Unique Leaves Award

A huge thank you to Patty and Eddie for awarding me this beautiful award.

Patty @ http://petitemagique.wordpress.com/2013/07/06/award-shower-big-time/ is a remedial teacher happens to be gifted writer and poet. Eddie@ http://bishoptatro.wordpress.com/2013/07/06/nominated-twice/ is a Man of The Cloth who journeys through life with a nerve disorder and CPS (Chronic Pain Syndrome), along with a list of other conditions. Eddie uses his writing to educate people who are not aware of them.

This award was created by http://limseemin.wordpress.com.  limseemin says in the creation post: “This is the very own award that I create for myself. Is in nice? Haha! I name it that way ” Unique Leaves Award” because I feel that all of the bloggers’ blog are unique. They have their own mesmerizing blog. All the author are shimmers orb! For me, unique is a style to say who you are without having to speak. So I come out of this idea to create this award. Tell me if I am wrong, though.”   The direct link to first award is right here.

Now that the History Lesson is over on to the Rules.


  1. Display the award logo in your blog
  2. Link back to the person who nominated you
  3. Tell us how unique you are and your blog
  4. What your thought about unique
  5. Nominate 10 others blogger for this award and link to them
  6. Notify those bloggers for the nomination

How Unique I Am?

I actually thought about this award for a long time. I don’t think I am unique at all. I researched the word “unique”. u·nique

  [yoo-neek] and found the following definition:


  1. existing as the only one or as the sole example; single; solitary in type or characteristics:a unique copy of an ancient manuscript.
  2. having no like or equal; unparalleled; incomparable: Bach was unique in his handling ofcounterpoint.
  3. limited in occurrence to a given class, situation, or area: a species unique to Australia.
  4. limited to a single outcome or result; without alternative possibilities: Certain types ofproblems have unique solutions.
  5. not typical; unusual: She has a very unique smile.

So I chose No 5 – “not typical; unusual: I gave birth to a very unique child. I carried a child in my belly for less than 9 months but carried her in life for a further 4027 days. My uniqueness lies in the bravery of the child I gave birth to. I gave birth to a child who did not know how to give up; how to die…

A young woman who loved love unconditionally and was able to forgive… So on behalf of Vicky I gracefully accept this unique leaves award.

Thought About Unique

Vic loved fearlessly. She lived fearlessly. She died bravely.


  1. http://thedrsays.org/
  2. http://paddypicasso.wordpress.com
  3. http://buckwheatsrisk.com/
  4. http://whatcherylsaid.wordpress.com/
  5. http://onthehomefrontandbeyond.wordpress.com/
  6. http://grannyscolorful.wordpress.com/
  7. http://idealisticrebel.wordpress.com
  8. http://johannisthinking.com/
  9. http://myownheart.me/
  10. http://prayingforoneday.wordpress.com
  11. http://talktodiana.wordpress.com
  12. http://allinthedayofme.com/
  13. http://connectivetissuedisorders.wordpress.com
  14. http://kateswaffer.com

Once again – a huge thank you to Patty and Eddie for this beautiful award!!