Monday, February 4, 2008

You like me, you really like me!

Well, at least my friend Davina does..she gave me (and Princess) this
lovely award on her blog....
Now to share...
These are some of the Homeschooler Bloggers who inspire me

Cher Mere
If I could move to her town and live in her neighborhood, I would.;-)

She keeps me on my toes..she is so organized and resourceful !

I have never met Heather (in real life), but we have been online friends for a couple of years now.
I often read her blog and wish we could join in on the fun she sets up for her boys!
She is also one of the few people who doesn't think I'm odd because I cannot leave my library without 2 bags
of if I needed more encouragement in this area. lol

My other friend Jenny
Although her daughter is younger than Princess, I love seeing what books she's reading and her little one is so cute..who can resist?

Now I will stop there, because we are a small circle, and I don't want to hog the award giving.
Enjoy and go spread the joy ladies!


Jenny said...

Thank you, Kate! You are so sweet to include me in your list. One of these days, I'll get an award first so I can give YOU one! :o)

Catching Fireflies said...

Thank you so much . :))

Heather said...

Thank you so much for the award. It made my day. You are definetly not odd for getting that much books. I wish mine only fit in 2 bags. LOL. Maybe we should start a support group. Hello my name is Heather and I am addicted to library books. Nah nothing wrong with that. LOL. Thanks again.

Jenny said...

Dear Kate,

Thank you so much for blessing me with this award. I must confess that ifor me to have chosen a path in life in which I do not receive regular feedback through job performance reviews, raises or report cards. Receiving this award is like getting my own little report card. It warms my heart to know that what I am writing is helpful to someone else on the same path.

Thank you so much!


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