The Mystery Blogger Award

Mystery Blogger Award was created by Okoto Enigma.

She describes it as an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts.

Their blogs captivate; inspires and motivates.

They are the best and deserve the recognition they get.

This award is also for bloggers who find fun and inspiration in blogging
and they do it with so much passion.


As with all awards, the Mystery Blogger Award comes with some rules.

They are:

  • Post the award logo/image on your blog.
  • Thank whoever nominated you and give a link to their blog.Thank you, Josh Gross!


  • Mention the creator of the award and give a link as well.Done
  • Tell your readers 3 things about yourself.I went to High School in New York
    I’ve become a Twitter addict
    I started to write poetry when I was eight.

Nominate 10 – 20 people.

I went beyond the max because I read so many fine blogs.

If your name is on this list it’s because I want people to
see your blog, even if your blog is award free.

No one is obligated to accept and act on the award.

Here are just a few:

Aubrey’s Arch

Cindy Knoke

Sheldon Kleeman

But I Smile Anyway…

The Crazy Bag Lady

Poetic Parfait



Br Andrew’s Muses

Never 2 Old 2 Dream


“William’s Window”

Shattered in Him





A Poet’s Journey

Buffalo Tom Peabody’s blog 2

Living a Beautiful Life

Editing Life

Joyfully Stated

My Life

Space, Time, and Raspberries

Aloada Bobbins

Didi Oviatt

Rollie Writes

O at the Edges

Dream Big, Dream Often


Life of an El Paso Woman

It Is What It Is

  • Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog.Will do


  • Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice; with one weird or funny question (specify).
    If you could start your life over again, what would you do differently?

    How do you manage conflict?

    What is your favorite Looney Toon? If possible, link to it on YouTube

    Share a time in your life when you had to use your wits.

    What do you think is the most important element of a good life?

  • Share a link to your best post(s).
    A Gilded Throne of Lies
  • List the rules.


33 thoughts on “The Mystery Blogger Award

    1. Thank you for the award Josh. I’m, better. There are times when life brings you to a full stop, and it hurts like hell and forces you to have insights that you can use.

      I hope that made sense .

      Thank you for the award.

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  1. Thanks so much for the nomination!
    I like you becoming a Twitter addict. I lurve Twitter, even though I’m a mere binger. πŸ˜›

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    1. If I’m right, millions of Americans now use Twitter to spread political information
      and calls to action.

      This was always true but Trump’s use of Twitter has inspired people either to join Twitter
      for the first time or to start using Twitter to affect government policy.

      I got phone numbers, reminders to call and dates from Twitter.

      I made calls to my reps every day and shared the results.

      This is the equivalent of hundreds of millions of people demonstrating on the
      streets of every American city every day 24 Hours a day for three months.

      I’m not the only American making daily calls, tweeting memes and new information
      to my reps.

      I’m not the only American faxing them my concerns.

      I’m not the only American focused on pressuring Democrats to make Republicans
      give back that stolen seat on the Supreme Court.

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      1. Well, I mostly enjoy LAUGHING on Twitter, but I won’t deny it’s great for spreading information. I don’t call every day. I should, but I don’t. Good for you, Robert.

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      2. I just watched a Maddow Report.

        People in New Jersey showed up at their reps office every Friday to demand A vote against the GOP bill.

        Certainly the GOP will use other strategies to achieve their goals but today is a victory for democracy.

        Democracy when Americans unite to take a stand.

        It wasn’t just progressives who were against gutting the ACA.

        I said to friend that I feel like we’ve gotten a weekend off in America.

        Of course on Monday we have to get back to the business of fighting the cesspool in Washington and the dystopian Hell of Trump’s Oligarchy.

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      3. Indeed. I almost said earlier that my R Rep’s lines are always busy. They don’t wanna hear it, cause they know what they’re gonna hear.
        It was a great day for the republic.
        I even had conservative friends pleased it didn’t pass.

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  2. Congratulations, Rob! You’re so well deserving of this award, I’m happy to see you nominated.
    Haha, Twitter addiction is pretty common! I enjoy it and would like to spend more time tweeting. πŸ™‚

    Thanks so very much for the nomination! I can’t tell you how much I appreciate that you thought of me. I’m happy to participate, although it might take me a few days to get a post together.

    Thanks again and hope your weekend is off to a wonderful start! Mine sure is, much thanks to you. πŸ™‚

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  3. Robert, you’re amazing! I’m completely honored to accept the award! I’ll be posting mine tomorrow! Thanks for the shout out!

    Starting to write poetry at 8 is outstanding, no wonder you’re so gifted! I love your posts!

    P.S. I too am a twitter addict lol πŸ˜‰

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    1. For the longest time I used Twitter as a promotional tool.

      Now It’s something else. It gives an internet nobody the power to directly communicate with our political leadership.

      This is a new kind of direct activism.

      I haven’t been this politically engaged since the 80’s.

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      1. There is no better reason to be addicted than that!! Mine is a little different. I only recently activated my Twitter account (in October 2016) in effort to put myself out there as a fresh new Author.. So I think my current obsession roots more from the drive to grow πŸ™‚

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