The rules of the award are:
1. The winner can put the logo on her blog.
2. Link the person you received your award from.
3. Nominate at least 7 other blogs.
4. Put links of those blogs on yours.
5. Leave a message on the blogs of those you've nominated
I love lots of blogs……um……is that a surprise?
Anyway, due to excessive amounts of summer holidays and lots of spare bodies flopping about all over the place, I have be far too neglectful.
I have to be careful about this one, as although there are lots of blogs that I read, some of them are a bit rude. It would be just my luck to link to someone who chooses that day to be extra rude, and then where would I be!
I feel a fit of the vapours coming on just at the mere thought of such a possibility.
I think I shall play safe. [Note yellow stripe down back?]
First to “Scribbit” who I visit regularly even though she’s buried under rubble at the moment. Oddly enough when I first went there, I thought she was just a little blog like everyone else because there weren’t many comments. I assumed that she was just bimbling along with the rest of us. A lonely little lady in the frozen wastes of Alaska with me all isolated in San Jose, almost the perfect pen pal. Just goes to show that appearances can be deceptive.
My newer ones are “5 Minutes for Special Needs Mums” although I can’t for the life of me think why?
“Slurping Life” is a regular although the photo challenges are driving me quite batty.
I recently re-discovered “The Blogess” but the font size is a strain on the old bifocals. It’s an easy place to hide and she always gives me a little escape giggle.
“O Mighty Crisis” is a great site. I admit that I am black and white biased of course but her writing style always keeps me intrigued and amused. What more could anyone ask for?
“Carrie” at “Fully Caffeinated” is very much a kindred spirit. If this is a new one for you, then I would suggest that you start here at her post called “house rules” as I need one of those signs too! Although “Nature Corrects” is also excellent as is “Chaos Theory.” Oopsie, a little bit carried away there.
Is that seven?
Near enough then.