Yahoo! Natalie Murphy AND Stephanie McGee both gave me the One Lovely Blog Award!
Rules are as follows:
1.Pass the award to 15 other blogs that you’ve newly discovered.
2. Contact the bloggers to let them know they’ve been chosen.
Numbers have never been my strong point, but here are my nominees!
L.T. Host at Quest: Published
Matt at Free the Princess
Bane of Anubis at Bane’s Blogging Blues
Anissa at Anissa Off the Record
Valerie Geary at Something to Write About
Susan Mills at A Walk in My Shoes
Natalie Bahm at Natalie Bahm
Tamika at The Write Worship
Amalia at Good to Begin Well, Better to End Well
Megan Rebekah at Megan Rebekah Blogs… And Writes
Woohoo! Nothing like spreading the love on a Monday. (Okay, it’s still Sunday here, but I’m betting most of you are ahead of Alaska Time.)
Also… In my excitement about Egyptian toys, I forgot this weekend’s word game. But I think it works for Monday too- I know I need all the help I can get making Monday’s bearable.
Today’s word is…
EXTIRPATE: (verb) to pull out by the roots, to destroy completely
My sentence: I will extirpate every gray hair on my head, including the one eyebrow hair that keeps growing back.
Thanks!!! I'm loving your blog too!
Extirpate is bound to score me some big points next time I play scrabble, and then I shall extirpate my competition!
Now I just have to wait for someone to put ATE on the board, and have EXTIRP in my tray ready to pounce!
I love Scrabble, Amalia! I haven't played that in ages- I'll have to pull that one out at Thanksgiving.
lovely award u got…and lovely blog too
Yeah, I just saw this. Ay yi yi now I have to think of people to nominate?
Ooh… thanks — and that's a word I like… makes me think of scalping 🙂
Thank you. That's so sweet of you. I'm flattered. And don't extirpate your gray hair. Just buy a box of hair color. 🙂
I love your sentence Stephanie! That is exactly how I feel about the gray hair all over my head! No really I have too many for thirty.
Thanks for this award! I cannot express my gratitude enough. My Monday is looking up. Halleujah!
Aw, thanks Stephanie 🙂
I am going to extirpate every single modicum of triteness from my manuscript!
We have Super Scrabble that we will be breaking out for the holidays. We keep it at our parents house for just such occasions–there are five of us "kids" and when we all get home with our SO's, that means it is SCRABBLE time! The SO's unfortunately seem less interested in Scrabble on the whole. We force them to play anyway.
I'll let you know if I win this year. haha!
Thanks, Stephanie. That so flattering. 🙂 I love your blog too!