Wonderful Team Member Readership Award
By: Sheri de Grom
I hadn’t heard of the ‘Wonderful Team Member Readership Award’ until it was presented to me by Jodi. Jodi and I haven’t been following each other long and more or less bumped into each other by following some of the same people.
Jodi’s blog routinely reminds me of important changes I might elect to simplify my daily life. The changes are often easy yet they are profound and might affect positive outcomes for generations. You’ll find Jodi’s blog here.
The team member readership award really is all about blogging and how much we appreciate each of our readers and the comments they leave on our blogs. We do become teams as we promote the work of others and we often become friends in this large virtual universe we all live in.
It’s my pleasure to pass the Wonderful Team Member Readership Award to the readers that have and continue to be the cornerstone supporters of my blog:
Mae – http://maeclair.net
Writing tales of myth, mystery, and contemporary romantic suspense.
Poet, Writer, Reader and Lover of Music
Florence – http://ramblingsfromtheleft.wordpress.com
The Birth of a Collector
Patti – www.patriciayagerdelagrange.com
Grab a ticket, life’s a trip!
Patty’s blog centers on her faith in God and her family.
Writer of poetry, novels, and memories. Jane’s blogs are rich with travel explorations and
dining out adventures.
Len – http://myownheart.me
My true self and my insanity.
Tameri – http://tameritherton.com
A cup of tea and sorcery.
Cristy – http://paltrymeanderings.com
Miss Snarky Pants is a recovering attorney. Most recently two of her poems were featured in Karen Rose’s New York Times’ best selling novel, Count to Ten.
Everyone has a story.
My life through a camera.
**Special note – if it weren’t for my young friend Sarah and another special friend, Bonnie, I wouldn’t have a blog to call my own.
Old news, new news and stuff some cat drug in from Alabama to Columbia. Exquisite photography.
John writes poetry and prose and often the setting is Monterey, California. Everyone knows I left my heart in Monterey and Carmel when Fort Ord closed in 1994.
Thank you to my early supporters that continue to stick with me as each post comes up. I appreciate your loyalty more than I have words to express. I’ve learned a lot from reading your blogs and I know I’ll discover much more as the journey continues. Thank you my blogging friends.