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Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!

I've been tardy in writing my thank you note to Erin at Blue-Eyed Bride for the award she gave me last week! Thank you so very much for recognizing me on your fabulous blog!


Characteristics for the Smile Award:
1. Must display a cheerful attitude.
2. Must love one another.
3. Must make mistakes.
4. Must learn from others.
5. Must be a positive contributor to blog world.
6. Must love life.
7. Must love kids.
These are the rules for The Smile Award:
1. The recipient must link back the the award’s creator
2. You must post these rules if you receive the award
3. You must chose 5 people to receive the award after receiving it yourself
4. You must fit the characteristics of the recipient of the award
5. You must post the characteristics of a recipient.
6. You must create a post sharing your win with others.
7. You must thank your giver.


I'm passing this award to:
Mojito Maven because her blog is fun, fashionable and her favorite food is macaroni & cheese!
Life of a Southern Belle because she's sassy, southern and she loves Lost like me!
Jillian, Inc because she's a honest, caring Christian and I love her blog, especially her about me, "take a Diet Coke and call me in the morning."
Muffy Martini, to congratulate her on her 200th post and cause she has a really fun life!
Also sending it back to Blue-Eyed Bride again (don't feel like you have to repost or anything) just because I love reading her blog and think she and I think a lot alike (don't sell the dress).

Comments

  1. AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW Thank you so much!!!!!

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  2. Thanks, Southern! And you're invited to join me for a Diet Coke anytime!

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  3. haha. well-- i'll keep thinking about it. that $3,000 would be nice and could help us out.

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