So yesterday morning I went to the site to vote because our district's junior high, Cactus Canyon, has an award winning blog, the Cougar News Blog and I wanted to show my support.
Out of curiosity, I clicked on the various categories to see if I could recognize any other blogs and to my surprise, I found that my blog had been nominated.
|Photo by @BethanyLigon (March 2015) |
Modified by @BethanyLigon (December 2015)
Maybe I'm alone in this, maybe I'm not the only one, but when I started this blog, I had no idea if people would read what I had to say. But I knew that I wanted, maybe needed, a space to share out my ideas. And so every post I have written and will write in the future is composed simply because I want to connect with others. Whether or not we agree is besides the point. I want to challenge you in your thinking just as much as I want to be challenged by your thinking.
If what you read on this blog resonates with you, you can voice your vote by CLICKING HERE. You can vote once a day from the same IP address until December 16, 2015.
Thanks so much!
Offering my BEST to you,
P.S. Thanks to @MeaghanDavis19 for her nomination of this blog. She's a dynamic individual who has amazing thoughts. You can check out her blog: We Make the Weather.
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