Arte y Pico
Oh wow, how fun is this?!
Patty at Pipstitch has given me an award!
It's always nice to know that maybe I inspired someone, or made them smile, or got them to thinking.
She says, "The "Arte y Pico" award was created to be given to bloggers who inspire others with their creative energy and talents, no matter whether it be in the form of writing, artwork, design, interesting material, or contributions to the blogger community. When a blogger receives this award it is considered a "special honor" and, once presented to you, it is to be passed on to at least 5 other bloggers who meet the criteria."
Boy, it's so tough to choose.
I currently subscribe to 121 blogs via Bloglines, and that doesn't even represent all of my reading.
I have mentioned a few of my favorites before, so now the question is whether or not I should repeat the favorites, or choose new ones.
I mean, there are SO MANY good blogs out there!
Oh geez, let me just choose some.
Bari J, because her collage style just is awe-inspiring.
Calamity Kim, for the same reason. How does she have time to make so many wonderful things? I just blogged a project from each of these ladies on my purse blog.
How do I choose between Baking Bites, Orangette, and Smitten Kitchen?
I can't. They are all divine.
Oh shoot, I'm already at five.
Well, I was never much of a rule follower anyway.
Oh cool, it says "at least" five.
Can I give it to 121? No, okay then...
If you want to laugh, and don't mind bad words, Finny is your girl.
Want excellent writing about family life and day to day introspection (and excellent photography), Andrea of Hula Seventy.
Excellent writing, often about art and history, there is only one Aubrey, and I am so grateful we are friends.
Melanie, of Jellybean Angel, because she feels like my long lost sister, but her blog has restricted subscription, so I mention it just as a hello to her.
And Pattie, of This is my Summer, because I think we share a special kinship too, and I love the fact that her blog is a scrapbook for her children...little bits of saved memories of day to day life that they will be able to look upon in the future and say, "I remember...".