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Sunday, March 15, 2009

Sisterhood Award!

I have been very honored today to received the Sisterhood Award from Frankie Anon of Object Wisdom. Thank you so very much, Frankie, I love your blog!

And now I have the pleasure of nominating other fantastic bloggers that share so much with me and all of you, every day. They bring laughter and wisdom and joy and love to each of us over the weeks and months that we have been indulging in this marvelous, brain-saving, joyful world of blogging.

Frankie beat me to Blogpourri because I would have chosen her, too. So, I will begin with Deborah of Notes From the Cloud Messenger who always has beauty and wisdom and laughter to warm the heart and lighten the day.

Lilly of Lilly's Life who also has an abundance of wisdom and laughter, who struggles along with me in dealing with some of those things we all have trouble coming to grips with.

Peggy from Musings of Meggie who teaches me on a daily basis what courage is and whom I so deeply admire.

My dear "Pagan" friend at Pagan Sphinx who has inspired me with her bravery, her compassion, her understanding and her devotion to her daughters/daughter-in-law.

And last, but by no means least, Indrani another beautiful friend from India at I share Beautiful words, beautiful photos and wisdom to spare.

I feel so honored to know these women, to have them as a part of my life.

Now, here's how it works:

1. Put the logo on on your blog or post.
2. Nominate at least 5 blogs which show great ATTITUDE and/or GRATITUDE
3. Be sure to link to your nominees within your post.
4. Let them know that they have received this award by commenting on their blog.
5. Share the love and link this post to the person from whom you received your award.

Now DO go read these wonderful blogs which have so much heart, love, compassion, gratitude, and joy!


Lilly said...

Sylvia, coming from you my friend it's indeed an honor. Thank you. You have made me reassess things this week just through sharing. And I would never clobber you, he he.

Susan at Stony River said...

What a great award Sylvia, and it fits you to a "T"!! Great choices for passing it to, too--I've found quite a few blogs that I love, through reading yours.

Unknown said...

Now why would I clobber you - such a hip and creative lady - for giving me such a nice award? :-)

Thank you and congratulations. I'll be making up my post as soon as time allow.

I'll have to check out your other nominees.

I love your photos, your blog and your attitude. You so deserve this!

Bill Lisleman said...

first time here - nice blog
"...being able to see both sides of the hill"

That's great, it that your original saying?

take care

Sylvia K said...

Thanks for stopping by! Actually, those are my words -- I quote a lot of poets from time to time, but this is just my take on getting older.

bobbie said...

Congratulations on the award, Sylvia. I will certainly go and find those I am not already familiar with. If you recommend them, they must be great blogs.

Indrani said...

Congratulations to you! And congratulations to other award winners too. :)

I am honored, Sylvia. Thanks a lot! Soon I will be posting on this.
I am off to read the other blogs.

Peggy said...


Congratulations on your nomination for the Sisterhood Award. You are so deserving and we all learn from you on a daily basis!
The fact that you included me on you list for this award, makes me feel so humble.
You are a true sister to many of us and a role model to me! Thank you thank you thank you sweet lady!

Sujatha Bagal said...

Sylvia, congrats and thank you! That was such a sweet thing to say!

Anonymous said...

Sylvia, that you very much - this is a very "non-clobber honor" indeed. You're the best! I'll put this up today - thanks again!

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