Wednesday, 18 November 2009

Helpful Blogger Award

Earlier this month I was awarded this award by Brian, the old man at OldMan's Cantankerous Point of View. Brian's blogs is full of honest, funny, touching, and helpful stories. It's well worth a visit. Thank you Brian.

There are a few conditions for accepting this award. The rules are:

-Link to post where you received the award
-Nominate seven blogs that you feel are helpful to others
-Be sure to link to your nominees within your post
-Let them know they've received the award by commenting on their blog
-Share one thing that no one knows about you & quote a sentence from your favorite book

I don't have seven blogs to nominate, so I'll pass this award on to five. They are:

Totus Tuus Family & Catholic Homeschool by JMJ. I love the way she shares her faith with honesty and strength.

Life So Random by Kelly. She has not posted in a while but her blog has the wonderful vision of posting up stories that help and give hope.

Mirra Design. For the wonderful and beautiful Christian Design and Communication Materials shared.

The Self Love Project by Shraddha. A lovely blog with lots of different inspirational stories with a special focus on pre-mature babies.


Writing by Sarah. Her sharings for overcoming the damaging effects of child abuse and rape are so inspiring.

Now, the one thing that not many people know about me is I like elephants. I like collecting toys or ornaments of elephants whenever I can.

I don't really have a favourite book but I'll quote a sentence from one I really like...

This is taken from the book 'He and I' by Gabrielle Bossis. The book is about her conversations with God. And in one of those conversations God said:

"I created you in order to make you eternally happy. It was out of pure love that I made you - not for My own interest but yours - to give you infinite bliss"


  1. thank you very much for the award.

    i am sorry to have visited late.

    I appreciate it very much.

  2. Aww, congratulations lovely :)

  3. The award is well deserved. Sorry I have not dropped by sooner. As you know with the death of my uncle and my other obligations I have fallen behind on many projects. I hope you are enjoying this holiday season and advent. Have a Merry Christmas.