Thursday, October 18, 2007

AN AWARD FOR ME ?!?!?!?!?!!

Julie of teacherjulie surprised me with the Egel Nest Blog Award, an award started by Bradley Egel who described it as an "award to blog of excellence (eggscellence)". (only hope my blog is excellent enough) Thank you very much, Julie, for finding my blog inspirational. I am very much humbled and also sincerely grateful. My wish and hope is that I can inspire more. I proudly share this award with: Nancze - I feel her gentleness and caring ways everytime I read her posts. Rondah - she shows that working from 9 to 5 and beyond is no reason why one should stop pursuing a dream and still be an excellent full-time mother and wife. Virginia - her posts push me to think about writing, what to write, how to write, and to write, write, write..... I am sure she inspires so many more. Rachel - for being Rachel - soulful, thoughtful, inspiring, loving, caring ........ Yvonne - because of her site an intelligent and insightful community of bloggers is brought together.

8 comments:

Yvonne Russell said...

How cool! Thanks so much Princess. It's a real honor.

Princess said...

You are welcome, Yvonne!!!

Virginia said...

Thanks for the award, Princess. I am truly honored. I always thrilled just to have someone take one of my ideas and write something.

Heart of Rachel said...

Congratulations for this well deserved recognition.

Thank you for sharing it with me. I appreciate that very sweet description.

Happy weekend!

Princess said...

I am amazed at the amount of stories, events, moments you have in you, Virginia. And the way you prompt readers - even more amazing!Please don't run out of ideas to write about until I get my writing groove (grin) in place.

Nancze said...

Hi Princess, I am very touched that you have shared this award with me. Thank you from my heart. I have come to cherish our online friendship. I was so blessed by the pictures and writing of your trip and what a blessing to have a goddaughter, named after you!, to help. My memory is very bad anymore too. Sometimes I get so sad when JD will recount some of the things the children did when they were little and I don't remember it. So I know how you feel. One day in heaven will be able to look back and recall all the wonderful things of our life here. Love and ~hugs~

The Egel Nest said...

Congrats on your Egel nest Award :)


Bradley
The Egel Nest

Princess said...

Thanks, Bradley.
Only somebody with a generous heart would think of starting an award like the Egel Nest Award.
Happy weekend to you and your family.
Princess