Monday, May 27, 2013
I was awarded the Premio-Dardos Award by my friend Rose McCauley. If you want to visit Rose, she can be found at http://www.rosemccauley.blogspot.com.
In the spirit of Romans 12:10 I wish to "Honor one another above yourself" by presenting the "Premio-Dardos" Award to the following 6 friends who faithfully share their knowledge in a fun and enjoyable way with their readers.
”Premio dardos” in Spanish means “prize darts”. The Premio-Dardos Award is an award that “acknowledges the values that every Blogger displays in his effort to transmit cultural, ethical, literary, and personal values with each message [he/she writes].” I was most grateful to receive this award and would like to express my thanks once again to MaryAnn Diorio for nominating me for it. I hope you will also check out her very prolific blog at www.maryanndiorio.com/blog
As part of the requirements for receiving the Premio-Dardos Award, the recipient must recommend other blogs deserving of the same reward. So the cycle of honoring others above ourselves will continue with them. No time limit, just spreading the love and honor.
The following blogs have been very helpful to me in various ways. They are all special to me for different reasons. I hope you will check them out and leave a comment for each of these great people.
And the winners are:
Steps by Susan Tuttle...http://stepsusan.blogspot.com/
The Bookshelf Muse...the people who brought us The Emotion Thesaurus...www.bookshelfmuse.blogspot.com
Seekerville always has great information and contests...seekerville.blogspot.com
Michelle Lim is always helpful on Thoughts on Plot...http://thoughtsonplot.wordpress.com
Katie Ganshert's blog is Writing Faith and Romance. I've become a big fan of hers...http://katieganshert.com/
House of Turquoise by Erin. This is a delightful blog where you can just sit back and enjoy the view.
There you have it, some of my favorite blogs. I hope you have time to stop by and visit them. I don't think you'll be disappointed.
Have a great week!
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