My Memetastic award

Ok, here is the deal. Having decided to reduce the number of posts I publish on this blog each week, I thought that writing posts would be easy. It isn’t. While struggling to find something to write about today, I saw that Sandra of Wizards and Ogres and Elves…oh my! fame has presented me with a Memetastic award. This means that I should do a few things:

  • You must proudly display the award in a post.
  • You must list five things about yourself and four of the five must be Lies.
    (your readers must guess which one is the truth)
  • And you must then pass this prestigious award on, to five deserving bloggers.

Ok, first of all, I am not usually a fan of these things (e.g. send this message to 20 other people or else…). In this instance however, it seems like a bit of fun, so here we go!

That was my amazing award, here is the poll. Remember, only one of these five statements is true.


I will reveal the true statement and announce the five people I have chosen to receive the Memetastic award in a few days. Stay tuned!


6 thoughts on “My Memetastic award

  1. Oh, I never thought of having a poll, good idea! You do have good ideas, Michael; that’s why you got the award 😀

    Also – your five items are so simple – mine are big long complicated ones (although they were fun to write, I have to admit). Must be your scientific mind.

    It is a fun award, and I also like the idea of passing it on to five people (1) to show some people what you think of them; and (2) to spread the joy of receiving at least one reward throughout the blogosphere.

  2. Pingback: My Memetastic award – update | Michael's Blog

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