Greetings all! To celebrate my musings attaining 50 followers, I have decided on a new theme, and more importantly, to recognise my fellow bloggers for services rendered to the blogosphere and beyond. To that end today marks the first ever round of conferrals of the GARGIE AWARD!
Allow me to explain. In gargoyledom, the most prestigious award that can be attained is known as the Order of the Stony Groove and is conferred upon deserving gargoyles who have served the greater population in a particular field. After applying to the High Council for matters relating to gargoyle-fleshling relations, I am happy to say I have been approved as an official bearer of a modified version of the award…henceforth known as the GARGIE!
The obligations attached to the Gargie Award are as follows:
1. Display the award badge prominently on your site….if you want.
2. Publish a post to inform the world of your great achievement…..unless you can’t be bothered.
3. Nominate some fellow bloggers (who have been outstanding in their field…figuratively or literally) and tell us the particular way in which they have excelled….if you feel inclined.
4. Indicate to your nominees that they have received the award….provided you have completed step three.
Without further ado, the inaugral recipients of the Order of the Stony Groove (Fleshling Category), otherwise known as the Gargie Award are:
READING WITH RHYTHM http://readingwithrhythm.wordpress.com/ for services to canine-fleshling literacy development
1001 CHILDREN’S BOOKS http://1001kidsbooks.wordpress.com/ for services to me personally (in terms of book recommendations!) and to fleshlings opposed to aging.
FANTASTIC BOOK BLOG http://fantasticbookblog.wordpress.com/ for services to unmissable book covers that would otherwise never again have seen the light of day.
BOOK TO THE FUTURE http://bookmust.wordpress.com/ for services to non-pervy introverts with internet access and an interest in books
Congratulations my pretties! Your hard work has been recognised by gargoyle kind.
I will continue to confer awards as I see fit, possibly on a semi-regular basis, if I remember.
Until next time,