Wow! Run Away Nuns And Leprechauns was recently nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award by Deana, over at eatpraylove(mom). She blogs about everything from her family to her faith and all the things in between that she enjoys. Her positive outlook is extremely inspirational. Take a moment to step on over and give her a browse- I’m sure you’ll be glad that you did.
THANK YOU eatpraylove(mom)!
So here are the rules:
- First of all thank the person who gave you this award and include a link to their blog.
- Then nominate some fellow bloggers for the award.
- Finally, tell the person who nominated you 7 things about yourself.
So here are the nominees :
2. Painting On Scars
3. 140 characters is usually enough
5. muddied thoughts
..and here are seven things about me
1. I am afraid of tree frogs, lizards and mice
2. I’ve always been a morning person
3. I totally and completely adore sarcasm
4. I totally and completely agree that laughter is the best medicine
5. The older I get the more I look (and behave) like my mom (which is actually pretty cool)
6. My children are the wings beneath my wings
7. Runaway Nuns and Leprechauns is actually a two-person blog: one of the two people –without any name calling or finger pointing— is the silent partner; but I guess I’ll be kind enough to share this award anyway… this time. 🙂
Now please go check out the bloggers I nominated. For one reason or another I am an avid follower of each and you’re likely to find something intriguing about them too.
Hi, is this an odd name for a blog or what? We'd actually prefer it to be known as a peaceful, magical and mystical spot. It's a spot where you can stop in for a daily dose of love and laughter sprinkled with a bit of chaos, confusion and lunacy. You can get great recipes and cooking tips, as well as drilling and building ideas. Who does that? Who knows their way around the kitchen and around the tool shed?
Well, I guess that's part of what'll make this blog so interesting - that and the brief glimpse you'll get into a very elite and exclusive lifestyle - one that supports a "never a dull moment" and "everything ain't for everybody" attitude.
By the way, remember to keep an open mind (no judging or finger pointing), a watchful eye (be on the lookout for random giveaways), and a positive -pay it forward-attitude (everybody could use an occasional leg up).
Now I know it sounds easy, but don't get it twisted, this "dance ain't for everybody", it's not always a bowl full of cherries, but we make the best of it by drinking a whole lot of lemonade and by praying daily for peace, patience and understanding; after all, we woke up like this!