I am honoured to be given this award, Sisterhood of the World Bloggers, from Ellie Marrandette www.newcreationsministries.wordpress.com ,one of my sweet blogging friends here. Ellie is a wonderful, kind-spirited person and author of several books. Ellie is very involved with her ministry and writes so eloquently about living healthy with the foods we eat, with a little twist — her writing always includes kindness and links her passages back to the bible.
A Bit About Ellie:
“When my husband felt called to become a pastor recently, we left sunny Arizona and the golfing profession, for the cold climate but warm and friendly residents of northeastern Ohio.
As an author, I’ve published one coming-of-age novel, Sometimes Marriage is a Real Crime, now available for the a very affordable price on Amazon.com! I also wrote a short novella, The Curious Proposal for Prosperity, Nevada, found on www.Smashwords.com for free. Currently I am working on a sequel to Sometimes . . . and my most recent non-fiction Christian book on our mental, physical and spiritual connection to food “Life’s Too Short to Eat Bad Cheese . . .” (nutritional and life lessons God teaches us) which can be found world-wide through Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and some major Christian distribution sites. . . . Read more about Ellie here
The receiver of the award is to link to the blogger who nominated them, post the award and nominate 10 others. We are then to answer 10 questions given by the person who nominated us. Here are Ellie’s questions for me below:
- Would you rather win an Oscar, Pulitzer, Nobel or other award? Why?
- What would be your dream job?
- What characteristics describe your ideal husband?
- What’s your favorite place to vacation?
- What’s your greatest skill?
- What was your first car?
- What were you like in high school?
- Have you met a celebrity? Who?
- Have you been on television?
- What historical person would you invite to dinner?
- Of course being a published author, it would be a dream to win a Pulitzer.
- I’m already doing my dream job – writing.
- I am blessed to have married the ideal husband. He’s kind, supportive, understanding, doesn’t complain when my other marriage partner, writing, interferes with plans or with forgetting to make him dinner sometimes. He adores me, tells me how much he loves me several times a day and doesn’t like going anywhere without me. I’d say I was lucky to find the ideal husband.
- My favourite place in the world is Arizona. In fact, Ellie used to live there just before we met here online. Coincidence? Maybe.
- Hmm, my greatest skill? I’ll just say I’m a Jill of many trades and maybe mastered a few.
- My first car was a white Ford Mustang. I moved away from home at eighteen and when I needed a car my father always let me borrow his and came to pick me up so I could use it. One day I was twenty-one, sitting at my desk in my part-time job managing a Recreation Center and my dad came to visit me, along with one of my brother’s friends. He wore a big smile as he placed some car keys in front of me and reminded me that he never forgot he’d buy me a car when I turned twenty-one. I was over the moon, and of course he brought someone with him so he could get a ride back home.
- In high school, I was a loner. I was a bookworm, not particularly attractive and somewhat overweight. I went to school for education. My friends were outside of school, but I had plenty of them.
- I’ve bumped into a few celebrities in my travels, mostly. One time I literally bumped into Robert Wagner walking through the hotel casino at the Mirage in Las Vegas. I think he may have been feeling a bit celebratory as he walked by with his wife Jill St. John.
- Yes, I’ve been on television. When I was in my early thirties, I took some acting classes and played an extra on a few crime shows that were popular at the time. Seriously, I can’t remember the name of the shows. Which reminds me, yes, I played a court scene with Armand Assante, and Christopher Plummer was also in one of the other shows I played a patron in a restaurant scene with.
- Now that’s a toughie. I’m going to say Ernest Hemingway because I’d like to ask the Great Pappa how we can become great writers if we “Write drunk, and edit sober.”
I am more than grateful for being recognized and bestowed this award along with so many others I’ve been granted, and in the spirit of what I’ve started doing in this past year with awards, I offer all my wonderful blogging friends to copy this award and post it on your own pages from me because we are all deserving, and definitely all part of the sisterhood of blogging here.
Becoming a new creation by applying Biblical nutritional principles of 2 Corinthians 5:17 (by Ellie http://www.newcreationsministries.wordpress.com/)
Source: Thank you for the “Sisterhood of the World” Award | New Creations Ministries
D.G. Kaye ©October 2015
20 thoughts on “Thank you for the “Sisterhood of the World” Award | New Creations Ministries”
I wonder how many of us were the loner introverts in high school. I imagine quite a few. Nice to learn more about you. Congrats on the award 🙂
Thanks for stopping by Diana. And yes, most likely it’s the creatives and writers who are the loners. 🙂
I enjoyed your answers here Debby. Hugs, and have a thriving Thursday!
Thanks so much Teag. And thanks for the Thanksgiving wishes. It’s a busy weekend! xo ❤
Thanks for sharing, Debby– good to know more about you!
Thanks for stopping by Damyanti and reading. 🙂
Ooo! You’ve been on TV? Wow, I don’t even care if you were just an extra, I want an autograph please 🙂
Congratulations on the award Debby.
Gosh, thanks Hugh! Thanks for taking the time to read through! How would you like that autograph sent? LOL xo
With a great big hug 🙂
It’s always a pleasure to learn more about you. Very interesting answers! 🙂
Thanks Carol. Isn’t funny each time we’re interviewed we get to know so many more things about each other that we never would have thought? ❤
First Congratulations Debby, and I loved reading more about you.. I relate to Number 7, I was the opposite.. Thin but was also a loner and felt very unattractive and didn’t have many friends outside of school 🙂 But I didn’t turn out too bad 😉 xxx Hugs Neither did YOU my friend BIG HUGS xxx
Well Sue, just one more creative mind in the same boat! ❤
Congratulations, Debby. I love the way you keep sharing yourself with the world.
Thanks Elaine. You know me, I get around, lol. 🙂
Always fun learning new things about friends, and this was no exception. I can imagine you as an extra on TV – bet they had to make sure that fiery red hair didn’t upstage the stars!
Lol Deb, they had an edge on me. I wasn’t allowed to speak, as a speaking part required an ACTA card, and would have resulted in them having to pay more. All I had was my hair to speak for me, lol. 🙂
I’m sure it got you noticed! I’ve been on the news once, taking part in a charity race, but as I was on board a horse at the time, my hair was hidden under a hat!
Too bad! That reminds me of when I go on vacation and go to the pool, I always wear a baseball cap while suntanning, to keep my hair colour from fading. With the hat and sunglasses, people who’ve met me during the day don’t recognize me at night on the cruise or at a resort, when I’m all cleaned up, and my red hair in full force, lol.