Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Sunshine Award_Yippee!

Is this a perfect spring-is-almost-here award, or what? I'm so excited (about the award and spring too) that I'm passing this on to some very lovely bloggers and writers that I enjoy and appreciate.

Nan Marino needs this bit of sunshine. She's had snow for long enough. 

Kelly Polark gets it because she is sunshine.

Bish Denham has to share this award because she brings a lot of sunshine into my life with her posts.

Mel Higgins always deserves sunshine, so she's getting more right now.

This is the sunshine year for L.K. Madigan when it comes to awards, so I'm giving her one more.

Suzette Saxton always leaves a bit of sunshine when she visits here, so I'm sending some back.

Donna McDine writes what inspires her, so I thought some sunshine would promote more of that.

Thanks to Stina Lindenblatt for this wonderful present. I needed a boost and you gave it to me at the perfect time.

If  you want to pass on this beautiful award it's simple:
1. Copy the first image of the daisy and put it into your blog post about the award.
2. Pass on the award to any blogger you want to.
3. Link the nominees in your post.
4. Comment on their blogs and tell them about the award.
5. Say you kind of


  1. Thank you for the sunshine, Lee! It's a rainy, blustery morning and I can use it! :)

  2. Thank you for the sunny award and kind words! I am definitely looking forward to spring!
    Congrats to you, too!

  3. Ahhh shucks Lee, thanks for your very nice comment about my blog.

  4. Oh, this is a very purty award! Makes me wish for summer even now!

    xoxo -- Hilary

  5. Congrats! It's nice to see a touch of spring :)

  6. I can practically feel the sunshine warming the top of my head when I look at that picture. Your blog is full of warmth.

  7. That is so sweet, Bethany. Thanks. Glad you're here to visit.

  8. I agree with Bethany! And if your blog is this wonderful, it makes me all the more excited to read your book.

    Thank you for the award!


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