Beautiful Blogger Award Plus Writing Contest Information (Update)

Beautiful BloggerAward

Award from Amy at : Amy Keeping Up With the Schultz Family

To see how wonderful Amy is, please click on:

Thank U so much, Amy. I appreciate it, and feel honored. xxxx

Rules to Accept the Award:

  1. Thank the person giving you this award.
  2. Copy the award to your blog
  3. place a link to their blog
  4. Name 7 tidbits people don’t know about you from reading your blog.
  5. Nominate 7 Bloggers.
  6. Place a link to those Blogger.
  7. Leave a comment letting those Bloggers know about the award.

Seven (7) things about me:

  1. I am left-handed.
  2. I am afraid of earthworms, snakes, and anything that wiggly, ;(.
  3. While I lived in Hyde Park of Chicago, I broke one of my son’s baby stroller wheels while pushing too hard in the snowy road.
  4. I saw Laura Bush in her Library Reading Festival in 1999 while I lived in Austin, Texas. I was offered free cookies, a cup of punch, and given a children’s book.
  5. I enjoy spicy food in general.
  6. I got my driver’s license in Austin, TX.
  7. I had three best friends who shared a same character in our names, and the relation has lasted from 2nd grade to 7th grade, that’s about seven years. That’s the most precious and unforgettable memories which I still cherish today.

Nominate 7: I would like to give this award to 7 Bloggers who are not Thursday Poets’ Rally members:

#1: Doraz

#2: alohasara

#3: V. L. Gregory

#4: Corve DaCosta

#5: David L. Harrisonhttp:

#6: souldose

#7: sheila

In addition, Participants for week 7 Thursday Poets’ Rally automatically win this award. U R The Best! Check it out who are in and welcome to continue joining in our efforts in reading, sharing, commenting on poetry! enjoy 😉 😉 ;).

Additional Information:

#1: Contests and such: (Please feel free to do or forget about it, I find this randomly on internet. 😉 )

#2: Voting time:

The Word of the Month Poetry Contest entries are in and time for voting has begun.  The polls will close on the 27th, and the winner for the February Word of the Month Hall of Fame Poet will be announced on the 28th. There are over twenty poems entered that explored the word ROAD.  They are all well constructed and beautiful.  Please go ahead and read all of them before you vote for your favorite.  Please check out the link below to read and vote, you can only vote for one entry. Thank U in advance and Good Luck!




A PINK flower

A PINK flower

Feels sad

And bad.

She admires her sister RED,

She dreams about GOLD,

She wishes to be GREEN,

And she wants to be friends with BLUE.

As she grows,

PINK is the only color her body shows,

So PINK knows

Life is NOT as perfect as a rose.

The PINK flower feels good

As soon as she understood


She is unique in her neighborhood.


Happy Wednesday 2 U All!   🙂 😉 😉

For information about our Thursday Poets’ Rally week 7, please click on:


Come on,

Turn off your computer,

Stop the languishing inside you,

Watch the sunset.

It lasts only for a while,

But it has an impact.

The fire behind the clouds

Invite you to change your style

And concentrate.

The beauty of this sparkling light

Won’t last long,

Please come along,

Sing your favorite song,

Allow your eyes

To be filled with tears

of love

and gentleness.

Awaken your potential,

Capture the moment

Before you move on

Thursday Poets’ Rally Week 7 (Feb 25-March 3, 2010)

Hello, Everyone:

Welcome to Thursdays Poets’ Rally week 7.

Wow, I  have so much fun in week 6, how about U?

Mission Statement:

Participants are poets who are dedicated to spend the whole day promoting and celebrating poetry. By volunteering to reach out, make positive comments or encouragements to blogs that are new, these poets demonstrate leadership capacity and become backbone of future poetry advocacy leaders and seasoned poetry readers and writers.

Meanwhile, we welcome poets who are represented as fresh poets to join our leadership group under their own wish or motivation.  We expect our group to grow and expand  so that more poets are inspired, more poems are composed and shared, and  more joy or fulfillment in poetry is discovered.


#1: If you are a poet who is new and want to join our Thursday Poets’ Rally, comment here and let me know, I will add your on.

#2: Post a poem in your OWN blog on Thursdays.

#3: Go ahead and visit the blogs on the list, please make sure to make a minimum 12 positive comments on 12 different blogs where you have never commented before. This can be done on Thursday, or by next Thursday.

#4: Very important, please make sure to comment back when you are given comments.

#5: After you post a poem, commented a minimum 12 blogs, let me know and you will remain on the list the following week as active poets.

PS:Your link will NOT appear as participants UNLESS you commented below, I need your word of approval so that we have mutual understanding and respect upon this event. Thank U in Advance and Have FUN on the Rally!

Week 6 Perfect Poet Award Notification:

Please check the link below to view Rule of Acceptance of week 6 winners.

U must nominate one (1) previous participant along with your Thursday Poem Post!

Week 7 Participants:

wordwand (new)

Rajlakshmi (new)

Pat (New)

Doubtful poet (new post)

anthonynorth (new member)

megzone (new)

S Basu (new) (done, 😉 😉 ;))

moondai (done, 😉 😉 :))

Cheryl McNulty (new)

Yousei (new post) ( 😉 😉 ;))

Hello Hunter (new)


goatgirlbookworm (new)




william (new post)

nanno1982 (done, 😉 😉 ;))


justmeshakira ( 😉 😉 ;))


shoelessboywonder (new post)

fiveloaf ( 😉 😉 ;))

lauren (new)

drj3kyll(new post)

THE BEATY(new poem)

brian miller

(speedy, 😉 😉 ;))

ishabelle (done, 😉 😉 ;))

Michele Spector

Week 7 Fresh Poets to know and explore

Step Write Up

The Fool’s Back Pocket:

Beyond the blog

Inspiration Blogs:

Believe in yourself:

Humble Poet

Living on land


Moon’s melancholic mumblings

Poetically Fluent:

New American Writing and Drawing

Mellogyrl’s World

the Good Doctor

Existential Pause Poetry

Breasts Wild As Black Waves

A Poet’s Walk

A Poem A Day, poems written by elementary school kids after they attend creative writing camp:

Uncovering the mask

Simple Muses

Peggy Grosswiler’s Poetry

Mr. Lusko’s blog

Reflections of Me

Things not often said aloud

Sharmishtha Basu’s Poetries

Maekitso’s Cafe

Differentiate Me:

Uncovering the mask

Cerridwyn Tiponi’s Musings and Meanderings

cherylmcnulty’s Blog