Thursday, March 5, 2009

Feelin the Love

The bloggy love that is!
Casey, over at Save-A-Dime
has given me the Triple Award.





Forgive me friends while I sit here and gaze upon it for a while.....

OK, Seriously, there are rules. You all know I must follow the rules

Stop snickering Zilla! Seriously, just for that..I am tagging you first!

Ha! Now, are you happy? I need to follow the rules, and so here they are

1. Put the logo on your blog or post.

2. Nominate 10 blogs which show great Attitude and/or Gratitude.(If you don't have 10, its OK.)3. Be sure to link to your nominees within your post.

4. Let them know they have received this award by commenting on their blog.

5. Share the love and link to this post and to the person from whom you received your award.



Now for three Mommy Bloggers that I know in real life

  • Angela,who was my FIRST (in real life) Homeschooling friend.
  • Naomi, I knew her way before she became a Mommy, or a blogger.
  • And finally, my best "Freecycling find", a woman who joined a small offshoot of a bigger homeschool group at the same time as me,who picked up the pieces when that group fell apart.Yes,Melissa, I'm calling you out with the hopes that you will update your blog more often!She keeps me sane in real life more than she knows, and provides my Princess with the all important socialization.The Unlikely Schoolhouse

Enjoy the love Gals and feel free to spread it around, but no guilt...I gave up guilt for Lent. ;-)

3 comments:

Nina said...

Thanks for letting me share my attitude online and off. :) Alhough, I wonder if it wouldn't be better to personify Gratitude. ;)

8)(8 said...

Congratulations. You have so much variety here, and you really do it well.

Thank you Kate, that is a nice compliment.

planetharris said...

Ha, ha! Thanks, Kate! I'm a slower reader these days, but I'm catchin' up! Can't wait to see you guys at month end!!!

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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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