Carrying on my with my Blog of the day – which is actually my twice a week award, I’d like to introduce you to today’s recipient. This recognition is not something that requires the recipient to do anything.
Its an acknowledgement from me to you that’s a heartfelt and sincere appreciation of the entertainment, enlightenment and empathy I’ve come to expect.
It’s an introduction to others of a Blogger I hold in high esteem.
If anyone wants to reblog please feel free. My intention is to shout from the rooftops how much I love my recommendations!!
Today’s Blogger is a thought provoking and engaging storyteller/philosopher/lyricist. Lyricist may be a smidge of poetic licence on my part but when the words you read flow like a song – you’ll understand.
An intriguing raconteur I’m sure already be familiar with, Beaton of Becoming the Muse
My favourite quote from Beatons’s blog is this:
If you were having coffee with me I would ask you is this how the world ends in anarchy, chaos and riots on the street? I overheard a voice in my head saying to another voice.
“Sometimes monsters don’t look like terrifying creatures with grotesque forms conjured from nightmarish dreams, sometimes monsters look like you and me and wear uniforms with shiny buttons and polished shoes.”
Are you in awe yet?
Here is the link to a true wordsmith. The Damascus Steel of verbal swordplay. A musical blogger who’s words flow like a catchy tune – and like a catchy tune they reverberate around your noggin all day.
The picture comes from the “Becoming the Muse” Blog.