Dragon Love and a Thank You

Dragon's Loyalty Award - Mark BialczakBy Judy Berman

While my longtime friend Mark Bialczak slogs thru the slush and snow of Syracuse, New York, I’ll be sending him many warm regards for nominating me for the Dragon’s Loyalty Award this month.

Mark is a prolific writer, and a news reporter with an eye out for a good story. As a former Syracusan, I naturally gravitate toward his column. But his entertaining stories reach beyond the interests of Central New Yorkers.

I’ve also posted this award on my Awards and Acknowledgements page. Thank you, Mark. Forgive me for breaking the rules. I do appreciate your thoughtfulness.

To learn more about this award, check out Mark’s post at: http://markbialczak.com/2014/02/03/for-the-dragons-loyalty-award-ill-melt-snow/

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12 thoughts on “Dragon Love and a Thank You

  1. Judy, Judy, Judy, I am happy for you to put this badge on your pages and delight in its warmth. You have one little point incorrect, and since you are in Florida, I can’t blame you for it. But it is much too cold up here in Syracuse for slush. Ice, yes. Slush, not these last few days. Congratulations on your deserved award, my friend.

    1. Mark … Picky, picky, picky. You’ll get the slush soon enough. Actually, within any 24-hour period, you may experience all the elements of weather. πŸ˜‰

      Thanks again, Mark, for your thoughtful nomination. I do love the dragon. πŸ˜†

  2. Congratulations, Judy! I hope you actually get a real dragon hugging the hot sauce–it’s wonderful–but even if you don’t, your writing deserves all awards! Brava!

  3. It all sounds right to me, because you’ve always been hot stuff, dear Judy! However, I do think Mark should also have included a cash award in the form of a slush fund!! Oh wait, that’s right, he said it’s too cold for slush– tell ‘im to fork over some cold hard cash!! : )

    1. Thanks for your comments, Mark.

      Mark Bialczak also hails from the Syracuse area. I think he – and I – have only encountered cold hard cash that someone either dropped in the snow or put in the freezer for safe keeping. πŸ˜‰ But I do like and, hereby, approve of your suggestion.

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