Who doesn’t love an award??

The other day I was enjoying reading the comments that I received on my most recent post and replying to many of them. I’m still getting used the fact that people out there are actually reading my stuff, let alone liking it!

So, needless to say, I was surprised to be nominated for a Premio Dardo award by a terrific blogger who calls herself truejoy1986 at Love at the Speed of Life. Thank you very much! (Although I might argue about the cultural, ethical, or literary merits of my silly little blog!)


Premio Dardos means “prize darts” in Spanish and is given “in recognition of cultural, ethical, literary, and personal values transmitted in the form of creative and original writing.”

This award comes with the following rules:

1) Include the Premio Dardos Award Picture and the name of the person that nominated you (Include a link to their blog)

2) Nominate 15 other blogs and notify them!

3) Thank the blogger who nominated you in your blog and link back.

I’ve seen these awards make the rounds of most of the blogs I follow these last few weeks, so finding 15 that have not already been nominated is difficult. Being the consummate rule follower that I am, it is very difficult for me to do this, but I am going to break rule number two!

Instead of nominating 15 other blogs, I’ll do something rebellious..

If anyone reads this who has not already been nominated, or even if you have been (I am not the Premio Dardos Police – if you want another, who am I to judge?) I hereby nominate you for a Premio Dardos award! 

Congratulations, and you’re welcome! 😉


6 thoughts on “Who doesn’t love an award??

  1. I’ve read this Rita but I guess I’m not ready for any award but I’ll be honored nontheless. Just like you I’m just enjoying reading other blogs and commenting on them so I’m not used to doing this award thing but I’m really enjoying reading about them since it helps me getting to know the other bloggers better 🙂 Congratulations on your award and I think you deserve it since I don’t agree that you have to argue on the cultural, ethical or literary merit of your blogs 🙂


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