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Blog Award!!


I received my first ever blog award, the Premio Dardos Award, from Dani at Confessions of a Romance Book Addict http://confessionsofaromancebookaddict.wordpress.com/ and a fellow Book Lovin' Penpals member. Can you say "beyond excited" along with me??
This award acknowledges the values that every blogger shows in his/her effort to transmit cultural, ethical, literary and personal values every day.

The rules to follow are:

1) Accept the award, post it on your blog together with the name of the person that has granted the award and his or her blog link.

2) Pass the award to other 15 blogs that are worthy of this acknowledgment. Remember to contact each of them to let them know they have been chosen for this award.
Here is my list, in alphabetical order, of blogs I follow and love:
Alpha Heroes
http://alphaheroes.blogspot.com/

Cat in the Gulf
http://www.qatarcat.blogspot.com/

The Certifiable Dieter
http://certifiabledieter.blogspot.com/

Confessions of a Book Addict
http://bookreadingtales.blogspot.com/

dooce
http://www.dooce.com/

The Global Nomads
http://theglobalnomads.blogspot.com/

In Spring it is the Dawn
http://www.tanabata.blogspot.com/

J. Kaye’s Book Blog
http://j-kaye-book-blog.blogspot.com/

Kate’s Random Musings
http://www.katesrandommusings.com/2008/03/nada-cincinnati.html

Katrina’s Reads
http://katrinasreads.blogspot.com/

Letter Writers Alliance
http://16sparrows.typepad.com/letterwritersalliance/

Mr. and Mrs. Get Fit
http://www.mrandmrsgetfit.com/

My Cozy Book Nook
http://mycozybooknook.blogspot.com/

Nanook and Pooka
http://nanookthenewfy.blogspot.com/

So Many Books
http://somanybooksblog.com/
Now I just need to get busy with sending those e-mails, mainly to strangers. GULP!

Comments

Nicola O. said…
I got your email, and thank you for the compliment! I will definitely spend some time here and check out what you have to say. :-)
danie88 said…
You're welcome Maria! You deserve it! :)
Molly said…
I simply cannot thank you enough for commenting on my blog. First, for the wonderful award! I am truly humbled that you enjoy my posts. I promise to post about it in the next day or so.

More importantly, however, I want to thank you for suggesting media science as a possible career choice. Actually, I have thought about it in the past, but not with much follow up. Is there a program you would recommend? I would love to investigate further.
Stefanie said…
I am so honored. Thank you!
Clare said…
Thank you for the award I feel very honoured!
I'm so glad you stopped by to leave comments about the award and check out my blog!

Molly, if you send me an e-mail message at Choco223@aol.com, I have a ton of thoughts to share about media certification. Probably more than you want to hear!
tanabata said…
Thank you so much! And for your kind words in the email. :)
J. Kaye said…
I am so honored you award J. Kaye’s Book Blog with such an honor. I blogged about this award here.

P.S. I love your blog design!

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