3days, 3quotes – day2

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The rules are to post 3 quotes over 3 days and nominate 3 bloggers each time to carry on with the challenge.

Some people choose to share three quotes each day, but the usual / minimum is one each day so take your pick and enjoy (with no obligation!)

I nominate the following bloggers to take on this challenge – and recommend visiting their blogs via latest posts from the following links:

  • Mud and Nettles (shares a great quote in this post!)
  • Nancy at TwoTrailsOneRoad
  • DrKottoway
  • Optional EXTRA: Wildcard nomination – if you’re reading this and would like to nominate yourself, please feel free: reblog or link to this post creating a pingback and away you go, enjoy!

Today is J.R.R.Tolkien’s birthday – he was born in 1892 (died 2nd September 1973). You can find oodles of quotes and more about Tolkien at goodreads.com.

Again, with thanks to Ann at Grubbsncritters for tagging me to do this challenge… I ‘met’ Ann during Blogging201 in February last year and all my nominees are also co-learners from that way-back-when class πŸ™‚ Happy New Year all!

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3days, 3quotes – day2

9 thoughts on “3days, 3quotes – day2

  1. Thanks for the nomination. πŸ™‚ I’m rather lousy at ever getting round to completing posts when nominated, but this one does look fairly achievable! May thanks for the mention. πŸ™‚

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