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Interesting Blog Award

Something seems unmatched with my thoughts about this blogging thing of mine lately. Among other thoughts, I thought I was boring other bloggers with my boredom until Genejosh passed me this award:

I admit I am having loads of fun with blogging that sometimes I completely forget that I am bored (lol). I do thank Genejosh for this award. It is sweet of her to include me on the list.

Here are blogs I think deserve this honor more than I do:

WTIT the blog - They say he who laughs lasts. If you want to last or just laugh and exercise your heart, go read WTIT :-)

KARELTJE en ikke !!! - Even if you're not a cat lover, you'll find Anya's blog a heart-warmer too :-)

Carver's Sight or is that Site - You want to be thrilled by nature's wonders? This is the site to visit. The posts never cease to amaze me!

You could have guessed by now that these blogs I mentioned are more than just interesting. They are also full of things to learn about life.

Comments

Indrani said…
Congrats, Anya!
You deserve it.

Great choice, Hazel!
Hazel said…
Hi Indrani,

I'm glad a veteran, more-than-interesting blogger like you approves my choice of Anya :-)
Carver said…
Congrats on the award. You certainly deserve it. I have enjoyed visiting your site. Thank you so much for mentioning me for the award too. I appreciate it.
Hazel said…
To Carver, it's always a pleasure to visit your blog!
Anya said…
Thanks for the lovely award :)
Nice that you think on me !!
I have a post
on my blog about the award :)

Thanks Indrani ^__^

( I have today see a bag from Garfield, it was soooo funny, I have it now hihihi....its not a bag for college, its just for ME.....)
Genefaith said…
Hi sis, I'm so sorry to hear that u had hard time accessing my site..Bakit kaya? ...

Of course I do remember u basta may award ako bec. i think u deserve it too...he..he..medyo busy pa ang beauty ko ngayon kaya hindi muna ako nakaleave ng maraming comments..he..he..but I do visit and drop EC...

Balik lang me dito mamya...
Way to go! I am honored.Thanks...
Congratulations ... and thanks for the links to others. I'll check them out as time permits. You DO have an interesting blog!
Hugs and blessings,

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