B. Add a link to the person who awarded you.
C. Nominate ten other blogs, add links to those blogs, and leave a message for your nominees on their blogs.
Y'all it was so hard to just pick out ten blogs! There are 1oo's, no! Millions of cool blogs!!!
Now I need to go give notice that these fine ladies have been given these awards and pass them on! Congratulations!
- Carolyn @ Cranberry Crossings
- Cristie @ Somewhere in Time (Private Blog)
- Valerie @ It's a Wonderful Life
- Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality
- Anya @ Hills Creek Quilter (Please go look at her quilts!)
- Manuela @ The Pleasures of Homemaking
- Strawberry Blond @ Shack on the Rocks (Another B'ham Metro Gal)
- Deb @ Deb's Country Kisses (Another B'ham Metro Gal) Hey, I'm getting them all!
- Karla @ Ramblin' Roads (and make sure you check out her other blog 'Another Road to Ramble' Book Review Blog)
- Sandi @ Whistle Stop Cafe Cooking (Yum Yum! Check out her blogs! And another B'Ham Metro Gal!)
My next Award is the Kreativ Blogger Award. It is from Karla @ Ramblin' Roads and Anya @ Hills Creek Quilter. Thank you ladies!
1. The winner may put the logo on her/his blog.
The rules from Anya @ Hills Creek Quilter are:
2. Put a link to the person you got the award from in your blog.
3. Nominate 5 blogs.
4. Put links to the blogs.
5. Leave a message for your nominees.
The Rules From Karla @ Ramblin' Roads are:
- Mention the blog that gave it to you.
- Comment on her blog to let her know you have posted the award.
- Share 6 values that are important to you.
- Share 6 things you do not support.
- Share the love with six other wonderful blogging friends.
I am going to combine the requirements. The recipients may do the same.
My 6 Important Values:
- My Salvation thru Jesus Christ and my Relationship with Him
- The example I set for my daughter and child
- I am Pro-Life
- A strong marriage & family with Jesus Christ as the center
- Fitness and good health
- Dirty Politicians/Ministers (Ministries)
- Alcohol/Drug Abuse
- Parents Who do not discipline their Children or teach them respect