As readers know I have embarked on a 100 Word Cat Story a Day in May project, as a participant on International Short Story Month, as celebrated over at the blog of Marian Allen.
This is the first time that Elvira Mistress of Felinity and I have been given an award as a team, and we are extremely honored. Thank you, Marian, we will strive to do our best to live up to the confidence you have shown in us with this award.
1. Thank and link to the person who gave you the award.
2. Tell seven facts about yourself.
3. Pass it on to seven other bloggers.
4. Notify your nominees by e-mail and even with a comment on a post of theirs you like, if you choose (This may lead to a Pingback).
A. 7 facts about Elvira and I.
1. My first appearance as a writer, online, was only a few months after I was born, in 1998, on the morning Daddy Kiril had joined a web community that came to an end in 2001.
2. Between 1998 and 200o I wrote a long series of posts, on that site, I called my "memoirs". Because neither Daddy or I had thought to save them, all but the last chapter were lost.
3. and 4. Neither of us are much into using our voices. When I do so it is loud and deep, when Elvira does it is a squeak that would make a mouse proud.
5. Elvira doesn't like wet food.
6. When Daddy comes home Elvira likes to dart into the hallway for a quick look around before Daddy chases her back inside.
7. I have a real toothy grin.
We hereby pass this award along to:
1. Debbie Glovatsky of Glogirly - SIX-time finalist for BlogPaws 2013 Nose-to-Nose Awards and designer of our new blog header and business cards.
3. Marilynn Smith of Grace & Co.
4. Brian Frum of Brian's Home.
5. Ann, of Zoolatry, who, through her creativity, has done so much for so many, including this blog.
Today saw Elvira and I write our very first Guest Post on another blog!
We were very honored to be asked by Pet Campbell, of Pet's Garden Blog, to write a guest post on her blog, one of the few that she invites every year to do so.
Among many things she is known for is that she was one of the early hosts and contributors to Carnival of the Cats.
The Blogs of Kiril Kundurazieff: