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Monday, August 20, 2012

The Liebster Blog Award







        Sometime ago I was awarded the Liebster Award by my blogging friend Dawn over at beneath the surface-dawn. I was having computer issues and told her thank you for the award and I would get to doing my part for the award later on. In the aftermath of computer issues, mine crashed. I forgot. (mea culpa) Thank you for the thoughtfulness of the award.

       Recently, I received an email from a new blogging friend, Janette over at janettedolores. I thank her for the award and the touching words she wrote about this blog.

These are the 'rules' of the Liebster Blog Award:
~Thank your Liebster Award presenter on your blog and link back to his or her page.
~Copy and paste the blog award onto your blog.
~Present the Liebster Award to 5 blogs with 200 followers or less.

~Notify those bloggers that they've been presented with the award.

Thank you, Dawn. Thank you, Janette.

I had to find 5 blogs to highlight and award. Here are the bloggers and their blogs. These are just some of the ones I follow..

1.)    Sheryl Young, @20-20faithSight  She’s a Messianic Jew. She reports on current events with a Christian perspective. She also reviews books.

2.)    Jean Matthew Hall, @Encouraging Words for Writers @jeanmatthewhallwords.blogspot.com.
 She gives encouragement to all writers. Her special genre is Children’s books, especially picture books. She also heads up the Write 2 Ignite writing conference, held each spring in March


3.)    Kerrie aka: KC@ hereiamkaycee.; Kerrie lives in Australia. On her blog, she shares parts of her life and pictures of her beautiful homeland. She has a heart for children evidenced by her sharing the need of prayer for a very ill little girl.

4.)    Pam @ pamelasopenwindow.. Pam writes about God in her life, about how He makes His presence known to her.  I “met” her when mutual blogging friend’s Random Journal Day feature link-up included a posting by Pam.








12 comments:

  1. Hi, Cecelia:

    You're most welcome for the award, and thank you for mentioning my blog! I appreciate it.

    You've provided us with some great blog picks here! I'm off to check them out...

    Enjoy your week,
    Janette

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  2. Thank you, Cecelia, for this award. I am so grateful to you for your kind words and thoughts. Your blog truly exemplifies and honest and humble approach to "Following My King". I am learning wonderful things from you. Thank you for your "Quiet Spirit" and faithful testimony. God's blessings upon you today.

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    1. Thank you,Pam, for your heartwarming thoughts.

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  3. Congratulations! What fun. You've got an international flavor to your list here. :)

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    1. Rhonda, Thank you for pointing out the international element to my list.

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  4. Dear Cecelia, THANK YOU for thinking of me and honouring me with this award. In the past, I had marked my blog as an award free blog. You see, I'm rather shy and always feel uncomfortable about being the center of attention. However, this time my friend, I do feel different. It is the knowing that with loving-kindness, you have thought of me. Knowing someone has thought of you is a blessing, one I should never shy away from. So my dear friend, with lots of love right back at you, I say again with appreciation "thank you" - I'm so glad we're friends! Have a super day! Love, Kerrie

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    1. KC:
      I understand. The main purpose for anything we do as children of God is to honor Him. But when someone recognizes our efforts, it's a blessing to each of us. You're most welcome.

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  5. Congratulations, Quiet Spirit, and all the other recipients!

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    1. Susan:
      Thank you for your kind words.

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  6. Thank you, QS! I'm late -- but I finally remembered. Now to do my part with this generous award.

    Blessings,
    Jean

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