Saturday, January 7, 2012
Liebster Blog Awards
Thank you to My Simple Country Living for awarding the Liebster Blog Award to Moving On To The Past! I'm touched. The origins of the award are somewhat unclear but the general consensus is that it originated in Germany, Liebster meaning favorite or dearest, to showcase bloggers with fewer than 200 followers. Upon accepting the award the recipient must then pass it on to five more blogs of note.
Here are the rules:
1- Choose FIVE up and coming blogs to award the Liebster to. Blogs must have less than 200 followers.
2- Show your thanks to the blogger who gave you the award by linking back to them.
3- Post the award on your blog. List the bloggers you gave the award to with links to their sites.
Five blogs, only five. How can I possibly choose from all the wonderful blogs that have positively impacted our lives over the past year, supporting each other with posts on healthy living, becoming more self sufficient, needlework and recipe tips? How can we ever thank them for all the prayers readily sent to readers in need? Fortunately some of my favorites were also awarded or have more than 200 followers!
Here are the five, but there are so many more!
The Way Grandmama does it for her wonderful posts from recipes and crafts to being more self sufficient.
The Little Way who reminds us Who is really in charge and keeps us humble.
Simple Pleasures where I can always find something in common, get a nice recipe or a crafting idea.
Hickery Holler Farm for gardening, cooking and crafting ideas.
Thoughts from Taylorsoutback as I read quilting, gardening and crafts plus a little creative writing through Jenny Matlock
I wish I could list all of my favorites. . . Oh, but I have!
I would surely include everyone on my sidebar- please take a few minutes to introduce yourselves to their blogs. You'll find so many wonderfully diverse personalities: crafters and quilters, preppers and off grid homesteaders, bloggers of religion, and Yahoobuckaroo's posts on music, books and movies. What a wonderful community we have.
Thank you once again, Heidi, for the award!