I love getting blog awards. Just ignore this post: #1 and this one: #2 and these others: #3 and #4. Like I was saying, I love getting awards, but I don’t like the chain letter rules that are often attached. … Continue reading
By “whining” I mean crying my eyes out and by “saving the world” I mean saving myself and a select few.
I recently received two of the most amazing awards in the history of blogging. By “two of the most amazing awards” I mean two of the most obviously drug induced awards in the history of blogging.
The first was the “zombie apocalypse” award. This may not really be an award, but Love and Lunchmeat chose me to be on her team which will undoubtedly be the only people who survive when the world ends. I will miss all of you, and I hope that your death is as quick and as pain-free as possible.
Since this isn’t really an award, there are no rules that I need to follow. That is good because I’m not great at following rules.
The second award I received was from Edward Hotspur , the Twit Skyblogger award. Technically, I don’t have to follow the rules, but because I don’t want to make him cry, I’ll play along.
#4. I’ll have to come back to that one.
Thanks again for the awards!
p.s. I hereby pass these awards on to:
Anyone who reads this post.
Trying to tell some people that you don’t really like getting those rule-bound awards is like trying to nail jello to a tree…oh…awkward…I just received the Glitter E. Yaynus Award from Nailing Jello To A Tree. Ummm well, I guess I’m in it now.
Thanks…really…I was just joking earlier…
Anyway, the rules for this one are: thank the nominator, and confess 5 things about myself that make others want to kill me and list 5 things I’d be willing to shove up my derriere if held at gunpoint and forced to do so.
I just can’t thank you enough Nailing Jello.
One of the great things about being in a wheelchair is that most people pretend like they don’t want to kill me, but I imagine if they did, it would be for:
1. Being to slow. It’s kind of like road rage, but at slower speeds.
2. I think I’m funny…more often than I actually am funny. It gets annoying.
3. I’m actually pretty moody. One of my kids asked if I know how to laugh once. It made me even more depressed than usual. I’m trying to work on that one.
Sorry, but that is all I can think of now. Next time someone says “I want to kill you because of that” I will be sure to write it down.
As far as sticking things where the sun doesn’t shine, I don’t know…a suppository maybe? Oh, I’ve got one, baking soda and vinegar. If you are going to stick something up there, you might as well make it interesting.
Because I am so nice, I am not going to pass this award on to anyone. If I visit your blog quite often, you are probably one of the one’s I would have chosen. Feel free to sing my praises for not sharing another rule award…just don’t sing too loud, I don’t want to attract any more attention to this blog, people might want to pass on some more awards.