Dragon Loyalty

I must apologize to Knocked over by a Feather 

She nominated me for The Dragon’s Loyalty Award quite some time ago 😦

It’s wonderful to receive a nomination for an award!!

I am so sorry I have not posted anything sooner , I DO truly appreciate it!!

 

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The rules are:

-I’d also like to add Knocked overs 😀 thought:

To me, this award should be passed on to the people who have been with me the longest.

-Display the  Award Certificate on your website.

-Announce your win with a written post and link to whoever presented your award.

-Present 15 awards to deserving bloggers.

-Drop them a comment to tip them off after you have liked them in the post.

-Post 7 interesting things about yourself.

I do humbly nominate:

Clanmother

PaBlam

Ashi Akiras Blog

Mix and Match Meme

Cast Light

My Rabbit Hole Trips

Faires Angel Nurses

Me and the Boss

The Matticus Kingdom

Imagine Continua

The Other Side of Ugly

Nikita Land

By The Wobbly Dum-Dum Tree

Bailey Boat Cat

Fun Fit 5K Plus

Seven things about me:

  1. I’m having Ham, mashed potatoes and carrots for dinner.
  2. I like vodka
  3. I like beer
  4. I like wine
  5. I like whiskey
  6. I like liquers
  7. I like gin and tonic

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What will Angie Do? – Haiku of Sorts…

The LCBO
May go on strike this Friday!!
What will Angie Do???

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Long lines of anxious drinkers formed in liquor stores across Ontario today ahead of the Victoria Day long weekend as a midnight strike deadline for store workers looms.

Shoppers in Ontario looking to stock up on wine and spirits reported massive lines at Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) locations and shopping carts filled to the brim with more than a weekend’s worth of booze.

With the strike deadline nearing, the Ontario government is still hopeful there won’t be a walkout by LCBO employees. If it goes ahead, it will be the first strike to impact the LCBO in its 87-year history.

Why are they going on strike?

At issue are wages and benefits, job security, and health and safety standards. The union is also concerned about the treatment of part-time workers. Some workers have complained about the lack of opportunities for full-time employment

How long since the last strike?

There has never been a strike in the LCBO’s 86-year history. However, a walk-out was narrowly averted four years ago, boosting liquor sales to $56 million the day before workers were set to walk out—the largest in LCBO history.

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www.news.nationalpost.com 

 

Laugh loudly, Love generously, Care deeply, Speak kindly

This may prove to be quite difficult without my Muskoka Moonshine 😦