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.

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The Liebster Award!

I’ve been nominated for an award! It’s a blogger award disguised as a way to get to know other bloggers and promote each other. Yay – let’s have a blog-in. Hug it out everyone!!!

I was nominated by “Human Soles” for the Liebster Award! Thank you, love shared all round! Love, peace and happiness sent from Human Soles!

Here are the Award rules to follow:

Once you are nominated, make a post thanking and linking the person who nominated you.

– Include the Liebster Award sticker in the post too.

– Nominate 10 other bloggers who you feel are worthy of this award. Let them know they have been nominated by commenting on one of their posts. You can also nominate the person who nominated you.

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It’s Thursday, All Day Long

Hecoffee2llo friends Its Thursday all day long. A day closer to the weekend and for many of us it can’t come too soon. Lets see what this day unfolds that is the drama of living I think. Right about now I could use some coffee. Some of you have already downed a pot which is admirable. Have a great day good people.

The United Kingdom Goes To The Polls on May 7, 2015

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(From BBC News) Millions of people will be casting their votes in the UK general election later.

Polls open at 07:00 BST at around 50,000 polling stations across the country.

A total of 650 Westminster MPs will be elected, with about 50 million people registered to vote.

As well as the general election, there are more than 9,000 council seats being contested across 279 English local authorities.

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One of these people will become Prime Minister. The main three names include the incumbent Prime Minister David Cameron, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Labour leader Ed Milliband. The race is tight and it could be another coalition government ahead. Lets see what happens. Get your tea and scones ready.