Can I get a Woot Woot?
Woot Woot is one of my favourite expressions right now. Its origins lay in the owl from… Really? You thought that I would include a history lesson here?
Nope. Just including a tangent or two that I decided to go off on.
Now where was I?
Awards. No christyb you weren’t talking awards. Well I should have been!
Thank-you Eric Alagan of Written Words Never Die for nominating Poetic Parfait for the Liebster Blog Award! (Can I talk more about Woot Woot now?)
Oh them rules! Along with accepting the award I must:
1. Show my thanks to the blogger who gave me the award by linking back to them.
Please see above. ‘E’ is for Eric, ‘E’ is for excellent.
‘C’ is for Corny, ‘C’ is for christyb
2. Post the award.
3. Pass on the award to five other bloggers and let them know by leaving a comment on their blog.
After careful thought and a few peanut M&Ms consumed to help the thought process, here are my nominees:
- Incoming BYTES http://incomingbytes.blogspot.com/
- Travel Away http://www.travelaway.me/
- Daily Wisdom Tidbits http://wisdomtidbits.blogspot.com/
- A Bolg? http://abolg.wordpress.com/
- Things I Think I Thunk, pt. 1 http://thingsithinkithunk.wordpress.com/
Congratulations to you all!
Ahem, um Christy there is another award. Yup. Bear with me please.
The Versatile Blogger Award
My thanks to Nigel Lewis-Davidson of the blog Wrapcloth Writings for the award!
I know, I know, follow the rules.
1. Add the Award pic to my blog post.
2. Thank the blogger who nominated me.
Once again, thanks Nigel!
3. Share seven random things about myself.
4. Nominate 15 fellow bloggers.
5. Inform the bloggers of their nomination.
This is christyb and that is a lot of info.
I believe the blogs I nominated in the list above are well worth checking out. I don’t want to bombard you with more lists.
Wanting to know more about me as per #3? Feel free to revisit my post Winner Winner Chicken (Blog) Dinner.
I wonder where I should store my awards? My mantle is free at the moment. Until next time my Parfait-licious friends. Ok, the new phrase still needs work…