Saturday, August 16, 2008

I'd Like to Thank My Family...

Thanks to Marye for giving me this bloggy award:

So the rules of the award are:

1. Put the logo on your blog.
2. Add a link to the person who awarded you
3. Give to seven other blogs
4. Add links to those blogs on your blog.
5. Leave a message for your nominee on their blogs.

Thus I now pass on to seven other bloggers this lovely award:

All That Is Good - such an inspiring family

Annika's Blog - lovely person, has great tastes, a kindred spirit
sara's art*house - very creative (love all the vibrant colors)
The Boulie Blog - very artistic (love her creations)
Marikenya - very informative, inspires interest and affection for our city
The Crafty Crow - a true godsend, a great resource for parents
Tip Junkie - another great resource, very creative and inspiring

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3 comments:

Miss Rachel said...

Hello Miss Ivy -
Thank you for your comment on my Simple Woman's Daybook. Thank you for your comment on my homestead blog as well. I was very glad to meet another blogger.

The character is a female. She gets stranded in the Amazon rain forest after flying over the Amazon river with her 19-year-old brother, Joe (Joseph). I started out with Melanie, but then moved to Charlotte. Ivy? well, that would match the story, but I don't think it would be a very good name. The natives might think she was named because she was poisonous! LOL Lemme know what you think!

Stop by again soon... and stop by my sister Jocelyn's blog... we have five new baby goats in the barn. Two today and three yesterday... what a crazy day!

Love,
Rachel

spinninglovelydays said...

Hi, Miss Rachel. Thanks for stopping by. :) Your story sounds fascinating. Hope to see it published one day.
Baby goats are so cute. You're blessed to have them, but I bet it's a busy time over there.
I've been to your sister's blog, but I'll definitely visit it again.:) Have a great one!

Blessings,
Ivy

sara's art house said...

Thanks so much for the award! What an encouragement!!! Thanks for brightening my day :)