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Peter Parkour: Honorary Sister (Sisterhood Of The World Bloggers Award)

sisterhood-of-world-blogger-award1I’m sorry I didn’t get this post up sooner, but this has been one heck of a busy week here.  With that being said, thank you, allyhope18, for bestowing me (Ha! Tea ‘n’ Danger) with the Sisterhood Of The World Bloggers Award.  I’m glad to know what I’m putting out there is being received and appreciated.  Hopefully some of it is being passed on and shared as well.  I’m also very happy to hear that you recently decided to go vegan, and while I may not have gotten you to that point, it’s awesome to know that I’ve been a part of your journey.  🙂

allyhope18Allyhope18 is new to blogging and veganism.  Her first post at Hope “Full” Vegan hit the web on 04/25/2013.  She’s 18 years old, on the verge of graduating from high school (if not already), and using her blog to chronicle her culinary adventures in veganism (lots of pictures) and anything else life might throw her way.  So, whether you’re new to veganism, an old pro with wisdom to share, or just looking for some tasty treats , give her a visit.  😉

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The Rules:

  1. Visit and thank the blogger who nominated you.

  2. Acknowledge that blogger on your blog and a link back.

  3. Answer 10 questions given.

  4. Nominate up to 12 bloggers for Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award, provide a link to their blogs in your post, and notify them on their blogs.

  5. Copy and paste the award somewhere on your blog.

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The 10 Questions (& Answers):

  1. What is your favorite color?  —>  I don’t have one, but blue and gray is my favorite color combination.

  2. Your favorite animal?  —>  I don’t have one, but I’m very fond of toads, frogs and horned lizards (horny toads).

  3. Your favorite non-alcoholic drinks?  —>  Water, as long as it’s not proceeded by words such as: smart, vitamin, sports, fitness, life…

  4. Facebook or Twitter?  —>  Facebook, but I’ve been considering giving Twitter a try.  The jury is still out.

  5. Your favorite pattern?  —>  I like the patterns that spiders make in their webs.  Does that count?

  6. Do you prefer getting or giving presents?  —>  Giving!

  7. Your favorite number?  —>  I don’t have one, but me and 4 get along alright.

  8. Your favorite day of the week?  —>  It’s a four-way tie between Monday-Thursday.  Everything always seems too crowded Friday-Sunday.

  9. Your favorite flower?  —>  The African daisy.

  10. What is your passion?  —>  Love, peace, equality, the environment, veganism, The Zeitgeist Movement, The Venus Project and sharing it all.

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I’m going to opt out of the award nominations.  Sorry.  In place of nominations I will include some of my favorite links.  Enjoy!  😀

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Top 10 Favorite Links:

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FYI: Don’t Miss Out

When I run across an article that interests me, I usually post it to Google+ and Facebook, and the same goes for the occasional video and/or image; all of which rarely make it over here.  I wouldn’t want you to miss out on any of that juicy HTnD goodness.

New Page: 30DVC

I just added a new page (tab at the top) for easy access for those of you interested in joining in on the 30-day-vegan-challenge.  Now instead of scrolling up and down, and going back to older posts, searching for 30DVC posts, now it’s easy one-stop-shopping with a single click.  For those of you in search of more information, here is another link to all of my veganism related posts.  Enjoy.  🙂

MIA: Update

It would appear that HTnD is going to be a feast or famine style blog with me out here working on the road.  I’ll post as much as I can, when I can, and hopefully a balance will emerge from the chaos.  If not, I will continue to do what I can, when I can, and hope that it is enough to keep you coming back.  😉

Our van is back up and running.  The motor needed to be replaced and then it turned out there was a bit more that needed work before we got back out on the road.  In total we were down for just over a week.  Since then it’s been feast or famine work (leaning heavily to the famine side).  To find a balance in that department would be nice too.  Whatever the case, we’ll make the best of it.

Thanks again to everyone that has been sharing their favorite HTnD finds with the world at large.  Sharing is caring.  🙂  It’s always nice to see visitors coming here by way of a reblogged post, Tumblr, Twitter, Pinterest…  Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Love, Peace & (((((HUGS)))))  :)

MIA

Sorry I haven’t been around lately.  I went from being super busy, to recovering from a vehicular breakdown; still in the recovery phase.  More on that at a later date.

I wanted to send a “Thank You!” out to all of you that have been sharing some of your favorite Ha! Tea ‘n’ Danger finds with your friends, family and the world at large.  During the days I was missing in action, Ha! Tea ‘n’ Danger received more traffic than the previous week, and the previous week was a good one—so thank you all very much for doing your part to share the love and peace.  Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Love, Peace & (((((HUGS)))))  🙂

Update: 07/03/2012

The following is not bad news, but it’s not good news either.  I’ve been putting this off for about a week, hoping that a better option would present itself, but without a doubt my fate is sealed.  Tomorrow, Bunny and I will be boarding a plane to take us 2,000 miles away (less as the crow flies, further as the plane flies).  Our local job wasn’t keeping us afloat, so we’re going back out on the road.  We will be attending an orientation/refresher class Thursday and Friday, and then we’ll be cruising 48 states once again.

We really wanted things to work out at home, but the work just wasn’t adding up quick enough.  However, there is a silver lining, if you can call it that.  My dad’s (lives in Florida) health has been a bit erratic lately.  He spent a few days in the hospital recently, and has some surgery to look forward to (yeah right) in the near future.  This change of jobs will give us a chance to go visit him.  That was not an option with our local (Arizona) job.

Anyway, I’m going to set up some posts ahead of time tonight, so HTnD will continue on its semi-regular schedule (for now), but updates on Facebook, Google+ and comments most likely will experience some lag time.  I will do my best to keep the posts coming as smooth as possible, but this job (expedited, on demand delivery) is a feast or famine line of work, not to mention internet access on the road can be hit or miss even with your own WiFi hotspot.  I will pre-load posts every chance I get, and comments will be first on my to-do list when my computer makes an appearance.  If all goes well, you will hardly notice any differences, if any.  🙂

No promises, but if anyone would be interested in a face-to-face meet-and-greet, shoot us an email and we’ll add you to the list.  The better I know you, the more likely a meeting is to happen.  That, and factor in the unpredictability of my job versus your schedule…  it could happen.  😉  Please include the name I know you by, and city and state I might find you in, and a good email and/or phone number to reach you at (with # include name to ask for).

Cinco de Mayo Weekend

Normally I drive for a living: 18 wheeler, straight truck, cargo van, car…  Anyway, I’ve been out of work since early February.  I’ve been hoping and searching for a job that will allow for more home time.  I’ve spent the last month jumping through hoops trying to secure a new job.  As of early last week, rumor had it I finally got the job, but it’s an on-call position.  As of Friday night, May 4th, I had yet to get so much as a call when suddenly the phone rang.

Finally, my… our first job.  As usual, Bunny (my sweet, loving angel of a wife) and I are working together.  This first job looked like it should take about five hours (from the time we leave our house, until we get back) from start to finish at most.  It’s a city to city, in state job.  That’s what all of the jobs I signed up for should be like.

Right after delivering our load they offer us a second job picking up ASAP.  This one would take us two states away.  I had no idea such work would or could even be an option.  We accepted immediately.  Sooooo…  what started out as a quick run turned into a two day and two hour road trip.  The blog suffered a two day hit, but all is back to normal…  for now.  😉

Just A Quick FYI

If you are a Ha! Tea ‘n’ Danger email subscriber, or use an RSS feed or a feed reader to get your HTnD fix, you might be missing out.  If you use Facebook or Google+ to keep current with all things HTnD, then you’re getting a little extra in the form of the occasional article or video that doesn’t make it to the blog.

Something else to keep in mind, if you do all of your HTnD viewing offsite, you’re missing out on the little tweaks that take place here in the form of background image changes, sidebar updates and new rotating header images/quotes.  Fluff to some, gold to others; just putting it out there.

Whatever your viewing option, thank you for making HTnD one of your favorite web hangouts.  😀

Looking For A Few Good “Likes” On Facebook

If you’re not following Ha! Tea ‘n’ Danger via RSS feed, e-mail or reader, you might want to consider giving a “like” on the Ha! Tea ‘n’ Danger Facebook page.  Get all the latest updates on your Facebook feed, plus some shared links that don’t always make it over here.  Tell a friend while you’re at it.  😉

Lofty Goals & Aspirations

I have lofty goals and aspirations that don’t include talking to myself.  Feedback is always good.  I would love to hear from more of my visitors.  Two-way  conversations are always better than those of the one-sided variety.

I also need to be able to reach out and share thoughts and ideas with more people of the world.  Might any of you fine folks be able to post links to my blog and/or to posts you’ve enjoyed here?  I’m open to link exchanges as well.

Please and thank you.  🙂

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