techy’ stuff and am learning day by day. Hopefully I am building many neurons daily to help in the fight against premature aging.

Sincerest thanks.

27 Replies to “Versatile Blogger Award”

    1. Oh Suzette, thank you. I toyed with the idea of doing a blog for years and was plain scared, as another blogger said, “it’s like walking in public naked”.
      So glad I found a community of like-minded people and look forward to visiting so many blogs each day.

    1. Thank you so much for all your words of encouragement, I have also enjoyed reading your page as well and am rediscovering my love of the written word.

    1. Thank you so much. It was a nice validation that I was writing something that someone liked, lol. I was/ am still so scared to hit the publish button.

      1. I have times I feel afraid too. Or times I feel my post isn’t that great. But as long as you’re writing as God leads you to that’s what matters most. I enjoy reading your posts! ❤️

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