Saturday, March 6, 2010

My First Blog Award

Wow! Thank you Sam Liu at Thoughts, writings, coffee. . . for giving me my first Blog Award. I proudly add this to my blog. Part of the rules of accepting this award is to pass it along to fifteen other blogs and I love and follow. Therefore, I hereby bequeath this award to:

The Sound of Splinters
A Blog of One's Own
Always Musing
Angel Guided Mentoring
Constant Revision
Dear England: A Letter From America
Muse Ink
Musical Musings
Pics and Poems
Tangerine Kitty
The Book Buff
The Comedy That is My Life
Short Stories by MLockridge
The Journey Toward Publication
Rice in the Cupboard

I love these blogs, and recommend them highly.

If you are on this list, go ahead and grab your award and please pass it on to fifteen other blogs you feel deserve such recognition. Let them know they received their award by leaving a comment on their latest post.

And as always: HAPPY BLOGGING!


angelguided said...

Thank you lovely lady! This has made my day.

Karen said...

You're welcome! :-) I'm glad you like it.

Emily said...

Thanks so much!

Lisa McLellan said...

Hey Karen,
Thanks for the award! I won an Airsupply Record when I was in grade 7, but believe me, this ranks a lot higher!

Cathy said...

WOW! Being one of the blogs you mentioned, I am humbled and overjoyed. This really put a smile on my face. (Now how do I claim this virtual reward? HA!)

Ami Hendrickson said...

Thanks for the award! Made my weekend! And thanks for the kind words. Keep writing!
Ami (Museinks)

Karen said...

Emily, Lisa, Cathy and Ami -- I am so glad you all liked it. It was very fun for me to receive it, and even more fun to pass it along. :-)

Kirsten said...

Thank you for the recognition!! How very nice of you! Hope you keep up the good work on your blog. :-)

jem said...

Hi Karen, sorry, should have followed up your comment sooner. Thanks for giving me an award. It's always so touching to know that something I think of and write and post in my little life reaches out and connects with someone else in theirs.

I don't tend to pass these things on, but please know I appreciate the recognition.