Award season is upon us and bloggers want to be liked as much as anyone else.
So thank you Gabi Coatsworth http://gabicoatsworth.wordpress.com for including me in your “Sunshine Award” list.
The guidelines for receiving this award:
1) Thank the person who gave you the award – Thank you, Gabi.
2) Write a post about it : see below.
3) Answer the questions below.
4) Pass it on to 10 bloggers who you think really deserve it and send them a message to let them know. (Kind of a chain letter, pay it forward sort of deal.)
My Answers to 10 questions:
Favorite color: Green – all shades but kelly; Orange a very close second, all shades.
Favorite animal: Labrador Retrievers
Favorite number: My kids‘ years of birth.
Favorite non-alcoholic drink: Water
Facebook or Twitter? Facebook. Still haven’t figured out how to Twitter and why it’s important.
My passions: Family, Writing, Reading, Knitting, Cycling
Giving or receiving presents? Giving
Favorite pattern: I’m a knitter. I love stripes, cables, polka dots, squares. You name it.
Favorite day of the week: Any day I can cycle outdoors.
Favorite flower: Roses. My grandfather took great pride in growing them.
Here are my ten bloggers I’m nominating for a Sunshine Award:
Leah: http://leahsthoughts.com/ She was the first “stranger” to subscribe to my blog. She blogs from Southern California about cooking, books, her adorable daughter Sophie, and more.
Barbara Younger: http://friendfortheride.wordpress.com She’s created a blog about everything menopause; a great dose of humor to get through all the fun.
Sin City Siren: http://sincitysiren.wordpress.com The go –to place for updates on women’s rights. I share many of her excellent posts on Facebook.
Northern Narratives: http://northernnarratives.wordpress.com northernnarratives.wordpress.com Beautiful photographs from northern Minnesota and more.
Huffygirl’s Blog: http://huffygirl.wordpress.com/ Another “older” cyclist determined to stay fit to keep up with our grandchildren.
Stacey’s Snacks: http://www.staceysnacksonline.com Easy recipes for the novice to the advanced cook, told with humor and photos.
C. Hope Clark: http://hopeclark.blogspot.com Every writer needs Hope. Her newsletter is free and fantastic.
Lesley Carter: http://lesleycarter.wordpress.com This gal has had some awesome adventures around the world.
Tales from the Motherland: http://talesfromthemotherland.me/ This woman writes, has foreign exchange students living with her, a novel in the works, and great insights.
Knitn’ Green http://knitngreen.wordpress.com/ There’s an immediate bond between knitters.
Thanks, again, Gabi. I’m honored.