The ABC award was created in 2011 by the Thought Palette as a tool to encourage bloggers to get to know ore about each other and build community.
The rules for Awesome Blog Content Award are:
1 Visit and thank the blogger who nominated you.
2 Acknowledge that blogger on your blog and a link back.
3 The recipient comes up with a word for each letter of the alphabet and writes about something relevant to that individual.
4 Nominate up to 15 bloggers for the Awesome Blog Content Award, provide a link to their blogs in your post, and notify them on their blogs.
5 Copy and paste the award somewhere on your blog.
A – Artichoke, one of my favorite foods in the entire world, and highly under utilized.
B – Bread, my father’s favorite food.
C – Classics, pushing against the category but also appreciating the oldies-but-goodies.
D – DIY, homemade homewares, cleaning products and toiletries.
E – Equanimity, for people regardless of origin, life choices, or flesh suit.
F – Food and Friendship, something that should nourish the soul and the body.
G – Greens, one of the keys to health and wellness (and the way to chew your anger right on out of your body).
H – Happiness, the practice.
I – Interesting, food, books, people.
J – Jars, my favorite storage containers.
K – Karma, slow working through.
L – Love, love love love. The only goal.
M – More, my favorite word to hear with from a loved one I’ve prepared meals for–preferably while extending a raised, cleared plate.
N – Natural, I worry about this word, so often… it is nice to be able to let it go when I am considering food.
O – the big O, Ha!
P – Precious, trying not to be so while seeing how others are.
Q – Quiet, how to find your voice and ‘true’ self.
R – Running, I hope to be able to do this, one day.
S – Sister, yay!
T – Togetherness, precious and a way to practice love and happiness.
U – Us, see above.
V – Voice, yours is already perfect… make it as loud as you need to and as quiet as you can.
W – Whimsey, what is life without?
X – X marks the spot?
Y – Yinka, sounds best with the word “Auntie” in front of it.
Z – Zen, yes.