Award ceremony – February 2019.


(See page 1 for thanks and intro.)

FROM: The Unlikely Warrior, who is a teenager looking for her place in this world. Plagued by depression, she shares her struggles via prose, as well as poetry. Go check her blog out and share your light, so that her darkness brightens.


  1. Thank the person that tagged you.
  2. Explain what it is about.
  3. Display the rules.
  4. Explain your good deed that you did.
  5. Nominate others to share the word.


This tag is about giving back to the community and doing a good deed. If you are tagged, you are required to do one good deed, then post about it and nominate someone else.


Definitely not an easy task. What even is a good deed?

Am I just a terrible person, who does nothing good?

Or do I just do things without thinking and realizing that they are “good deeds”?

Most recently, I regularly visited someone in the hospital and provided them with some reading materials and much needed company. Does that count?




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  1. I started blogging in 2012, kicking and screaming. πŸ™‚

    I was trying to find a publisher for my book and an agent said that no publisher was going to look at a writer who didn’t have “a platform” of over 400. I had no conception of what that meant, so I asked my friend Vickie, “What’s a platform?” She explained that I needed a blog. She helped me set it up, and was actively blogging unti she went to school. She hasn’t blogged since that time.

    Blogging became a passion all its own, just as it has become for you. When I push the “follow” button, I rarely unfollow. Don’t worry about who follows or unfollows — the right people are there at the right time. πŸ™‚

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    1. “Kicking and screaming”? Interesting. I don’t hear such an origin story often (if at all).

      That’s why I created Twitter – to have online “presence”, because I feel like no one will approve of me as a serious writer if I don’t have all sorts of platforms I can use to promote my work. But I cannot get into Twitter… Maybe one day.

      I didn’t mean unfollows per say. I meant people, who just stopped blogging along the way. But you are so right. Thank you for such wise, supportive words.

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    1. Thank you.

      I’m glad you found it entertaining. I don’t see myself as a funny person, but sometimes I say something that I consider funny. And if no one laughs then, then… So yea, glad you did!

      Or maybe I’m just… a dragon?

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    1. Thanks. I will delete it.

      I’ve been thinking about you and keep forgetting to reach out. I think we were supposed to do a coordinated post. Right? I think the date has come and gone… I’ve just been crazy busy. I just wanted to let you know I feel guilty. It’s not like me 😦 Please forgive me.

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      1. ‘Goldie’s Day’, yes — but we hadn’t agreed on an actual date. I thought, on the day of this year’s Summer Solstice, that that might be a good day. Maybe next year?

        Please don’t feel guilty. No forgiveness required πŸ™‚

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