I was bestowed the Liebster Blog Award from The Plucky Procrasinator
and look at how cute it is!
It is awesome enough getting a pat on the back from followers and friends, but there really is something special about be being recognized by other bloggers.
It is not easy putting yourself out there day after day, post after post, and criticism on the Internet is in no short supply so it is rather nice having someone else who is also putting themselves out there to take a moment and appreciate you.
How the Liebster Award works...
1. Thank the Leibster Award presenter on your blog
2. Link back to the blogger who presented it to you
3. Copy and paste the award on your blog
4. Present the award to 5 blogs that deserve to be noticed
5. Let them know they have been presented with the Liebster Award by commenting on their blog
6. Jump on one foot
7. Make a wish
8. Remember you are awesome
Here are the blogs that I think deserve special recognition for putting themselves and their words out there.
a.k.a. The Crumb Diaries
Allyson's blog is honest, loving, funny, and most of all REAL.
She is a special needs mama to Logan, who is guaranteed to put a smile on your face, and also her recently married daughter. Allyson is an inspiring person, THE most loving of mothers, and always makes me feel like I am a better person just to have known her.
Oh and she is easy on the eyes to boot.
Shut The Trap Door
I have been stalkering her blog for awhile now, and I am continuously impressed with her perseverance. She is a great writer, funny, and honest.
And now that she is reading this I should say hi to her personally..
We are a lot alike.
Keep doing what you are doing.
The Status Woe
This is a newish blog, but I assure you it's the shit.
Kelli is amazing.
She has a talk show, a website, a book.
I am so excited she has a blog now, you have no idea.
Diary of an Unbreakable Mom
Love her, love her blog, I want her to keep going, to know that I read it, and that I want others to read it too.
What I Had REALLY Meant To Say Was...
I secretly feel that if I had a sister, I would want her to be it.
I guess that's not a secret any longer.