It’s awards season here at Canvas again. And just because I have been slightly delinquent in posting our thank yous, doesn’t mean that I have forgotten for one moment, or that we are any less grateful.
So, in chronological order:
Silverfox was so kind as to nominate us for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. I would like to give my thanks properly, but I am sad to report that when I clicked on the link to the post, I found that the site has been deleted. :( But, Silverfox, if you are reading this, know how very grateful we are for you honoring us. Merci beaucoup!
Next, our own lovely Angel honored us by bestowing the Outstanding Blogger (or, as she pointed out, in this case Bloggers) Award on those of us at Canvas, in her post, Awards! This is our first time receiving this one, which makes it that much more special. Angel, a very outstanding blogger both on Mirth and on Canvas, muchas gracias!
Whew. I feel like we just swept the Oscars! Though I know my speech was more than a bit lacking. ;)
So to make up for it, I say this. I am so grateful for everyone involved in this project. It is my privilege to work with some amazingly gifted writers here at Canvas, but more importantly, truly wonderful human beings. Their strength, resilience, kindness, and humility make me so proud to call them my friends.
And to those of you who read, I am grateful beyond measure. When Lulu and I started this, I had no idea what an amazing gift it would be in my life. I don’t think she did, either, but I won’t go so far as to speak for her, as she is very capable of doing that for herself! But we have all of you who read, comment, and inspire us to thank for what we have accomplished.
From the very bottom of my heart, lovelies.
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