Wednesday, January 28, 2009

An Award

Hi friends, The Pink Cowboy has given me tremendous praise (and his excellent friendship) along with this cute Scribbler award. Naturally, there are some rules I just might bring over from his post. I get to name five other deserving bloggers who not only are worth reading but also bring their sweet natured yet powerfully potent hearts to all of their creative work. (Yes, I've adapted the criteria but you can select according to the rules below if you want! Also, if someone seemed as if they had too much blogging work to do, I gave them a break)

And the winners are...envelope please...:




The warm natured insightful dancer, Catherine at A Thousand Clapping Hands



The inspirational and clever artist Dianne at Intuitive Painting



My new beautiful sunshine connoisseur friend Marie Isabelle Reed at Cpaphil Vintage Postcards



The dear busy, funny and creative, Natalie at Musings from the Deep



The creative and brilliant dreamer, Mary Ann at Blue Sky Dreaming



Here are the rules I copy/pasted from The Pink Cowboy:



(Sorry if they are a bit bossy....just do your best!)



RULES:
You must pass along this award to five (5) others who I have found to be thoughtful, creative, and most importantly, entertaining. ;
1. Each Superior Scribbler must in turn pass The Award on to 5 most-deserving Bloggy Friends. 2. Each Superior Scribbler must link to the author & the name of the blog from whom he/she has received The Award.
3. Each Superior Scribbler must display The Award on his/her blog, and link to Scholastic-Scribe, which explains The Award.
4. Each Blogger who wins The Superior Scribbler Award must visit this post and add his/her name to the Mr. Linky List. That way, we’ll be able to keep up-to-date on everyone who receive
this Prestigious Honor.
5. Each Superior Scribbler must post these rules on his/her blog.

20 comments:

  1. I'm jumping up and down and clapping my hands!!! Yipeee! Thanks heaps and heaps:)

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  2. Oh Cynthia, Thank you so much! I've seen this award around blogland but here I am awarded! Give me a few days and I'll follow all the instructions...again thank you!
    Mary Ann

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  3. Congratulations on your award! It's fun to receive those and just as fun to give them away.

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  4. Marie Reed, cute...I can just see you!<3

    Mary Ann (BSD), I'm so glad this was one that you wanted. :-)<3

    Tangobaby, thank you for tagging me last month. I enjoyed the task! You're always giving and getting these...such an experienced blogger! I loved your interview questions! <3

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  5. What an honor! You always brighten my day, Madame! I am scratching my head over the rules - you have no idea how twisted my wires can get - but, as you said, I will do my best. But what is Mr. Linky List?
    Your pal,
    Catherine

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  6. Catherine, I tried to sign the Mr. Linky list recently, but it said it was broken! That's the master list of winners of this award. If you click on Scribbler above, it should connect you.(I'll try again another time, soon.) So glad that you like the award! <3

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  7. Award winners, I signed the Mr. Linky List, today. Just click on the Scribbler link above, and it connects you to a blog where the Award began. Click on the "master" award on the sidebar and it takes you to the place where you add your name to the award master list. Not so difficult this time, afterall. :-)

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  8. Ha, Ha! Thankyou, Cynthia! How fun!

    The "rules" have me bamboozled too, but I'll get the Hub. to help me. :)

    I'm excited! :D Thanks for thinking of me.xx

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  9. Natalie, your blog is fun and from the heart! I hope the rules aren't too much of a puzzle. Thank goodness for Mr.H! :-)

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  10. Dear Cynthia,
    Wow! I feel so honoured that you have chosen me out of all those wonderful bloggers out there. Sorry I have taken so long to get here, I was helping Kim post the interview so didn't get near my favourite blogs last night.
    Thanks for reading the interview and making a lovely comment.

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  11. How about this, Cynthia, I made it over to see what you are all about...and here is the award you spoke about. I can see how you were selected to receive it...Congratulations to be sure!

    This is so exciting...I love finding new blogs. Now I look forward to learning all about yours!

    Thanks So Much, Cynthia!

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  12. Dianne, I so glad you are back online. I did enjoy your interview. I hope that now more people will be able to read it. Your life story is so facinating!<3

    Kim, Thank you for your welcome visit. I also look forward to reading your creative postings. <3

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  13. Hi Cynthia, I came over to see you after you left such a lovely comment for me at my place, and I see that you've won this award for yours! Congratulations! I can see that it is so well deserved! yay! well done you! I am so happy to have found you now :)
    xx lori

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  14. Thank you Lori ann, I do hope you come over for a visit more often. <3

    Reader Wil, thanks! <3

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  15. Pink Cowboy, who I also love, clearly has great taste. Congratulations! And thanks for listing more blogs that I need to check out. THERE IS NOT ENOUGH TIME TO DO LAUNDRY or BILLS because I take hours in blogland! lol

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  16. Sydney, I adore your visit...and will you please advise me on which of your three blogs you give the most time and energy? You are a busy blogger!

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  17. Congratulations on your well deserved award! Also, thank you for the book recommendations on your sidebar! I enjoyed "Eat, Pray, Love", "A Year in Provence" and "Almost French". I am looking forward to reading "Bread Alone", "A House in Fez" and "C'est la Vie". :-)

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  18. JAPRA, thank you for coming over to our Oasis. Bread Alone is really for the person who want to cook bread...authentically. I contains many interesting stories that feature bakers, places, history. I enjoy it completely because I love to mix life stories in my thoughts while I'm mixing the bread dough. The other's you mention will be fun reads because you are having a comparable experience. (I hope you see this buried in time comment.) <3

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