The True Blue Award for being a “true blue blogging friend”…
And now I get to pass this award on to other blogger friends, wonderful people who have praised me, helped me see where I am going, encouraged me, and inspired me. I could never have imagined how many wonderful people there are out there–
First to “Crystal Jigsaw” and her piece here on her “water baby” amongst many “others.” It is strangely reassuring to know that we have the same massive laundry crisis although for entirely different reasons.
Also to “Fluttercrafts” at “Dark and Divine,” even though I’m never quite sure how to describe her blog or title the maverick little devil. Whilst my days of dating are long past, I suspect that there is many a chap out there who might benefit from her “sage advice.”
Then to “Beach Mama” over at the “J’s” who always gives me pause for thought, not only because we enjoy an addiction to beaches. I should warn you in advance that Jodie is a rare wee little beastie indeed, that’s Scottish for plush animal. You know how you write in a blog, readers read your blog and then if you’re really lucky someone might write a comment on your blog, in the comments section? You’re familiar with that particular scenario? Well let me tell you that Jodie has her comments turned off, permanently. I thought this was an oversight at first, but no, it really is true, no comments. Can you imagine? I’m tempted to bleat ‘does not commute’ but being the technophobe that I am, I should expose myself as a liar. On the other hand, I think I can say with complete confidence, that she’s done this deliberately to annoy me and wrest the last vestiges of sanity away.
Coincidentally, I’m going to tag “Karen” over at “art in the Garage,” as her creativity always leaves me in my tracks. I am seriously debating whether I could get away with hiding in the back of her garage, but my burglary skills are a little rusty.
The last few weeks have been a little crazed around here, but I promise to do better soon. I would mention in passing that I have been blogging for just over a year now. The first time someone mentioned my little blog in their blog, I practically keeled over on the spot. I was immensely pleased for some unimaginable reason that I still can’t fathom. Pleasure evaporated quickly when I realised that I was incapable of returning the favour due to inadequate bloggy skills. I am now even more immensely pleased to be able to pass it on.