Now that I’m finally back from gypsying around…
…it’s time to catch up on all my THANK YOU! ‘s to a few generous & wonderful bloggers who have been kind enough to nominate my blog for some sweet awards.
First, I would like to thank an inspiring gypsy-brethren duo over at Live. Explore. Learn. Remember. for nominating me for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award.
Thanx, guys! 🙂
Faraaz & Aneesa have a travelicious blog that you just must check out. I adore their posts about their experiences living in Korea told from both a male & female perspective that enlightens while entertaining. Brilliant! I love their personalities & spend hours traveling with them thru their engaging posts. Totally addicting…like travel-chocolate! 🙂
I’ve been nominated for The Booker Award, an award for blogs containing insightful posts – excerpts, views, reviews – pertaining to books, reading or writing.
I’d like to thank Ivon, the very generous blogger who nominated me for this award & who shares his wisdom as a teacher with us through his keenly thoughtful blog Teacher As Transformer.
Ivon’s blog is one you will continually revisit for the reward of education, reflection, and emotion shared in intelligent posts which leave you thinking deeply about all manner of life’s issues.
Thank you, Ivon!
I’ve won the Fabulous Blog Ribbon Award!
Thank you to TheIntrinsicWriter for honoring me with this sweet award. You must check out her blog – she’s a wonderfully talented writer with great insight and riveting expression of it.
I’ve won the One Lovely Blog Award!
Thank you to Spence Angeltvedt for nominating me for this lovely award.
If you haven’t visited his blog, you really should. It’s a wonderful place to learn all about the many ways we can help save animals from the many forms of neglect & abuse they suffer at the hands of humans around the world.
For this award, I must list 5 interesting things about myself. But since my ‘self‘ isn’t as interesting to me as other ‘selves‘, I’m going to list 5 interesting About pages I’ve come across around the bloggerhood.