Wednesday, 23 July 2008

A Blogging award.


Lezlie has kindly nominated me for this award.I'm very surprised as I really think my blog is pretty 'run of the mill' compared to some. Thankyou Lezlie.
The recipients of the blog are asked to do the following
1. Put the logo on your blog.
2. Add a link to the person who awarded you. (She is on my blogroll...She's that good!)
3. Nominate at least seven other blogs.
4. Add links to those blogs on your blog.
5. Leave a message for your nominees on their blog.

So here goes,

1.
Allie
As readers will have noticed I've started stitching again. Allie's blog is a real inspiration. Take a look.
2.Honey Bees. Melissa's blog is pure art, her embroidery in all forms is wonderful.
3.Adrienne Adrienne's blog is a good mix of the natural world and the spiritual world. Very uplifting.
4.Contemplating my needle and thread. As the title suggests this blogger is aa artist with the needle. Susimac's blog is full of wonderful ideas.
5. Quill cottage over here Miss Sandy creates a very interesting blog. Her recent theme was the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Do check it out.
6.Books please. On this blog Margaret, who is an avid reader as her title suggests also describes places of interest.
7.HE KNOWS MY NAME.I have recently found this blog and I am loving every word. Unfortunately I don't know the lady's name but the words she writes are a great inspiration.

I thank all these bloggers and others for giving me such inspiration and entertainment. Once again 'Thankyou Lezlie'.

5 comments:

Lezlie said...

You're most welcome! You deserve it!

Lezlie

Susimac said...

Oh my - I don't know what I've done to deserve this, but thankyou so very much I really appreciate it, and thankyou too now I've found you I will be avidly reading your blog. I'll update my blog tomorrow and put this on. Thankyou again

Melissa said...

You are so sweet to nominate me it truly is an honor!
Thank you,
Melissa

Purpleflowerpatch said...

Thank you so much for nominating me - I'm really touched!
I just noticed the book "Amata Means Beloved" and love the sound of it. My 14yodd is waiting on God for a clear direction in her future vocation - mother or nun - she wants both, but knows He will direct her steps in the perfect path at the right time. I'll see if I can find this book for her.
I love your first try at crazy quilting! I haven't done any yet - it's on my 'to do' list one day. LOL! Along with 100 other things.
God bless you!
Jenny

BooksPlease said...

Thank you Mog - I've been away and came back to this nice surprise.