Dessert With Thirteen Special Bloggers
Super Sweet Blogging Award
By – Sheri de Grom
I’ve heard others say they prefer not to receive awards; they take too much time and effort. I agree with the time and effort, but for me, it’s always an honor to be the recipient of an award. They make my blogging journey fulfilling and enjoyable.
The always-inspiring, Patty at http://thoughtsfromanamericanwoman.wordpress.com nominated me for the Super Sweet Blogging Award. Thank you Patty for this honor.
I started following Patty’s blog months ago when another faith-based blog nominated her for yet another award and I’ve never been disappointed with a single post I’ve read.
The questions I’m to answer:
Give credit to the person who chose to nominate you. http://thoughtsfromanamericanwoman.wordpress.com
Answer the super sweet questions.
- Cookies or Cake? Layered cake, please.
- Chocolate or Vanilla? Chocolate.
- Favorite sweet treat? British-style scone. No icing. I prefer chocolate chunk.
- When do you crave sweet things the most? Late afternoon with a latté.
- If you had a sweet nickname, what would it be? Sweetie-Pie. (From hubby only!)
The final requirement for receiving the Super Sweet Blogging Award is to name a baker’s dozen (13) of my favorite bloggers. I enjoy all the blogs I read and I’ve met great writers, philosophers and photographers. I recognize some of the bloggers I mention may not accept awards but I mention them so that others may also enjoy their talents. My list is in no particular order.
http://theinnerwildkat.wordpress.com – Kitt writes of her passion for books, writing and music.
http://thenicethingaboutstrangers.com – Paige writes short non-fiction stories based on years of travel.
www.patriciayagerdelagrange.com – You can count on Patti to bring you the latest on animal rights and she’s a wonderful women’s fiction author.
www.lakefrontmuse.com – Mary is another great women’s fiction author, publisher and savvy promoter.
http://sarahirvinphotograohy.wordoress.com – Sarah presents life through a camera. She’s an amazing young talent on the cusp of breaking into the world of photo journalism.
http://readingthroughthebs.wordpress.com – Terrific book reviews. The author calls it like she reads it.
http://pregaandthelooon.wordpress.com – This amazing author writes to heal the wounds of domestic violence. Her words are lyrical and she’s given hundreds of victims the courage to step forward in the brief time her blog has been up.
http://holdouts.wordpress.com – Deep POV written in the form of essays by Julia Whitmore. Julia writes on a large range of topics including: book reviews, bicycling, environment, philosophy, sociobiology, etc.
http://memorybearsbybonnie.wordpress.com – A ministry of love. Bonnie makes memory bears for those who are hurting due to the loss of a loved one.
http://throughthehealinglens.com – Images and poetic expressions by Robyn Lee.
http://ahundredyearsago.com – Sheryl post the entries from her grandmother’s diary of one-hundred years ago. Information on this blog is factual and historically correct.
http://nataliehartford.com – Natalie advocates against those that drive while impaired. Additionally she blogs on pure silliness. Her ability to divide the two parts of her life is genuine and there’s no doubt where her heart is.
www.shereads.org – An on-line book club, reviews and author interviews.
There you have it. My baker’s dozen. I’d add everyone I follow if I could.
It’s now the responsibility of those I’ve nominated to post the award icon to their blog and answer the dessert questions and share thirteen of their favorite blogs with us.
Thank you http://thoughtsfromanamericanwoman.wordpress.com for thinking of me. Patty writes an amazing faith-based blog and her posts are a joy and inspiration to read.