The 2017 Respect Award

I stopped doing awards because I want to put the message in the center of the attention and not my person. But this award has a special meaning to me because the person who created and forwarded it is deeply respected by me.
It is an honor to receive this award from you, Robert! Thank you from my heart and know that I appreciate you and your gesture very much!

Art by Rob Goldstein

I give this award out once a year as a way to acknowledge
and show respect to fellow bloggers.

I respect you because, you’re compassionate, witty, interesting,
rebellious, imaginative, patient, open-minded, and creative.

I respect you because you are generous with your words and
support; you walk your talk.

I respect you because you raise my spirits and make me smile.

I respect you because you make me a better blogger.

I respect you because you make me feel human.

Nominees don’t have to do a thing.  Nada.  Nothing.

I’ve done my best to avoid nominating people who don’t accept
awards.

But again, this is a no obligation award.

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