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The Sisterhood of World Bloggers Award

I want to thank Cheryle of lightwalker1 for nominating me for The Sisterhood of World Bloggers Award.  I am so very honoured and grateful for her consideration.  Please pop over to her blog.  She is a new blogger and dynamic writer that’s sure to delight you.  The Sisterhood of World Bloggers Award is given to writers who express the unique female experience. The Rules for Accepting and Nominating are as follows: Thank the blogger who nominated you and link back to their site. Put the award logo on your blog. Answer the ten questions sent to you. Nominate seven blogs. Make a list of ten questions for your nominees. My Answers to the Questions: What is your biggest fear and why? Being successful, I would then have to accept that I can do anything I set my mind to.  No more excuses. What are you motivated by? The dream of freedom.  Free from lack, from heartache, from pain.  Having the freedom to live with ease. What was the last dream you remember? Going home to the stars and meeting Merlin. What is your favorite book and why? Your Soul’s Gift by Robert Schwartz.  A book of hope and healing. If you could sit down and have a conversation with anyone, dead or alive, who would it be? My friend Ann.  I miss her so much.  She taught me about unconditional love in friendship. When you were younger, what did you want […]

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