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Dragon’s Loyalty Award

Jo of Jo Robinson and I began enjoying conversations at her blog. We discussed some of our interests, the process of writing, and where ideas come from. I was honored to find that these discussions led to my being nominated for a Dragon’s Loyalty Award.

Dragon's Loyalty Award

I quote from her site:

“The Dragon’s Loyalty Award is an award for the loyal fan/commenter, whether the recipient is a fellow blogger or just someone who follows and comments regularly.

“The rules to fully accept the award are:
1. Display the award on your site – either on your award page or in your sidebar.
2. Link back to the person who gave you the award in your acceptance post.
3. Nominate 15 well-deserving bloggers for the award, and let them know by sending a message to their site.
4. List 7 interesting facts about yourself.”

In addition to Jo (who nominated me for this award), I would like to recognize the following bloggers as the ones who contributed some of the most essential threads to the fabric of my blog by being the most conspicuous visitors.
(in reverse alphabetical order, for non-preferential treatment…and to turn you upside down)


 Syd of The Truth Shall Set You Free
 Ohnwentsya of Spirit In Action
 Mama D of RitesReader
IllicitByNatureThumbnailLouise of Illicit By Nature
 Little Miss Menopause of Once Upon Your Prime
 Leni of All Things Moocable
 Jode of Jode Gray
 Jess of jmgajda
 Jeff of Deconstructing Myths
 Heidi of heidi ruckriegel
 H3nry of high-grade discourse
 DandelionSalad of Dandelion Salad
 Claire of Electrica In The Desert
 Chris of Uncivil Liberties
 Bob of MightyTurk

Seven interesting facts about myself

GraceWeaving1. I, Weaver Grace truly am a weaver who uses a loom

a tulip in my front lawn garden in May2. I photograph my gardens to compare the yearly changes

one of the gardens in our front yard3. I have always loved to grow plants (not much mowed lawn here)

we pureed tomatoes using an old hand-crank "squeezer"4. I enjoy growing, preparing, and eating foods that are nutrient-dense

completing a puzzle named Checkerboard Cat5. My husband and I are having a blast working on one of the most difficult jigsaw puzzles that Springbok makes

6. to 7. My book shelves and piles contain the following topics:

  • Natural history, gardening, homesteading
  • House maintenance, repairs and improvements
  • Spirituality
  • Fiction, poetry
  • Weaving, painting, drawing
  • Health care, food preparation, running, physiology
  • Logic puzzles, algebra
  • Sustainability, privilege, corporations
  • Business management, psychology, sociology, philosophy
  • Dictionaries and thesauruses
  • Computer software and programming
  • Investing, income tax preparation

Thanks, Jo

for this opportunity to share the WordPress Dragon’s Loyalty Award tradition.

Now my dear readers

please describe how you chose the blogs that you follow, and why you leave comments there. When have you refrained from commenting?