Christine told her this about said award:
"Given for recognition of cultural, ethical, literary, and
personal values transmitted in the form of creative and
original writing... created with the intention of promoting
fraternization between bloggers, a way of showing affection
and gratitude for work that adds value to the Web".
Pretty fancy, huh? They call it the Smoking Typewriter
Award. So it is written. So it shall be.
Rule One of accepting this prestigious award calls for me
to put my name in a Google image search and share the
results. Turns out there is an artist with my name who
does some, um, interesting stuff. Check it out.
Now I don't know what you see here or what the artist's
intention was but what I see is, well:
A Perfectly Formed Turd
And then there was this little number:
Seems to me that A Perfectly Formed Turd has been
stretched out a bit, petrified and is holding a young lady's
legs apart. Um, I got nothin' on this one. Certainly nothing
fit to print in the same blog mentioning a fancy award.
Perhaps Blogland would like to provide comments on
None of this seems to be very cultural, ethical or literary
but maybe the inventor of this award never counted on me
getting it and apparently NEVER Googled my name. So I ask
you, can I help it if those are the rules?
And so onward and upward hopefully.
Rule Two of award acceptance calls for me to pass the
award along to 10 worthy bloggers who also exemplify the
spirit of the Premios Dardo. Now you'd think this part would
be easy, I mean if I got it the bar is pretty low here...
(No offense Natasha - you are the bomb!)
I will do a few anyway...
life in America's most dangerous city and raising a family in it.
Thought provoking and powerful and amazing photos to boot.
2. Idiot's Stew for allowing us an inside look at a thinking
Wow so far they are all men (number one is a husband and wife
team) - I didn't even follow any men for the first few months...
go where no one dares with dignity and grace.
losing her true love, her soulmate and her husband of nearly
12 years. Written in letters. Moving. Amazing.
Y'all run off now and read these amazing bloggers. I got