Friday, February 13, 2009

A refreshing blog about homeschooling

I have been given an award...see here.


It's an award for blogs that make you feel like you've just sipped an ice cold lemonade on a nice, warm day. A Refreshing Blog with lots of upbeat attitude and at times, just plain attitude !

Here are the rules:
Put the logo on your blog or post.
Nominate at least 5 blogs that show attitude and/or gratitude.
Be sure to link to your nominees within your post.

Let them know they have received this award by commenting on a post.
Nominate your favorites and link to this blog.

Now, I'm not saying which ones show more gratitude and which more attitude,


I nominate...


Mrs W


and my other friend




now it said at least, so Heather, Cher,Nina,Mariposa,Frankie,Patrice

you get one too! You all make me feel refreshed in so many ways!

Now go, share the love and lemonaid. ;-)


8)(8 said...

Kate, congratulations! You certainly demonstrate both qualities and that makes your blog interesting and inspiring. P is a lucky girl.

And thank you for my nomination as well!

Tara said...

Thank you very many times.

I shall go forth and spread the wonder and the love :)

Wendy Hawksley said...

Aw, thanks! I have shared it with others. :)

Frankie said...

Congrats and thank you!

I was thnking this would be a leg lamp by your comment. lol This is lovely.

Anonymous said...

Oh thanks! It is nice to know that I can be refreshing even when I feel anything but that.

Enjoy the weekend!

Sandra said...

I feel the same way about your blog, Kate! So glad that you're here sharing your days with us :)

Thank you bunches for the sweet recognition, Kate! Hope your weekend was full of love!

Cher Mere said...

Thank you! I like that I am like lemonade - nice and tart! ;)

Casey said...

My kids have all finished school.
But if I had children I think homeschool is the way to go.
Good for you, And good for your children.

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My homeschool buddies and I are all posting pics of our "home schools" as part of our idea sharing.

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