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Super Comments Award

About this award: "We give and get awards for having a great blog and being a good friend. What I want to award are those people whose comments have meant the world to me. It takes time to visit a blog and leave a comment ... I wanted to recognize some special bloggers whose comments have made such an impact on me. The “You Don’t Say?” Award is awarded to these special bloggers in hope that they will pass the award along to 5 of their best commenters!

I blogged because I was bored. When comments started arriving, I noticed I like it. Then I found interaction with bloggers, and I like it too. Now it's obvious that comments are a major reason why I'm still blogging. I love the responses. It's nice to visit other blogs and find out what's going on in their part of the world. I enjoy the learning I get from blogging. The socialization is a delight.

Genejosh passed me this Super Comments Award. Thank you, sis for your online friendship. You don't know how pleased I am by your visits and comments on my posts.

Bloggers whose comments I appreciate may have received this award already. Nevertheless I want to mention them here. They are beautiful people who practice blogging etiquette by visiting or visiting back, and leaving nice comments. Their observations are apt and (in Black Cat's case) helpful. It's a pleasure to have them as commenters on my posts.

Comments

AD said…
that is such a sweet gesture Hazel :)

I am really touched!
thank you!

obviously we now are very much linked through our Sundays :) but I am planning that it is every day of the week!

hugs!
Kimber said…
Thank you Hazel, that is so sweet of you to think of me! :)
Hootin' Anni said…
I so love this blog commentors award Hazel. That is super,......I've never received such an honor. Thank you so much, and I WILL pass this one on.

You made my day. :o)
Indrani said…
This is a great honor for me Hazel.

Comments do impact our blogging and to know that you value my comments is indeed touching. Thank you, Hazel. :)

I am very bad when it comes to passing it around more because I find it difficult to choose, you were brave enough to choose five. :)
Hootin' Anni said…
Hi....again.

Just wanted you to know that I passed this wonderful award on to 5 others today on my blog!!

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