Paula of Locks Park Farm bestowed a “proximation” award on my blog. She explains it very humorously here.
The award is intended to link many people together who have become friends online so that we can all enjoy new friends. It’s sort of like the blogging version of the chain letter, but nothing bad will happen to you if you break the chain. You’ll just miss out on the fun! Okay, so it’s a little trouble. Get over it!
The award seems to be translated from Spanish. I won’t change the wording, because it has its own quaint charm. I’m thinking “bows” means ties, for example.
This blog invests in and believes in the “proximity,” meaning that blogging makes us ‘close’ . They all are charmed with the blogs, where in the majority of its aims are to show the marvels and to do friendship; there are persons who are not interested when we give them a prize, and then they help to cut these bows; do we want that they are cut, or that they propagate? Then let’s try to give more attention to them! So with this prize we must deliver it to 8 bloggers that in turn must make the same thing and put this text.”
I’ve been on the road for a week speeding through southern Utah, gaping and gawking at the magnificent scenery, so I’ve been out of touch. (My husband did the 1,500 miles of driving out of Las Vegas, while I had the hard task of capturing the sights on my camera….ha, ha.) I’ll be posting photographs and my awe-struck thoughts and observations in a future post or posts.
In the meantime, I’m eagerly reading everyone’s blogs again and am thrilled to be able to share these blogs with you. The honorees can bestow their own “proximation” awards, if they want. Many have already earned numerous awards. You’ll enjoy these blogs, I promise.
- A Very Fine Romance
- DR Corner
- Elisse Stuart
- Flint Hills, Tall Grass
- Poet Verse
- Ripple Effects
- the Victorian era
- Thinking Outloud
- And here’s Paula’s blog, Locks Park Farm