The Versatile Blogger Award

I have been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award HERE, which is awesome and I appreciate Moxie for the nomination. Having been on WordPress for less than a month I am enjoying making connections with the community here.


The Versatile Blogger Award rules:
1. Thank the person who gave you this award. That’s common courtesy.
2. Include a link to their blog. That’s also common courtesy — if you can figure out how to do it.
3. Next, select 15 blogs/bloggers that you’ve recently discovered or follow regularly.
4. Nominate those 15 bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award — you might include a link back to the post on your site announcing their nomination.
5. Finally, tell the person who nominated you 7 things about yourself.

Here is a list of Bloggers I would like to nominate, of course I encourage you ALL to check them out, it is all about community when it comes to Blogging 😉 With that being said I will link to their most recent post, so you can get in some WONDERFUL reading as well…

I can find 12 blogs at the moment. There are more I know.

7 Things About Me…

  • I enjoy cooking, especially breakfast.
  • I enjoy romantic comedies
  • I am a fan of British TV
  • Right now I am watching the UK Election Results
  • Blogging is something I enjoy very much, in case you didn’t know.
  • I work for a blood bank
  • My nick name is “T-Bird”

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Tony "T-Bird" Burgess

Hi there, my name is Tony Burgess from Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA. I am a believer, bleeding-heart, idealist, and blogger. I'm married to Laura and Cody is our dog. Daily I work for a blood bank. My blog is where I chronicle and curate the sacred, serious, and silly things in my life. I am a member of The Episcopal Church. Thank you for connecting with me. Grace, peace, and love!

9 thoughts on “The Versatile Blogger Award”

  1. Yo T-Bird… hahaha I just really wanted to say that.. or type it.. although I said it in my head… okay ANYWAY. I enjoyed reading this! So the UK does elections.. I wonder are they the same as the US elections? If not what is different about them?

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    1. In the UK each party elects a leader and during the general election the party who elects the most members of parliament will have that leader called upon to form a government by the queen.

      In the US candidates are nominated by parties based upon who has the most delegates to the nominating convention. Then the candidates will run against each other in the presidential election held every four years.

      I hope that makes sense.

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  2. Thanks again, and here’s 7 facts about me:
    1. I’m retired
    2. I’ happily divorced
    3. I have 2 daughters
    4. My morning oatmeal is cooking all by itself on a low heat as we speak
    5. I have diabetes
    6. I enjoy blogging
    7. I enjoy crafts


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