Welcome! This post is happening because Karuna Poole, from Living, Learning, and Letting Go, nominated me for the One Lovely Blog award. Thank you Karuna. I really appreciate all of the support I get for my blog.
- Add the “One Lovely Blog Award” image to your post
- Share seven things about you.
- Pass the award on to seven nominees.
- Thank the person who nominated you.
- Inform the nominees by posting on their blogs.
Seven things about me:
- I am the oldest child, grand child, and great grand child ( that I know of) in my family.
- I have lived in Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Alaska, and California. I lived in more than 30 homes by the time I was 18 and went to 14 schools.
- I put myself through school. Working two jobs for much of the time.
- I studied Danzan Ryu Jujitsu for about 4 years in college and one year thereafter.
- I have spent the last 10 years in therapy treating PTSD and anxiety issues from my childhood.
- I manage a team of Project Managers and work with an excellent group of engineers where we make software to connect cars to the internet.
- I am authoring a book and a table top role playing game.
Seven Bloggers I am nominating for this award:
The Seekers Dungeon: Here is the place I have gained much inspiration for blogging. The prompts on Sreejit’s blog greatly helped me get this blog going.
Red’s Wrap: I was first attracted to Red’s Wrap because of the insight in her posts. I keep coming back to the blog because of the reflections on life it offers. A place where I like to slow down and listen.
tenderheartmusings: poetry poetry and poetry. I am attracted to this blog for the beautiful poems.
Elio Motors: I stumbled onto this Automotive company startup last year. Recently they added a blog to share their vision for the vehicle they are bringing to the world. I like much of their vision for this vehicle.
The Blog of Tim Ferris: Several years ago I read The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris. This book lead to many more investigations into my relationship with work, effort, and reward. I don’t always agree with Tim’s direction and answers but I am inspired by him and how he defines his own world.
Cosmic Heroism: poetry and more poetry. 🙂
Thank you Karuna for nominating me.