Friday, August 17, 2007
Glamourpuss, who publishes an insightful journal of her experiences called The Pole Affair and her newest and most spectacular blog creation of creative, descriptive, and imaginative pieces of writing called Clairvoyance, decided to grant me a Thoughtful Blogger Award. By the way, not having read her new blog, you have missed out on some of the finest writing I have ever encountered, the most interesting, entertaining, colorful, vivid and illuminating imagery, and general overall excellence. Not that any of you are running low on excellence lately.
Which brings me to the people I am going to nominate. Blogging has been good to me. I met CMHL who is one of the most most dependable, rock steady, thoughtful people on this planet.
I met Alison through CMHL. The Morning Meeting exists, in large part because of these two. There has been a lot going on and Alison is one of those people who hears from me when things are less than perfect. She's quite a friend.
I have a few of those relationships that you'd never believe if you didn't see it for yourself. Holmes, Judy and I think or thought that Tiffany King of A Dog, A Cat, And A Girl With Fabulous Shoes was just about one of the nicest people we had ever met. She's like a member of the family around here. That means when I was really sick, she knew what to say, and what needed to be done with every problem. She's a source!
Then there's Claudia. I have a need to talk about photography. With Claudia, it grew into friendship. I suspect that if I had the right espresso here, we could talk for days.
And last, but far from least is M@ of Animalmind. You all know M@ as a virile male specimen, better looking than his picture, oozing sexual phermones from every pore. I know M@ as a quiet, contemplative guy, seemingly alone, the kind of guy that could take an ocean going kayak across a vast body of water against the odds. I hope that he can find enough time from all the women that chase him to meet for lunch again this year, or next.
Those are my choices, and I'm proud of all of them!