Sunday, February 15, 2009

Creative Blogger Awards & Other Froms of Bloggy Love

This thank you and acknowledgement is long overdue. A few weeks back, my blog friend and fellow Peace Tree blogger, Betmo nominated The Pagan Sphinx as a recipient of this lovely award. Betmo also has two blogs I follow: Life's Journey and Betmo's Corner. She is a tireless news hound - I find myself turning to Life's Journey if I really want to know what's going on from a real-life Leftist American Feminist Woman and all-around very cool and lovely person! And Betmo's Corner is like a little santuary in the frenzied blog world. I don't know if Betmo ever received this award herself but just in case, I'm re-giving it to her for fantastic haiku in the Little Sanctuary.



Thank you for your kindness and generosity, Bet!

I would in turn like to give the Creative Blogger Award to the following six people. All creative, intense, fascinating, beautiful people. Please give yourself a break from the pressures of life and blogging by visiting their sites to view their beautiful work.

Thorne from California, Carmi from London, Ontario (through The Pagan's Eye) and Soulbrush (also via The Pagan's Eye) from London, England, are new friends whose blogs I've been really enjoying a connection with. Keep up all your wonderfully create efforts, everyone!

Love,
Pagan Sphinx

Linda at Vulture Peak Muse (painting and photography)
Susan and co-blogger Crow at Phantsy That (painting, jewelry and fabric art and writing)
Steve at Color Sweet Tooth (painting other creative forces)
Thorne at Thorne's World (writing, photography, tatoo art)
Soul at Soulbrush (painting)
Carmi at Written, Inc. (photography and writing)
Betmo at Betmo's Corner (poetry)

8 comments:

  1. gina, you are so lovely!! thank you ;)

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  2. i love checking out blogs that friends recomend.thanks.

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  3. thank you so much my friend :) words cannot express...

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  4. Tarnation! I forgot to link The Peace Tree. I'll go do that now.

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  5. Pagan - Thanks so much for this award. I've already accepted it on my blog (early for me).

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  6. You are so very gracious and I'm very appreciative of your friendship.

    I hope the two of you have a wonderful holiday. I've heard there are some excellent museums in NYC ;-)

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  7. Wow. Thank you sweetness. I'm sincerely honored.

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  8. Thorne: I think you're wonderful. Full of love and ideas and energy and hope. You'se cool, Dudette! ((hugs))

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