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The Sweet Award


Wow! I received this fun award from my SBS29 sister Kim Marie. She is so talented and sweet that I am happy that SBS29 has given me the opportunity to get to know her.

As part of the award, I am supposed to list 10 things that I am thankful for:
1) My husband - thank goodness I have him!
2) My daughter - every day is a new adventure
3) My extended family - my father, mother in law, brother, sister in law, brother in law, aunts, uncles etc. I am so glad to have them and that my daughter has such wonderful people to know and learn from.
4) My friends - how can you make it through life with out a few, good girl friends?
5) Jazzercise - great for saving my sanity and my health.
6) My crafting - I know you all understand this one.
7) Book, books, books - I love to read!
8) My pets - can't forget them.
9) My Ipod! - dont' think I could survive with out it. I love music of all kinds and am addicted to several podcasts.
10) Chocolate - enough said...

The rules of the award say that I have to
1) Copy and Paste the award on your blog. {check}
2) List who gave you the award and link to her blog. {check}
3) List 10 things that make you happy. {check}
4) Pass the award onto other bloggers and visit their blog to let them know! {check!}

I am passing this on to:
1) Karin
2) Micki
3) Kristal
4) Tammy
5) Stef

I know some of these ladies well and some I am just getting to know but all of them are very talented.

Take a moment to check out their blogs.

Comments

Tammy said…
Aww thanks! You are so sweet!
awww chery! you are so sweet (probably from that chocolate - LOL). thank you so much for thinking of me.

hugs :)
Micki said…
Oh Cheryl, thank you so much! I'll pass it on tomorrow (post) :-).

hugs
Karin said…
Thanks so much Cheryl!!! You are such a sweetheart and I appreciate your blogging friendship...I will be passing this on later in the week :) Have a great day!

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