Saturday, 8 October 2011

Celebrations abound!!

It is Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada,
so I am pleasantly full of turkey and stuffing.
There are so many things that I am thankful for:
- my husband and kids
- my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ
- my blogging family (already up to 73 followers!!!)
- friends
- a roof over my head
- member's of my Critter's group
- my church family
- being healthy
- and...winning another award for my blog. :) :) :)

Thank you Sheri L. Swift,
check out her blog here.

The rules for the award are:

1. Link back and thank your givers.
2.Share 7 random things about yourself.
3.Choose some awesome people to pass the award to and leave a comment on their blog so they can claim them.

7 random things about myself:

1. I can't stand milk  of any kind.

2. Until 1993 the only computer in my families house was a Commodore 64.

3. I worked for five years at a christian summer camp as a counselor, craft lady, kitchen helper, head chef, and director.

4. My guilty reading pleasure are Archie's. :D

5. I hate all bugs. :P

6. The novel that I'm working on right now is my third (the other two are gathering dust bunnies under my beds).

7. In elementary school I played "Bambi" in the school musical.

Now to pass this wonderful award along:

Linda Jonasson because she has neat stuff on her blog and her perseverance inspires me.

Danielle Raver whose book is coming out November 11th, 2011 (check it out! It's pretty cool!)

Marji Laine because she inspires me!

Mary Anne Benjamins because her posts are always insightful and make me laugh!

Enjoy this delicious award. :)


  1. Thanks, Karen! I'm so flattered, and Happy Thanksgiving to you!

  2. Yes, Happy Thanksgiving. What a delicious looking award.
    Thank you for visiting and your kind comments. Your Follower widget is acting up, so I will be back!!

  3. Congratulations on the award and happy Thanksgiving! I like Archies too :-)

  4. I don't like white milk, but I do like chocolate! Anything chocolate can't be bad! :D

  5. Congrats on your award! It was fun to learn about you. I had a Canadian roommate once and we totally had an awesome Thanksgiving feast.