Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Blog Awards Galore



No matter what you all say, I still believe I'm unworthy. That doesn't stop me from enjoying being the recipient of blog awards. It's nice to know that people come here and derive enjoyment and information from my posts. Isn't that what it's all about? FromDiva Jood of Journeys With Jood comes a two for the price of one.

Thank you, Diva, for thinking of The Pagan Sphinx among so many wonderful blogs you follow.

I'd like to present these awards to the following bloggers for their dedication, sincerity, humanity and commitment to their causes and/or passions:

Bobbie of Almost There

Kelly of America As Seen By Kelly

Liberality

The Teach at Work of the Poet - I don't know The Teach very well, but I have to give her the awards simply because she hosts Ruby Tuesday, which brings me so much satisfaction weekly! You rock, Teach!

Lin of Sandpiper's Place - I know Lin that you're very busy with your ill mom right now and I want you to know that there is no obligation for you to do anything with the awards; actually that goes for anyone)

8 comments:

  1. Gina, you overwhelm me. These are numbers 3 and 4! And I should give them right back, because you deserve them both. I do love your blog!

    Thank you so very much!

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  2. Congrats - well deserved. You're one of the first places I check on the web every day. The art has a lot to do with that, of course, but it ain't all of it. There's a lot to like on your blog.

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  3. Thank you dear Gina. You do post a lot of interesting art as Steve has commented. I also like hearing from your part of the country and I like reading about your family too. I feel like the blogospere has brought me so many friends and even though I don't know you in the flesh, I do get to know you through your words and pictures.

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  4. You three are among the people whose blogs I can't go without checking regularly.

    Bowing deeply with palms together.

    Pagan

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  5. Well deserved, Gurrrl. Your blog is inspiring, as well as being a really comfortable place to be!

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  6. CR: I'm glad you're comfortable coming here. Really. And thanks for introducing me to blogging. Yours was the first time I'd read a blog and I was smitten! You deserve awards too but I know you don't focus much on that sort of thing...which is totally cool. I'm just a sucker for an award, what can I say...

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  7. Pagan Sphinx, wow, these are wonderful awards! I thank you very much! I hope we'll get to know each other better as time goes on... I will post these awards on my blog today and pass them on to other blogger friends! Again thank you!:)

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  8. Congratulations to you...You and your blog deserve these awards so much!! Thank you so much for thinking of me and honoring me with this as well. I'm sorry it's taken me a while to get back to you, things have been pretty hectic, but I do appreciate this so much and I'll be working to catch up and pass it on as quickly as possible! Hope everything is going well! Peace to you my friend! Kelly

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