nominated for the Versatile Award

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Versatile Award | Nominated


Thank you, Altair, for your wonderful gesture to nominate Outosego for the Versatile Award.

Your blog is :

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I’d like to thank you all, the whole team of your theatre, as is in your blog :

Barbara : designs the project. She is obstinate. And passionate.

Jackie : will lead the performance art show programming. Highly recognized as professional of live performance. Jackie is ‘une grande dame’.

Jean : specialist of independent games, programming, and contributions of motion capture, 3D, VR. He is the youngest – and the most creative.

Leo : the best to find talents hidden under the flow of the too famous artists. He has the flair. Young, curious, good sense of humour and handsome: what’s better?

Serge : to lead the technical staff. It’s his job for 25 years. He does not smile often. When he does, it is that your work is really excellent.

Ishara : is developing contacts for Asia. The beauty, the charm, the smile. And an excellent business sense.

Marie-Claude : is afraid of having a little too hot …. the best in organization and management of the public.

Pierre : current and classical music specialist. He will make you love old things made with ropes, just by playing with. In a word, he would make a turtle fan of Opera.

Adam : is our Englishman who loves France! He is the man who translates the most difficult: everything seems clear then.
When Adam does not have the time, our expression is surely less fluid

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Additionally, i’d like to thank you for calling me “Papa” and “Boss” and “King”… haha…

This is the best award anyone could wish for.  Your words are the best award, dear. I can, also, understand your French, and your English.  Furthermore, I’d like to congratulate you for your articles.  They are wonderfully written in English.  Which means you try hard, dear.

Personally, i don’t have any issue when someone prefers to write his/her posts honoring his/her mother’s language, since i use the translation button very often. I like the languages and the poetry, dear.  This is the reason why i hit the button.

So, I gladly accept your nomination.  C’ est un plaisir, dear, if you know what i mean, in French… lol… Take care and enjoy.  Thank you from the deepest depths of my heart.

My suggestion to the fellow bloggers is to take a good look at your blog.  A good look, dear.

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• Write a post about your nomination and display the logo of the award. Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.

• Nominate as many bloggers as you wish.

• Write seven facts about yourself.

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7 facts about Outosego :

You, already, know a few things about Outosego.  I’ll write, though, 7 more.  I like the number.

1. Neither humble, nor snob.

2. Love compliments.

3. I always share.  Take good care.

4. I do not forget to say “Thank you”, or “My apologies” even if i don’t have to.

5. A few things are holding, Outosego, back.  No need to mention any.

6. I will exchange anything and everything i have to bring back to life some wonderful people.

7. I like you all, despite my critique.

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My nominees for the Versatile Award are : 

1. Julie Sopetran.  Wonderful poetry, dear.  And not only.  The blog :

2. Jonathan Caswell.  Wonderful poet, dear.  A different writing style.  The blog :

3. Saania.  She is wonderful, dear.  Go for the Award, Saania !  The blog :

4. Lidea.  A wonderful blog.  In Russian.  But you can always click on the translation button, dear friends.  Lidea deals with different kind of topics.  The blog :

5. Doree.  A person, a mother, a wife, a writer, an MS challenger, a daughter, a dried up athlete, a pessimist, an optimist, a sister, and a motherless daughter.  Doree is wondeful.  The blog :

6. A fragile mind.  Wonderful stories and writing style.  Without an “About” page, which is rare to follow as you, already, know.  A kind persona, though, who should take a look at a category of mine …lol ,  the category “Blocked”, for the bloggers. The blog, dear friends, is :

7. Rubal.  A wonderful persona, dear friends, fluent in English. The posts are written in Spanish, but you can, always, click on the translation button.  The blog :

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39 thoughts on “nominated for the Versatile Award

    1. haha… i like your video, Julie !

      I respect your decision, Julie. I want the people to know that you’ re a wonderful blogger, and that your poetry is amazing. My best wishes for great health, happiness and longevity. Take care and enjoy.

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      1. I know that y agradezco mucho tu generosidad conmigo. Tu respeto es mi mejor premio. Tu amistad, tu lectura de mi poesía, tu amabilidad. Y sí, quería que pudieras reírte conmigo. Gracias. Mi abrazo.

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      2. You’ re welcome, Julie. And i, also, like the “Abrazo” a lot. When i realized the Spanish custom, i was inspired to write two articles. Since we are get used to send “kisses and filakia” . I really like the spanish hug. Enjoy, dear. Mi abrazo, also.


    2. Fantástico Cantiflas 😀 «Pues claro, pues cómo no… Ahí está el detalle» Gracias por este video, Julie! Me permito compartirlo así sin más. Me encanta Cantiflas.

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  1. Oh, well, so grateful and flattered, really, Outsego. It’s just that I cannot accept this great honour. I think it truly is a good opportunity for bloggers to be known, but it’s not my way. Please, my apologies:), and thank you so much for taking me into consideration, Outosego! 🙂

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      1. Oh, well, I see I answered the last thing on a differente blog. Your words popped up from a different direction and I immediately typed where they came from thinking it was your place:D Now, I’ll repeat myself by saying the following, but all the same,I think this is the right place to thank you for your support, Outosego, and your help when I was a bit at a lost with the change of my domain’s name. So grateful 🙂

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      1. On the other side of the Atlantic, it looks like it’s a terrible country, where you can’t do anything and everyone walks around with a rifle and a pistol! 🙂


      2. On the other side of the Atlantic is a continent. Many countries. Wonderful people and beautiful landscape, nature, or whatever you wanna call it. You’ ll come in touch with the local tradition and the different customs.

        Since, though, you’ re asking, specifically, about the USA, all i can say is that the country is huge and beautiful. And, yes, you’ ll find some crazy people, crazy with the guns and all the kind of bullshits, like everywhere around the world. This isn’t a secret. This is the reality, dear. But it happens all over around the world.

        However, the people are kind and generous, and they welcome the new ideas or whatever you wanna call it, they are open minded, and they work hard.

        Unfortunately, a wrong image of the country -very often- seems to be presented outwards. Many reasons for this. One reason is the crazy people you just wrote. Another one is the media. A third one is the politicians. Like everywhere around the world. Unfortunately.

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      3. Yes – I understood that by living in Dubai. It is an amazing city, which I loved. And there are only clichés about this city and this country. It must be the same for the USA.
        With, in addition, the terrifying stories of the passages to the American customs. We think we’ll stay there! But one day I will go see this country .. Who makes such great films. Who has such great writers. Who is much freer in his word than … another that I know better and who claims to be champion of freedom …. cocorico… couac.


      4. When something bad or wrong happens, it is a reality and not a cliche. However, i get your point, i understand what you mean.

        USA is nice, and i suggest to visit the country one day. Now, for the writers and all the other wonderful things you wrote, all i can say is that they learn… haha… and they do whatever they can to be good and wonderful.

        The film industry is amazing, indeed.

        Since you wrote about the freedom, i want to ask : What’s the difference between Liberty and Freedom ?

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      5. Wow . The question. We only have one word in French : Liberté. But I will try. Free-dom is done with free, The opposite is slave. Maybe is it la Liberté for the social-humans we are. Humans in society. Liberty thus could be the same, but “inside your mind” (I’m not clear at all !!!) . I mean, you can be a “wonderful warrior” in your social life, but where is your Liberty, if you don’t know why your wanted to be a “warrior” ? No ? I ‘m sure you have better answers, because the concept is in 2 words for you.

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      6. Your point of view, of course. That’s the way, isn’t it, when we’re not talking about very simple “things” ( and… not sure for that. I can talk about a chair for 2 days. What is a chair ??? :d )


      7. With the chair ? You’re so nice with me ! 😀 wrong with me ? 🙂 So, let’s go. A chair, a chair, a chair an armchair a stool ! All these objects for a single ass? And to put it? And why this craze to make so many different chairs? How many feet for a chair ? 1 ? 3 ? 4 ? more ?
        If only to put his hindquarters, then my coffee table can be a chair too.
        But what criteria to determine the chair?
        Knowing that at home, the chairs serve: to cats. To my books. To ask my shopping. To catch everything that is too high. And sometimes, to sit down. You see ? At least two days

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      8. My gosh, now i see ! I like, though, people like. Because you give value to things, which i find wonderful. You make life look beautiful and interesting, dear. Thank you for your wonderful comment.

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  2. Wow ! With the team… THANK YOU. Initially, we just wanted a pro site that is visible to Americans.
    And since this summer, we walk on wordpress, we discover people, artists, poets, creators, good people, warm people.
    And we thought that it was worthwhile to build relationships and go beyond the side: “We are serious, we are pros.”
    And frankly, we do not regret! Thanks Outosego.
    One day, we will come to America.

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  3. Congratulations on your award!
    I’m so pleased that your talents have been recognised in such a way! 👍

    And thank you so much for your nomination. I’ve never been suggested for anything like that before and, truly, it means a lot to me!

    I, like others perhaps, have chosen not to do award posts on my blog but still (and most importantly) knowing that my ramblings are being read and are resonating with other creatives out there gives me the inspiration to continue writing.

    Something that can difficult to find during these dark days.

    Thank you so much 🖤

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