The Entertainer Blogger Award

from laurelwolfelives

laurelwolfelives nominated anyone who wanted to take up the challenge.

So, thanks to laurelwolfelives

The Rules:

Thank the person who nominated you.
Add these rules to your blog
Answer all the questions below
Display a picture of the award
Nominate up to 12 other bloggers who are funny, inspiring and most of all, entertaining.

Questions Asked:

 Why did you start to blog?

I started the blog to advocate for people with Dissociative Identity Disorder; it broadened to include art, writing, and the evolving interests of my alternates.

What is your favorite book?

My favorite book is the ‘Blind Owl’ by Sadegh Hedyat

What do you dislike the most?

Hypocrisy and militant ignorance.

What is your favorite food at the mall?

I don’t go to the mall

What is your favorite pastime?

Photography and Writing

End of questions

I use award nominations as an excuse to point folks toward
blogs of interest and as a way of saying thank you to friends.

No one is under obligation to accept the award.

now,

my nominees who are informative or entertaining or both:

S. K. Nicholas

Jazz You Too

A Momma’s View

Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

DREAMS AND ESCAPES

Paul Militaru

joeyfullystated

Erika Kind

It Is What It Is

yadadarcyyada

Living a Beautiful Life

Cloud Walker

Beauty Beyond Bones

Eggshells

from Beauty Beyond Bones

BeautyBeyondBones

Have you ever baked a cake with a toddler?

If you haven’t, well, let’s just say that it’s…an experience.

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A cute, photo-op filled, splatter-fest, that, if you’re lucky, results in a cake that’s barely holding on for dear life.

This happened today.

You see, we’re celebrating my now-four-year-old niece’s birthday tonight while we’re all up at our lake home in Wisconsin for the Fourth of July.

And so this afternoon, part of making today special for her was to bake her birthday cake together.

She loves cooking in the kitchen, especially when it involves something sweet, so needless to say, she was having a ball.

And if you know anything about almost-four year olds, they are very independent, and want to do things themselves. And baking this cake was no different.

I’ll tell you what, the Type A perfectionist in me was doing everything I could to not just grab…

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Born Into a Carnival of Souls

Here are a few words I’ve seen scrawled in the alleys of San Francisco’s
Mission District:

We can’t know what we won’t comprehend.

We can’t stop the damage we won’t believe we cause.

These are the crazies, the dregs of the earth, the losers, and every other demeaning and dismissive word used to dismiss the powerless who suffer
the worst of the GOP’s abuses of power.

These people can’t afford to vote their conscience because they’re dying from the lousy choices of people who can.

I saw this scrawled on a wall in late 2016: Why do u want 2 Kill me?

That’s a damned good question.

A mind that ain’t inquisitive really doesn’t got
shit to live for if you can’t explore the
realms of thought you ought not test lest
you be chomped up, like a pop rock, stopped for a
bead from the weed lady, thought it was the bomb
Really wasn’t nuttin but a bag of strong palms

A human ain’t a human if he doesn’t make mistakes
And the name of this song is Swan Lake

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