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Thank you very much to talented writer and fellow blogger Ami Fidèle for nominating me (and my A Word With Christian Grey) for the Gargie Award.  Please take a moment to look at his excellent work. As a blogging novice this is my first award and so I am delighted and flattered that other people are reading and enjoying my poetry.  Since putting my poetry ‘out there’ six months ago I have been particularly moved, inspired and supported by the following writers, whom I have, in turn, nominated for a Gargie Award:

Boomie Bol

Leila Oarts

Brice Maiurro

Bjorn Rudberg

Kenyatta Jean-Paul Garcia

Sabio Lantz

Paul Milne

Karin Gustafson

Happy 2013 to you all.

Rules: (to be followed, or not, as you wish . . . )

1.  Display the award badge as prominently on your site as you are inclined.

2.  Publish a post to inform the world of your achievement.

3.  Nominate some fellow bloggers.

4.  Indicate to your nominees that they have received the award.

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Gargie Award

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8 thoughts on “Gargie Award

  1. Dear Alex, thanks so much for thinking of me. I really am not very award-oriented. My life is quite hectic, and at the moment, I am physically quite under-the-weather (with some kind of flu), so I don’t think I can comply with the requirements of the award. I really do appreciate your thinking of me, and I congratulate you on winning the award! I really enjoyed your snowman poem and others I have read. Thanks very much. K.

  2. Hi Alex, thanks for the award. I’m not much into the award thing, but I do appreciate your high regard of my work, from the bottom of my heart. AND I look forward to checking out the others you’ve awarded to – Bruce Maiurro I already know and follow enthusiastically, the others are joys waiting to be experienced, no doubt. Thanks again, and a very Happy New Year to you and yours.

    • My pleasure, Paul, and thank you very much for the re-blog. Blogging awards are a good way of drawing others’ attention to bloggers that one admires, so in that way, they serve a purpose, I suppose! BTW, that gorgeous little munchkin in your pic reminds me of my little blondies at that age (-:

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