Tuesday, January 18, 2011

I’d like to thank Katy at http://supermansammyz.blogspot.com/
for thinking of me and awarding me with the stylish blogger award. That’s sweet. Before I get into the seven things about myself, I would like to say a little something about my friend Katy. There are light workers in the world. People who stand high on the mountain and let their light shine as a guide and beacon to the rest of us. And then there are people like Katy who are light warriors, who go into the dark places of this world and shine their light where it is needed most and where few of us ever dare to go. And it is because of these light warriors that horrid conditions like cancer, will in the end, be overcome.

So now on to seven things about myself;

1. I milk cows for a living and talk to animals

2. I have had a religious experience.( although everyone I know calls it a break-down )

3. I tend to go out with guys who are idiots.

4. Where ever I go, I never fit in.

5. Have trouble making other people understand where I'm coming from.

6. Don't use a persons' gender to determine whether or not I will fall in love with them.

7. Am always confronting my fears instead of running away from them.

And now it is my pleasure to aware the stylish blogger aware to a close friend of mine at; http://pillowofthecommunity.blogspot.com/ This lovely lady uses her blogs as a vehicle to reach out to people and bring them into her heart. And once there, we get to experience the beauty of her soul in a way that stylish only begins to describe.

So Katy, thanks again for thinking of me and sharing your thoughts.


  1. Ooooh, what a lovely surprise.

    Congratulations, your award, you deserve it!

    And, it’s an honour to be your close friend. Thanks for the award :)

  2. Hey love, You're welcome. We really do have a special thing happening between us.

    Hugs sue

  3. Thank you for those beautiful words...they really mean a lot to me. Reading about you makes me think you are an amazing and complex person who has gone through some things and come out 'normal'. by that I mean, most of us feel we don't fit in...please blame others and not yourself...it is, afterall, their fault if they make you feel that way. Keep talking to animals, they are more intelligent than most humans! Avoid the idiots if you can but enjoy yourself with one now and again, just for fun! Love whomever...that's what makes the world a better place. And, relating back to the talking to animals comment...people may not understand where you are coming from at times, but YOU do and that it what counts!
    You are awesome :)
    Katy xxx

  4. Hi Katy, I guess we have both gone through things and come out normal in the sense that we have overcome the impossible circumstances the world has presented us with. We recognize this in each other and I can truly say, you are awesome also.

    love sue

  5. love this line Suzzy - I have had a religious experience.( although everyone I know calls it a break-down )

    maybe it's all those cows..

  6. Hi David, I love a guy who understands my sense of humor.

  7. I do. So how does one become a cosmic dairy farmer?

  8. Hi David, First you have to start making your living by milking cows. (You'll find in our culture, only an enlightened guru could make ends meet economically.

    Then you have to write like this;

    At some point in my life I became aware of the seed of God deep in my being. I nurtured this seed with thoughts and actions of love and peace and truth and freedom. I protected this seed from the attacks of the world and never betrayed the integrity of it’s being.

    As the years went by I discovered that most of the people around me had either sold their seed to the highest bidder or had fed it thoughts and actions motivated by fear until it withered and died.

    Finally after finding out that I could not be bought or scared into submission, the world decided to erase me. But by this time the seed of God had become my main reason for being and I fought a long hard battle to protect it. Alas I was overwhelmed by superior odds and was trampled to death.

    But lo and behold I found out there is no death. And when I looked inside my being to the place where the seed of God was planted, in its stead was a magnificent, radiant tree. The minions of the world attacked the tree with their machines and weapons only to find out their weapons were useless and their machines broke down. So at the end of the siege the little egos of the world took their broken toys and left.

    It was then I realized I was not the trampled ego lying in the dirt but the magnificent, radiant tree with roots sunk deep in Mother Earth for sustenance. I no longer needed the world but now the world needed me.

  9. Ok Suzzy - that is awesome. However, I find no signs of a tree or even a seed in my inner being at the mo. more coffee is in order I beleive...

  10. Katy is indeed a light warrior. I so appreciate your description of her and I like that phrase! Congratulations on your award.