Thank you to Jan Kearney of My Local Business Online for Nominating me for this fabulous award. I’m honored to be part of the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers. It was quite a surprise as there are so many wonderful sister written blogs in this community. I love the logo of the award and will display it proudly! I plan to make it a permanent fixture on the site as soon as I figure out how.
There are a few rules that come with the award and one of those rules is to post the rules, so here they are:
Rules of the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award
1. All recipients need to thank the giver
2. Post 7 things about yourself
3. Pass the award on to 7 other bloggers of their choice and let them know that they have been nominated
4. Include the logo of the award in a post or on your blog.
7 Thinks About Myself
1. In early 1980 through the mid 1990’s I was part of a wolf pack (we bred wolf-hybrids and dogs at a breeding kennel).
2. I raised a mountain lion.
3. I love dramatic acts of nature like big storms and earthquakes.
4. I’m a certified Community Emergency Response Team Member.
5. Organic gardening is a favorite hobby I’m still learning how to do.
6. When I was 20-30 something I backpacked and climbed mountains.
7. And last but not least, a future project I have is to write a book about some of the amazing experiences I’ve had in my life.
And now, I Pass This Award on To:
Sara Duggan – http://crochetbusinessblog.blogspot.com/
Michelle Amethyst Mahoney – http://kickassbusinessnews.com/#
Peggy Lee Hanson – http://networkedblogs.com/zQc0i
Holly Fulford-Jeffrey – http://hollyfulfordjef.com/
Michelle Shaeffer – http://www.michelleshaeffer.com
Melissa Barham – http://barhamvirtualassistance.com/blogging/
Lynn Baillie – http://lynnbaillie.com/
These photos are of Baboo, the mountain lion I raised. Don’t ask how many small rugs we went through. No matter how many toys he had to chew on, he liked those rugs. The adult photo shows him in the courtyard of our house just waiting for a new play toy to walk in the gate. He was a great crime deterrent.