Thursday, August 26, 2010
Being the anal person I am I have to get this off my plate. I can not stand to have something hanging over my head, especially when it is such a lovely thing to share. Today I will catch up on the awards beautiful people bestowed on me this past week. I'm sorry if it has taken me a few days to get to this but my time is a little limited right now. I know you understand.
CLARISSA @ Listen To The Voices and SUMMER @ My Inner Fairy. Thank you both soooo much! Now one came with instructions and the other came with no specifics.
As per the one that did have guidelines here is the Scoop:
- Accept the award, post it on your blog together with the name of the person who has granted the award and his or her blog link.
- Pass the award to 15 other blogs that you’ve newly discovered.
- Remember to contact the bloggers to let them know they have been chosen for this award
The following is my incomplete list of recipients:
Gail @ At The Farm
Nezzy @ Cow Patty Surprise
Mary @ Guns and Giggles
Kathie @ Just a Happy Housewife
Writer Girl @ Life with Critters
Ginny @ Rags By Sock Monkey
Corine @ This Journey Called Life
Cruella @ The Giraffability of Digressions
Ella @ Ella's Edge
Tammy @ Message in a Bloggle: The Art of Being Broken
Thank you again Clarissa and Summer these really picked me up. :D
Tammy @ Message in a Bloggle: The Art of Being Broken. Thank you Tammy for the award and for the beautiful way you described me. What are friends for though, but to say nice things about each other when it is needed.
Here are the guidelines:
- Pass the link to five other bloggers.
- Post a link from their blog to mine.
- Notify them that they have received the award.
Yvonne @ Welcome to my World of Poetry
Olivia @ The Rebel with a Blog
Alex @ Alex J Cavanaugh
Lee @ Tossin it Out
Summer @ My Inner Fairy
Thank you again Tammy.
Now I have to go let ALL these people know they have been bestowed.
I want all my readers to know I regard you as friends of the cyber kind. Your comments the past week have been a god send and have truly brightened what ever hour I read them. My father is progressing, though still in pain, it was not unexpected. There is still the chance he will have to receive a pacemaker but we will cross that bridge when we get to it. Thank you all for lightening my load.
Peace my children...