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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

One Lovely Blog Award

Today I was awarded the One Lovely Blog Award by Sheri Salatin. Thanks, Sheri.

There are two rules to accepting this award.
1. Tell 7 random facts about yourself.
2. Pick 5 other blogs to pass the award on to.

Here are my kids at Scott's graduation.

1. I was a girly girl until God gave me sons.
2. I enjoy watching SEC sports. I cheer for Georgia football and Kentucky basketball.
3. I love tennis now and Asbury University is my favorite tennis team.
4. I love spending time at the beach any time of the year.
5. I fell for my husband the moment I met him.
6. I have a beautiful daughter-in-law and granddaughter.
7. I take a book almost everywhere I go.

Some of my favorite blogs that I'd like to award are:
Regina's a mustard seed of faith. http://reginatittel.blogspot.com

The Queencityquill by my friend Heidi Glick. http://queencityquill.blogspot.com

Steps is another lovely blog by Susan. http://stepsusan.blogspot.com

A Prisoner of Hope is a tight, crisp blog by Megan. http://megandimaria.blogspot.com

Nancy Kimball shares her experiences of writing on http://nancykimball.blogspot.com

You all have lovely blog designs. Now you have a chance to encourage others by awarding them a lovely blog award.


  1. Thank you, Jackie, for the award. I think you have a lovely blog too! :)

  2. Congratulations on your award! It took me quite some time to figure out how you commented at my blog about MY award... before I'd published Sheri's comment! hehe! Finally I figured it out. Nice to 'meet' you. :)

  3. Thanks Jackie:) Such a 'lovely' award to receive! Truly appreciate it.

  4. You all deserved the award. Have a great day!

  5. Thank you, Jacki. I've tried to comment several times, perhaps this time it will work!
    By the way, you have a great idea for this blog. I hope to send in a picture of our back porch view when the leaves change!


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