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WordPress Family Award ~

Wow!  My very own first WordPress award!  I’m always seeing others who are nominated for/receive various awards.  I think that’s pretty cool. 

The WordPress Family Award is reserved for folks in Cyberspace who are  unceasingly kind, sympathetic, encouraging, and open to laughter – and who keep each other going by sharing, commenting, and making personal connections even though they may actually be virtual strangers.  I certainly hope I live up to these “requirements”.  I try.  Thanks, so much mannalexandra!

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Now for the Rules

  • Display the award logo on your blog.
  • Link back to the person who nominated you.
  • Nominate 10 others you see as having an impact on your WordPress experience and family.
  • Let your 10 Family members know you have awarded them.

Here are my nominations for the WordPress Family Award ~

  • Trisha from Notes From the Fog ~ she is enlightening and encouraging and we think a lot alike!                                                       
  • Bob from Northwest Photographer ~ who takes incredible animal and landscape/nature shots!                                               
  • Carol from Wanderings of an Elusive Mind ~ love Carol’s writing style and beautiful photography!                                          
  • How about Karen from Karma’s When I Feel Like It blog?  She inspires me with her photos and down-to-earthiness!    
  • KZ from the Eclectic Eccentric Shopaholic always has something unique and colorful on her blog!                                         
  • I’m always encouraged and blessed when I visit Francine in Retirement!                                                                                               
  • Lucie the Happy Quilter‘s blog keeps my createve side engaged with her lovely quilts and informative posts!               
  • Patti at A New Day Dawns always seems to get a smile out of me and has an incredible collection of great photos!        
  • Alan at Ohm Sweet Ohm has captured my fear of heights in his photos of the San Francisco bridge, where he works!      
  • Isa from IsaThreadsofLife stirs my creativity with her quilting and photos!

I’m so blessed to have found each of the above blogs.  Each contributes in a different way to my life, enriching it over and over. 

Until next time, TTFN ~ Tamara Eckstatdt