Frank Sirianni and his lovely wife Lola, are at it again.
It's Christmas and Frank is spending entirely too much time on the computer. What in the world is he doing?
But what could you expect from a guy who owns three very successful blogs, manages a hotel and runs around the blogosphere vandalizing walls?
Add all of the above to his unending passion for the Peace Globe project and you have one very busy man. And a very talented gentleman.
In every sense of the word.
I first ran across him in cyberspace via Bobby Griffin's site (Bestest Blog of All-Time). He'd just been awarded the coveted Bestest Blog of the Day award for his phenomenal idea called "Graffiti My Blog." He now has a Graffiti Rebel Series that showcases serious wall-makers. What made Frank's new blog so special is that he started it solely to encourage other bloggers to get in touch with their creative side. And just look what happened!
You see, Frank is an artist.
I could fill a blogbook with the many kindnesses left in the sphere by one Frank Sirianni. In the middle of all those beautiful graffiti lies one equally beautiful constant.
He genuinely lends his talent and generous spirit to other bloggers with "surprises" such as the series he's working on now: The Twelve Blogging Days of Christmas. The pic at the top represents Day Six and is dedicated to a friend of his who recently won Bestest Blog himself. Frank's Twelve Days are hysterical. I can't wait to see who he showcases next! Watch out! It could be YOU.
He recently found a permanent online home for all your globes easily accessible to both of us for uploads - just in case Mimi "misplaces" them again.
Frank wasn't just giving lip service to my request for help with the Peace Globe project. From conception to delivery he was there - with his innovative ideas (Behold the GALLERY in the sidebar), through the avalanche of emails we couldn't keep up with, designing special personalized globes for fellow bloggers - and encouraging me.
Announcing the existence of his first grandchild, snuggly nestled in the blogosphere alongside a prayer for peace.
Many of you may not know that Frank is an excellent writer in his own right. He wrote a story, Little Tommy Tailor, which is dedicated to Dona Nobis Pacem. It may have gotten lost in the shuffle that day but it merits a mention here. After I read it I left this comment. "If I didn't believe in miracles I wouldn't have started the project. You have affirmed for me - through this story - why we are doing what we are doing."
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Saturday Comeback Challenge is underway over at Dating Profile of the Day.(In case you haven't noticed, Frank does that too!) Do you think you're funny? Can you outwit the wittiest bloggers in cyberspace?
DON'T FORGET TO FLY YOUR PEACE GLOBES ON CHRISTMAS EVE. SEE YOU THERE!