Random Acts of Kindness Award

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My genuine and sincere thanks to both Richa from iScriblr and Stu from Something to Stu Over for nominating my blog for this award. Thank you both for tagging me. I appreciate it. Everyone l am sure you already know of Richa and Stu and their blogs, but if you don’t pop on over and have a read and don’t forget to like and hit follow. You’ll not be disappointed in either.

Now this award was created by none other than our favourite Michelle of Msw R Writings  and if you are not yet aware of Michelle either, then please do pop across and have a looksee and say hi! This is what Michelle says of this award.

This award is given to anyone you think shows kindness to another blogger or writer or to the community here on WordPress.

If you know someone who has shown you or anyone else an act of kindness please nominate them for this award.

I believe that any act of kindness no matter how small can significantly impact another’s life. So I feel it is great to acknowledge those who practice kindness.

The rules are simple.

1- Tell who you nominate and why.

2= Copy and share the picture that shows the award, posted above.

3- Share  a paragraph of something that impacted your own life in the way of receiving kindness or how you extended kindness to someone else.

4- Nominate anyone or share to your own page. If you so choose to Participate. Tag or pingback to the original person who nominated you, or the original post.

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Paragraph & Nominations

This is the one award that l do struggle with, as in nominations, l found it hard to nominate bloggers on my first time around and it is equally hard to nominate again, so this time l am not going to nominate any one particular blogger specifically.

In WordPress unlike any other social platform l have been on in the past, l find a very warming and friendly community of people, like – minded souls, who share in so many of the topics or subjects that l may write about and who write about such things themselves. Here l can find humour equally as much as comfort, companionship as much as friendship and an openess with both welcome arms and minds to everyone. In essence everyone that l follow, or who reads me, likes what l write, follows what l do or even comments and l likewise to them l am surrounded and in the same breath at times enveloped by who they are.

In truth, l find acts of kindness everyday that l log into my account from an array of people who can share in the sameness that we all share, and it is this that prevents me from nominating anyone today. In simpler terms, l cannot write all the names down in one post that l would like to nominate, so l would leave it as this, l nominate each and everyone of you that l interact with every day, and each and every one that interacts with me.

You are all wonderful people, and you all do wonderful things, you do more for a lot of people each and every day of each and every week of each and every month of each and every year than many of you actually realise.

You open up the doors to not only your minds, your experiences of your world, but you open up worlds for people, you allow them to explore your imagination, your humour, your drama, your sadness and happiness and you allow people to share with you all the wonders of your blog.

I would say that using that as a template, how could l possibly begin to nominate one or twenty people in one post, when everyone here shares kindness every time they log into their accounts and interact with our community.

You are all deserving of this award, all of you. Every day l am surprised by this fact and every day my life is impacted by our community.

So thank you for being who you are – don’t ever change.

Rory and Doodlepip

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