Pirate’s Appreciation: an award in disguise!

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He who doesn’t accept awards, ye pirate, has just said a very lovely thank you to fourteen of his blogging friends (me included). What we have in common is that we’ve ignored his warning shots, and, hearing not a shout of “shiver me timbers”, we’ve earned ourselves a pirate’s admiration πŸ™‚

To find out who else has been spared his cutlass, you can cross the choppy waves to http://managuagunntoday.wordpress.com/2012/12/31/a-pirates-appreciation/

And in the words of ye pirate: “The rules are simple – put on something frilly, and tell a blogger you desire to admire that a Pirate admires ya, and yer passing that admiration to him or her to be plundered, if you so desire…”

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I think men are spared the dressing in frills, unless they possess an early eighteenth century white shirt, but a bow tie should do! Below is a rare sight of me wearing something with frills — albeit subtle. This was taken after the Christmas concert of medieval and renaissance carols performed by the early music choir to which I belong. I’ve had to crop the picture not to include the others, as I haven’t yet had a chance to ask their permission to post them on a public blog. Hoping to put a music page up in the future, so will post the whole picture then.

So now I offer my appreciation to those who’ve offered me awards that I’ve accepted, like gold from a galleon, and hope to see you in your frills (or, for one, a fancy collar!) You can find these fine folk at …

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http://davidkanigan.com/Β Β  (3 awards!)
http://auroramorealist.wordpress.com/ (2 awards!)
http://naomibultuck.wordpress.com/ (2 awards!)
http://baileyboatcat.com/
http://poeticparfait.com/
http://allaboutlemon.com

Author: Sarah Potter Writes

Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. She's into nature, gardening, and natural health. Her sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between.

18 thoughts on “Pirate’s Appreciation: an award in disguise!”

  1. Fantastic! And fine frills for marauding and plundering! You’ve clearly the makings of a fine pirate, let me just quickly ‘acquire’ a galleon for you good graces…we set sail at midnight I take it, for 3 months? Will get that post written!

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  2. Not sure I speak or understand “Pirate” but I’m appreciate nonetheless. Thanks for your great posts in 2012. Look forward to more in ’13. Happy New Year to you and your family Sarah. Dave

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  3. Planet of origin: LOVE. Thank you so much for sharing the love. Steadfastly. Going to reblog this now as I want something very positive to usher the New Year in on my blog. It is only 8:33 p.m. HERE. Happy New Year, My Lovely! Thanks for the nod – off to find my frilly now, LOL xo ❀ ❀ ❀

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  4. You look so cool Sarah! Lovely with frills πŸ™‚ You’re such a sport! Thanks so much for the mentioned my dear friend… I highly appreciate your sweet thought to have me included with your award. mmwahhhh! Have a wonderful New Year to you and to your love ones! xoxo

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