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Let's Be Friends Award


Cindy from Cindy's Love of Books at http://cindysloveofbooks.blogspot.com/ gave me the Let's Be Friends Award. Thanks, Cindy!!

The Let's be Friends Awards stands for this:These blogs are exceedingly charming. These kind bloggers aim to find and be friends. They are not interested in self-aggrandizement. Our hope is that when the ribbons of these prizes are cut, even more friendships are propagated. Please give more attention to these writers.

Deliver this award to eight bloggers.
My award recipients are:
The Certifiable Dieter at http://certifiabledieter.blogspot.com/
Melissa's Bookshelf at http://www.melissas-bookshelf.com/
Sunshineglitter's Blog at http://sunshineglitter.wordpress.com/
Waiting for "The Call" at http://waitingforthecall.wordpress.com/

Comments

Melissa said…
Aw, thanks :-) I was excited to see this as I worked my way through Reader today. This means a lot to me! And I see some unfamiliar "faces" in your list, so I see I have some new friends to find, yay!!

Thanks again :-) You brightened my day!
J. Kaye said…
WOW! Thank you so much!! Let me get it posted now. :)

Awesome!
violetcrush said…
wow...this is so amazing, thanks so much. I LOVE this award, other than being pretty I also think it makes a lot of sense :)
violetcrush said…
oh...I forgot to mention I've added you in my google reader :)
How fun!! You all learned about your award before I even had a chance to e-mail you. :)

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