The very lovely Kayleigh from Fashionably Later has bestowed an award on my humble little blog. If you haven't checked out her blog then get over there pronto! She is a stay-at-home mum who is having lots of fun finding her style again, and seems to be Target's best customer. Now I'm not familiar with Target but they seem to have some lovely clothes! Kayleigh is also one of life's nice people, and I always get the feeling that if we lived in the same town we would be friends. Thanks for the award Kayleigh!
So, as required I have to include the following text:
"Blogs who receive this award are "exceedingly charming," says it's authors. This award is a fine one because it focuses not on the glory and fanfare of blogging, but in the PROXIMITY to one another through this online-world. "This blog invests and believes in the PROXIMITY--nearness in space, time and relationships. These blogs are exceedingly charming. These kind bloggers aim to find and be friends. They are not interested in prizes or 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 who must choose eight more and include this clever-written text into into the body of their award."
And so I have to pass the baton onto 8 more bloggers. Hmmm......OK here goes:
Cybill at Sorting It Out frequently makes me snort with laughter, and that's not pretty. Check out her post called The Faux Pas Before Christmas and you'll see what I mean.
Mom or Mum Wars is a great blog, and I'm hoping she's going to get back in the saddle and do more posts! Did you hear that Mom/Mum? We want more of you!
Darla from Bayside to Mountainside has a very eclectic blog with everything from book reviews (she reads a lot) to crafts to recipes. And Darla is an absolute sweetheart too.
Tessa Scoffs is my haiku writing blogging twin,and I'm delighted to pass on this award to her. Nepotism rules!
A Confused Take That Fan frequently makes me laugh, and deserves all the accolades available to her.
The Diary of a Yummy Mummy follows the everyday tale of a mum who still wants killer heels and sexy dresses and a new baby too!
Tara at Sticky Fingers writes beautifully about family life. And she knows a thing or two about big boobs too.
If you haven't read any of these blogs I urge you to take a look - you won't be disappointed.