The Sunshine Award is passed on by fellow bloggers who feel your “positivity & creativity” inspires others in the blog world. Thank you Eleenie who blogs at Denobears who believes
“Travel broadens the mind they say, living in another country certainly stretches it to the limit. I’ve cherished every minute of my country hopping adventures and want to share some of my experiences of our time in Greece and more so my new life in Bulgaria with others. I hope you enjoy them!”
In keeping with the spirit of this honor I’m:
- Posting the award to my blog
- Passing on the award to 7 of my favorite bloggers
- Sharing 7 (hopefully) interesting things about myself.
If you are reading this, thank you from the bottom of my heart for following my blog. I’m honored and flattered.
In turn I’d like to pass the Sunshine Award to the following seven bloggers. You inspire me:
A Purrfect Cat: A blogger learning about the joys of living with a cat. Stunning photos, fun read. If you love cats like I do, this one’s for you.
Boomdeeadda: A bit about Kelly “I’m living the dream with Mr Right and two rescue cats, Petals & Blossum. Life and Love is enhanced by the many on going projects. This is a Journal of these and other bits along the way.” She’s a kindred spirit and an interesting blogger. Show her some love.
Golden Hills Real Estate: My friend Bob blogs about real estate. Dry you say? Read on. His posts are fun and informative, altering between practical, informative and funny. He’s a great writer. Go take a look.
Greenhousing: “Big plans for a small garden.” I envy all their rain!
Pillows a-la Mode: Quick, crafty ideas for the hidden seamstress in all of us.
Sadie & Dasie: I click on Sadie’s site every day. She posts three stunning photos based on a one-word theme like Orange, Dots or Dogs. She has two beautiful pit bulls. Fun!
Soulsby Farm: “We believe in sustainable farming from organic heirloom seeds and are strongly against GMO’s. We grow everything organically and let our hens free range around the garden (and sometimes the neighbor’s yard).” Check out the blog and then check out their non-profit Project Garden Share. Good souls!