Right before Christmas hit, I was going through my emails to see if anyone had commented on my last post, Disenchantment at Christmas. I came across a comment made by by another blogger, Irene. However it wasn’t on my last post and, instead, was on my About page. She was nominating me for The Blog of the Year 2013 Award. I had seen others get this award and had seen some of the blogs who had gotten the one for 2012. I had been wanting this award for a while so when I read the email of Irene’s comment, as you would expect, I was ecstatic. Although the other awards mean a lot to me too, this one covers such a large variety of types of blogs. This is a milestone for me.
Thank you, Irene
Please visit her blog. She’s quite entertaining.
Section 1: Directions for you to accept the Blog of the Year 2013 Award
- Select the blog(s) you think deserve the Blog of the Year 2013 Award.
- Write a blog post and tell us about the blog(s) you have chosen- there are no minimum or maximum number of blogs required- and ‘present’ the blog(s) with their award.
- Let the blog(s) that you have chosen know that you have given them this award and share the instructions with them- (please don’t alter the instructions or the badges!)
- Come over and say hello to the originator of the Blog Of The Year 2013 Award via this link:http://thethoughtpalette.co.uk/blog-awards-2-/blog-of-the-year-2013-award/
- You can now also join the Blog Of The Year Award Facebook Page. Click the link here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlogoftheYear
Share your blog posts with an even wider audience.
- And as a winner of the award- please add a link back to the blog that presented you with this award-and then proudly display the award on your blog- and start collecting stars!
Section 2: Badges
Section 3: I’m awarding this “The Blog of the Year 2013 Award” to:
Mary’s blog, 1950 Memories of Suburban Adventures
Mary’s blog, like mine, is about days long gone. Mary wants to leave something for her children and their descendants. What better is there than family memories and history? None I can think of. The 1950s and 1960s were magical times for those of us who were growing up during those years. Although some had more than they probably needed, along with those of us who had just enough, if that, had wonderful times. Mary tells these stories, giving us reason to ponder and smile.
Mary, I hope you will accept my nomination for this award.
Happy New Year to all of you!