Nominated for An award

I just got a call from my supervisor on friendly call.

I’ve been nominated for an award. It is an award for working through the pandemic, with vulnerable people in the community.

The awards are on next Tuesday evening, and six of us were nominated.

Its an honor to be nominated.

The ceremony is on in our local city hall.

I am going to get all dressed up on the night.

I’m sure there will be lots of photos taken, and if there is I will post a picture or two for people to see.

So excited about the ceremony.

Even if I don’t win, I’m still thankful to be nominated for the award.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

24 thoughts on “Nominated for An award”

  1. Congratulations, Carol Anne. Crossing my fingers for you. But as you said, it is amazing to even be nominated. What a wonderful sign of appreciation this is. You so deserve it, dear.

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