Versatile Blogger Award for Shift Collaborative!

how's about them apples?

Kevin, the as-yet-unmet, yet admired blogger from Oregon College of Arts and Crafts nominated the Shift blog for the Versatile Blogger Award–thank you Kevin!  And I will undoubtedly return the compliment, since your blog is really one of my faves.

So, what is this Versatile thing? It’s a way to pay it forward and share some love for the bloggers that make the world more interesting.

These are the rules for the Versatile Blog Awards:

  • Nominate 15 fellow bloggers.
  • Inform the bloggers of their nomination.
  • Share 7 random things about yourself.
  • Thank the blogger who nominated you.
  • Add the Versatile Blog Award picture on your blog post.

Here goes:

  1. The view from the canoe
  2. The alchemist’s kitchen
  3. 4 Culture
  4. The Hank
  5. Another bouncing ball
  6. Olympia Dumpster Divers
  7. Poorworm
  8. Little Somethings
  9. Luminously Trivial
  10. Best of 
  11. Kate Vrijmoet
  12. 9 Pound Hammer
  13. Molo’s Sketchbook
  14. City Arts
  15. Vintage Seattle

And seven random things about us:

  1. We have a moveable wall in the studio that is sort of like a monolith and could cover the entrance to a cave quite nicely.
  2. Some of us, though not all of us, are shifty.
  3. We all like meetings just so very very much!
  4. If you laid us all out, head to toe, in a line, we would reach the counter at Caffe Vita on the corner and call it good.
  5. Many of us are from somewhere else.
  6. Others of us are from here.
  7. One of us is an alien who can read minds.

Thanks again, Kevin–that was fun!

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6 Responses to Versatile Blogger Award for Shift Collaborative!

  1. kim says:

    Thank you for the award! Now to come up with 7 interesting random things about me 😉

  2. thank you for including Olympia Dumpster Divers on this illustrious list of art bloggers, ps we love visiting Shift when we are in Seattle!

  3. Daya says:

    I think that more than one of us can read minds….the alient part is still up in the air.

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