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Thursday, March 27, 2008

when in doubt, look intelligent. . .

6only wishful thinking in Minnesota 6
So, right before my life got really stupid, and I went away for a week and then I lost my dear four-legged friend, I had been lovingly gifted with an award from two blogging buddies: Granny Smith and Inland Empire Girl.


Granny Smith was my first real visitor to my blog which appeared one year ago this week! She is a renaissance woman of the highest order and if we were broadcasting from Great Britain, she'd be Dame Phyllis. Hers is a life well-lived, chock full of experiences, and she continues to astound me with her eye for beauty, writing talent, kindness and élan.

Inland Empire Girl is multi-talented, kind, cooks better than Martha, gardens, takes marvelous photographs, her writing will knock your socks off, but most important of all, she's a fellow dog lover and Idahoan!

Many thanks for thinking of me when it came time to pass out the honors! Now comes the fun part--I pass this award on to:

Y Y Y Y Y

Yolanda @ perfectly imperfect. . .I don't know, there's just something pure about her spirit, her photos and blog are uplifting and rewarding to read.

Tammy @ Queen Size Funny Bone. . .funny, fellow Italian with a great outlook and wonderful stories to tell.

Blue @ Behind Kyanite's Door. . .another lover of all things blue. Enough said.



That is what friendship means.

Sharing the prejudice of experience.

Charles Bukowski

5 comments:

Blue said...

Hi there!

How very sweet of you to pass on this lovely friendship award. We lovers of blue must stick together.
Thank you so much

Take care
Blue
x

Inland Empire Girl said...

Thank you for the kind words. My husband just commented as I read it," Honey.. I have never tasted Martha's cooking, but I sure love yours!"lol

Catherine said...

Congrat's on the friendship award!!
I am a lover of "Blue" too! :D
Happy spring!
Cat

Tristi Pinkston said...

Happy Blogoverary!

I'm here by way of Gardens By the Lake -- nice to meet you -- and you've got a great blog.

Granny Smith said...

Awww! I'm blushing. We began blogging at almost the same time, and I have treasured our friendship.

Thank you for them kind words!

Phyllis