Sunday, November 20, 2011

Versatile Blogger Award

Both Mikki over at We're Making up for Lost Time and Composing Us gave me the Versatile Blogger Award. I thank them both kindly. I appreciate thought and the award very much. I have enjoyed reading the seven things about many of my friends, but actually they have given me a very difficult task. You know I’ve been blogging for 5 ½ years now. There’s really not much left to tell unless you want my address and bra size! LOL! But I guess there are new readers checking in all the time so maybe some of this will be new to them.

Here were the rules:

Thank the award giver and link back to them on your post.
Share 7 things about yourself.
Pass this award along to 15 blogs you enjoy reading.
Contact your chosen bloggers to let them know about the award.

1. I love getting older! My 50’s (I’m half way through now) have been wonderful. I’ve opened myself up so much more to my husband so we’re closer. I’m to the point of my career where it’s going to take more paper work to fire me than to leave me alone, so mostly they leave me alone. And I have the joy of an empty nest, together with the knowledge that my children turned out well. They each have goals for their lives and are working to achieve them. They are happy and healthy and looking to their futures. Can’t ask for much more than that.

2. I am a firm believer in reincarnation. I was born with this belief and I remember being about 4 and asking my Dad if I could come back as a boy the next time. Dad didn’t believe in reincarnation at that time but he had read much about it and had an open mind. His answer was, “You’ll have to ask God about that.” I still believe, but I DON’T what to come back as a boy!

3. I LOVE spanking pictures, but only males spanking females. Women as spankers don’t do a thing for me.

4. My goal, my fantasy, my dream is to be able to publish Cassie’s stories as a series of books. The first one is all done and ready. A publisher is very interested but the wheels grind slowly.

5. This blog has brought into my life amazing happiness and joy and also gripping sadness and depression. Even with that traumatic experience I am inordinately happy that I found this community and became a part of it.

6. I communicate a thousand times better through the key board than I can in real life conversations. I hate face to face confrontations and used to go to any length to avoid them. I’m better than I was, but I would still prefer to write my thoughts.

7. I love being home!! My favorite day is one were I don’t leave the house for anything. I can write, read blogs, watch TV, listen to music, nap – anything I want. I think I would make a good hermit as long as I had an internet connection.


There you have it. I hope some of this is new to someone. Many of my favorite blogs have received this nod so I will do as Faerie did ask all who are willing to participate to consider yourself nominated or awarded or whatever! Let’s go with those seven things.

Written by PK at 1:00 AM

12 comments

12 Comments:

At 2:26 AM, Blogger Lea said...

I'm with you on #6! I'm terrible at meeting people. I'm newer to your blog and didn't know any of those things, so thanks for sharing! :-)

 
At 7:36 AM, Blogger Paul said...

PK, I knew six of these things.
I hope that Cassie will be available for Kindle, as reading becomes more difficult.
Love and warm hugs,
Paul.

 
At 8:38 AM, Blogger sunnygirl said...

Being new to your blog there were a lot of things I didn't know. But I do know I relate to so many of the things in previous posts and now I know why. We are kindred souls.
Looking forward to Cassie being published. I will certainly be among the first purchasers.
As always I await your next post.

 
At 10:23 AM, Blogger ronnie said...

Congratulations PK. I can't wait for Cassie to be published and don't forget I want a signed copy please.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

 
At 12:07 PM, Blogger faerie said...

I am so with you on #7 having often thought I would be very happy as a hermit. Looking forward to the book, I'd also like an autographed copy please.

 
At 7:41 PM, Blogger kiwigirliegirl said...

lovely to know some more about you PK....nice post and congrats on the award :D
love and hugs kiwi xxx

 
At 8:35 PM, Blogger PK said...

Thank you for being here Lea. I'm sure people come and go often out here. But it's always fun to get to know others.

Paul,
I hope so to. I have a firm yes that they want to publish it then much time passes and I hear nothing. I could publish it myself, and I could promote it here but there are so many people that reading spanking books that never touch a computer and I need someone that knows what they are doing to reach those people.

Sunnygirl,
Thanks! Cassie must be too busy these day to talk to me. She usually waits until I'm covered up at work or something and then wants to tell me a new story. But I wish she would hurry. I'd like to hear another one myself.

Ronnie,
If it ever get to real book form you for sure have an autograph copy!! One of the first.

Faerie,
The second one is your! My parents loved to travel and went all over the world. They often took me too and I enjoyed it. But for myself I have little desire to travel. I'm happy right here.

Thanks Kiwk,
I'm waiting to read yours. Post soon.

 
At 10:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well if you ever do come back as a girl again don't wait so long to open yourself up to your inner self. Hugs Kay

 
At 11:23 PM, Blogger Mikki said...

I can so relate to most of your 7... although I don't know about reincarnation... but if it does exist... I'd like to come back as either a house cat or a man... either would have a lot less on my plate! *giggling* ((hugs))

 
At 11:32 AM, Blogger faerie said...

PK, I was thinking(of course, what else would I do), I believe in reincarnation also, have you thought much about if you have been with your hubby in other lives? Just wondering as that is the way my mind goes sometimes.

 
At 8:52 PM, Blogger PK said...

Kay,
That’s for sure! If I get the chance again I am not wasting any time!

Mikki,
I think we come back as people but being a cat has always been a fantasy of mind!

Faerie,
Actually I’m pretty sure we were. I’ll email you about it sometime.

 
At 4:22 PM, Blogger Terpsichore said...

Have I really been off from reading blogs for this long...time to catch up...maybe I have just missed a few...anyways...thanks for sharing...I think it is great that you are trying to publish Cassie's stories...I too have a difficult time meeting and talking to people in person...I believe in reincarnation too but I know we have talked about that... :-)

 

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