Supposedly this was a line murmured at the Academy Awards by Samantha Dzurkoc:
I’d like to thank all the little people who made this possible, but I can’t remember your names.
Personally, I think that’s hysterical.
Of course, I’m not one of the “little people” who made Samantha’s Academy Award possible. =)
So, in accepting my Liebster Award, I’d like to thank Kate Wood. I met Kate at a Kristen Lamb class. Her blog is amazing. She writes about Celtic lore and takes you on a literal journey through Celtic history. Absolutely fascinating.
I won the Liebster Blog Award!
In keeping with the traditions associated with receiving the Liebster Blog Award, I must now convey the following:
Winners of a Liebster must:
1. Post the award on your blog and show thanks to the blogger who gave you the award by linking back to them via the award graphic ~ Check!
2. Reveal your top five picks and let them know by leaving a comment on their blog or send them a shout out on Twitter. ~ Check!
3. Bask in the love from the most supportive people on the Internet – other writers (and bloggers) ~ and, Check!
So, here we go, for my top five picks for the next Liebster –
Jennifer Tanner – I met Jennifer a year and a half ago. We’ve been best internet buddies ever since. Jennifer’s blog is a melange of old fashioned goodness, fond memories and easy reading.
Becke Martin Davis posts at The Family TreeThyme. She also posts on Barnes and Noble, on Romance University and well, just about everywhere! One of the busiest ladies I know. But if you get a glimpse of her garden? You’ll have garden envy ever after.
Linda Burke’s blog is fascinating. First she offers helpful tax hints to writers. TO WRITERS. Not just helpful tax hints, but ones specifically meant for writers. Wonderful. I print them all out. If you are a writer, subscribe now. Serious.
Patricia Sands Patricia has a wonderful book out, called The Bridge Club. On her blog, Everyone has a Story, she posts about France, writing and has the most wonderful photos. Eye candy! Wander over to Patricia’s blog and just oogle the sights.
Nancy Nicholson Nancy’s blog Flying with the Phoenix fascinates the bejeebers out of me. All about her and her family’s life aboard the Fawkes, a beautiful sailboat. Learning how to cook chili in a galley (with a pressure cooker!) and sitting out hurricanes and …well…I’m not going to give it all away! Stop by and visit…you’ll enjoy yourself immensely.
Thanks for passing along the award Kate! Much appreciated! =)