Monday, January 28, 2008

A Day Made---Before I Even Get Dressed



I am pleased as punch to receive this award from Laritza at YorkSett Arts & Crafts! Now I pass it on to ten bloggers who bring me happiness and inspiration.

BUT if you are a hyper busy individual and this award feels like an annoying chain letter, I promise happiness will not be snatched away if you tuck away your award and do nothing more than take a look at my blog and the others who are on the list.

The easiest thing would be to send the award to the very same blogs I sent the "nice award" to some months back because they do make my day. In attempting to expand my circle, know that every blog I subscribe to brings me ever increasing happiness and inspiration. I don't have time right now to give a detailed review of the selected blogs, but I know you will find a little spark in each one . In no particular order, check out the following:

1. Virginia A. Spiegel
2. Textillian
3. NZ flax weaving
4. Pleasant and Delightful
5. Karma-Free Cooking
6. Talking About Weaving
7. Leigh's Fiber Journal
8. Rosemary-go-Round
9. Fiberewetopia
10. Unravelling

Thank you all for making my day!

8 comments:

Madelyn said...

Bonnie,

I am sooooooo flattered by your post. Thanks a lot for letting me and everyone know how much you like my little blog - KarmaFree Cooking.

Much success to you with all your projects.

Madelyn.

Anonymous said...

Bonnie - You made MY day! Thank you for reading my blog and sharing it with others.

Warm regards,
Virginia

textillian said...

Wow! I am kind of dumbstruck. I didn't realize that you read my blog! Thank you.

Patrick (textillian)

Meg in Nelson said...

Ahhhhhh, thank you for this, Bonnie. It's 7.41 in the morning, and what a way to start my day!!!

Leigh said...

Bonnie, thank you so much! I am honored! I think you definitely deserve this award. Great links too!

Peg in South Carolina said...

Thanks for including me, and thanks especially for taking the time to list some of your favorite blogs. Rosemary-go-Round is new to me (yes, I do knit, mostly in the doctor's office and as a passenger in the car--places where I can't figure out how to get a loom....). She has really interesting tutorials that I have bookmarked and hope, hope, hope to get back to.

irene said...

I finally made it into your blog.

Romi said...

Thank you so much for making *my* day!!! :)