Eating Girl Scout cookies and frantically writing a post.
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Culture who?

About a week (or two) ago iVegas Dad gave me this award!  (Isn't he sweet?)  The award doesn't seem to have a name but it is supposed to honor bloggers who transmit cultural, literal, ethical, and personal values every day in their blog.  I think I'm pretty good about transmitting my ethical and personal values (I am pretty opinionated after all) buuuuuut... cultural values?  I suppose if you consider Bigfoot, zombies, and mutant platypi culture then... woo hoo!  I'm the sophisticated, refined girl for you!


Now the rule is to award 15 other bloggers with the same award. (I think the best thing about this award is that it's forcing me to visit people that I've been thinking about but haven't had the time to visit lately. Bad blogger!)


For A Different Kind of Girl

Woman on the Verge

Spinning Yellow

Lesbian Dad

Me and My Shadows


No Place Like It

Girl's Gone Child

You know... I just have to interrupt here for a moment... this is kind of a hard list because I don't know any bloggers who DON'T transmit their personal values every day.  Maybe those are just the type of blogs I like to read.  So, if you're not on this list, please don't be offended... I'll get to you at some point.  And if you ARE on this list and you've already gotten this award and you're totally sick of it... tough titties.  (Popular people are so high maintenance!)


Charlie Blockhead


A Family Runs Through It

Child's Play x2

Adventure Dad

Pretty much any blog that Liz Henry writes.

Hey, speaking of culturally chic!  It seems I've been walking around all day with a hole in my pants! Yep, went to work and had a parent-teacher conference and everything.  The hole was way down underneath, right in the crack, so hopefully my big butt cheeks covered it up. 

I really don't want to think about it if they didn't.

CLASSY!!                - wg 


foradifferentkindofgirl (fadkog)

As one who walked around the bulk of a recent evening with her zipper down in a blaze of glory, I stand with you in solidarity. Super classy, indeed!!


What luck! I was just feeling bad that I don't visit my blogger friends any more, and the first person I come to see is giving me an award! Thanks WG, and consider the award reciprocated.


You've officially popped my award cherry. Thank you so much, I'm really touched! Although now I have to come up with 15 blogs to pass it on to... maybe everyone I read just automatically wins.


If it makes you feel better, a good deal of my clothes have holes and/or are frayed. I like to think of it as Hobo Chic.

Lori at Spinning Yellow

Hey, thanks, girlfriend. I had a tough week so this is a nice cheer-up! I bought my BlogHer pass yesterday so you better sign up, but, shhh, don't tell my husband, he's off to get me an iPhone and would be pissed I already spent $200.

Shutter Bitch

Oh you have no idea how good the timing of this is, both in an ironic sense and a meta sense. I needed that.

Thank you, and consider yourself awarded right back.

Mrs C

Hey! Thanks!

Bigfoot and zombies are totally cultural. OF COURSE they are!


Yup, speaking of classy, I hadn’t thought about “tough titties” since I was a kid. So, just as an experiment I thought I would take the phrase out for a test drive at the breakfast table this morning... which made my 13-year-old nearly snarfle milk out of his nose.

Ah, good times, good times.


Hmmm...I'd skip the high school thing, but then again I'd probably opt for med-free root canal work before I'd go to a high school reunion of any sort!


Congratulations (though several months belated, on my part)! Your blog deserves this award--and it does fit--culturally too!

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