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Kreativ Blogger Award

I was so pleased and flattered this morning to discover this beautiful Kreative Blogger Award in my mailbox! A very good GeneaBlogger friend, Greta Koehl, at Greta's Genealogy Bog, has given my blog a thumb's up. I agree with her that the genea-blogging group is a generous and talented bunch and I am honored that she included me in that assessment.

Here are the procedures connected with the Kreativ Blogger Award:

1. Copy the award to your site.
2. Link to the person from whom you received the award.
3. Nominate 7 other bloggers.
4. Link to those sites on your blog.
5. Leave a message on the blogs you nominate.

My nominees for this neat Kreativ Blogger Award go to:
Please follow these blogs ~ I think you will be as impressed by them as I have been.

Thanks, Greta!

Comments

Colleen said…
Thanks for the award! I'm glad my blog has some fans :)
tipper said…
Judith-Congrats on your award!!! And thank you so much for passing it along to me-makes my day to know you like what I do at the Blind Pig!

I'm sorry it has taken me so long to acknowledge the award-I've been sick with the flu and am having a hard time getting better.
Thanks for your sweet note. I do enjoy your Blind Pig so much. I hate that it's taking so long for you to get back on your feet from the flu. Sometimes it can be wicked stuff.
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