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Beautiful Blogger Award

I was very honored that Leanne gave me this sweet award. I have been blogging less than a year and I am amazed the the number of sweet, talented ladies that I have been lucky enough to get to know. Leanne, thank you!


The rules of the award are as follows:
1) Add a link and a note of thanks to the person giving the award.
2) Pass the award on to 15 bloggers whose blogs you recently discovered that you love.
3) Share 7 things about yourself.


So here are the 7 things about myself
1) I have been married to my husband, Mike, since 1998 but we had been dating since 1991.
2) I have one daughter who is 8-years old and loves to craft with me.
3) I love to listen to all kinds of music.
4) I am hopelessly addicted to Starbucks cafe mocha
5) I love to Jazzercise.
6) I love to read.
7) I love digital stamps. I found them less than a year ago and love them for so many reasons.

So now to pass on to 15 bloggers. I am actually going to pass to a few more than 15. I am passing this award on to all my new sisters at SBS29. I am so happy to have met them and I find them inspiring.

1) Carole
2) Cindy
3) Donna
4) Joan
5) Joanne
6) Julie
7) Kathy
8) Kellie
9) Kim Marie
10) Lela
11) Lorraine
12) Louise
13) Mary
14) Rhonda
15) Ronnie
16) Shelly
17) Stephanie
18) Susan
19) Tammy
20) Tracy
21) Tracey

Comments

Tracey said…
Thank you Cheryl, have a good day :)

Hugs
Tracey
xx
Tracy said…
Thanks so much Cheryl!!
Paper Addict said…
Oh, you are so sweet, I am honored, thank you so much for the wonderful award.....
CHARITY CRAFTER said…
Congrats on winning the blog award you deserve it hun x Leigh x
Congrats on that fun award Cheryl! You deserve it!
Kellie said…
Thanks Cheryl for the award. I was tickled when I read this. Im off to check out the Think Green Challenge.
Kathy said…
Well deserved Cheryl! So sweet of you to pass it on. Thanks~Kathy
LuLu said…
Thanks Cheryl . . . off to put my thinking hat on now!

Lou
x

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