*why is this new format for creating blog posts so weird?!*
Thanks once again, Don Charisma, for endowing me with yet another awesome award! I would have, like, ZERO awards were it not for you!
Thanks! You’re awesome!
And appreciation goes out to “Belinda” for creating such a cool, little award! You’re awesome, too!
****Rules of engagement:
Conditions For Accepting The Award
I’m adding a couple of conditions for accepting the award :
1. You must write an acceptance post, making sure you link back to the blogger who awarded you and thank them. You MAY NOT lump this award in with a batch of other awards.
2. You must individually name and re-award to a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 9999999 bloggers. You must let them know either personally with a comment on their blog OR a pingback (I’d suggest their about page)
3. You must link back to Belinda’s blog either to http://idiotwriting.wordpress.com/2014/03/13/i-love-charismatic-geeks/ OR http://idiotwriting.wordpress.com/about/
4. You must write a short paragraph (yes only one paragraph – damn this is easy) – Entitled either “How I’m Spreading Light” OR “How I’m A Positive Influence”
5. Display Belinda’s lovely “Butterfly Light Award” badge on your blog.****
With all that out of the way, I will now nominate a bunch of amazing bloggers that should accept this cool award:
Thea Beckman: http://whybecausescience.com/about/
Jenna Rambles: http://jennaramblesblog.com/about/
J Haines: http://jhaines6.wordpress.com/about-me/
David C Couper: http://improvingpolice.wordpress.com/about/
And lastly: “How I’m Spreading Light.”
Like any person with a heart of gold, I want to make a truly positive difference in this world, and I hope I can convince others who pass by my blog to do the same. I want to at least try to make the greatest positive difference I can in this world, before I’m through, and I hope this blog of mine is one step in that general direction. I want to see humanity in general do well, and I want to see each and every person here on this Earth to realize their fullest potential. I would love to see humanity venture, once and for all, out into the vastness of interstellar space, to embrace the technologies that we already have perfected that would at last bring us as close to Mother Nature as we’ve ever been, and live a truly free life devoid of greedy banksters and governments forever trying to enslave their peoples. They may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us, and then the world can live as one. (John Lennon)