10 October 2014

Liebster Award Winners

Hi! I'm back. It's almost 0230 even though this will post later today. Hubby is was up and feeding his cold (poor hubby) so I am going to follow up immediately with the Liebster Award winners (also in alphabetical order). BTW Liebster means beloved or dear and you are all beloved people with lovely blogs! One last note (sort of)--if you have already been blessed with the Liebster Award and don't want to duplicate it, feel free to consider yourselves awarded with the One Lovely Blog Award (from two posts ago). Remember to right click on the award and copy it to your computer so you can save it forever or as long as you'd like. For those who are Liebster winners, your award can be found on the post prior to this one. Follow the same instructions to save the award to your computer. BTW, the One Lovely Blog Award is in a JPEG format and the Liebster Award is in a PNG format--both are OK to upload to blogger should you choose to.

Another drum roll please for the Liebster Award winners...

1. Becky of http://grandmabeckyl.blogspot.com/
(PNW blogger. A lover of tulips, family and her country. Check out her beautiful tulip photos from a Willamette Valley farm).

2. Noelle of http://liveanddreamalittledream.blogspot.com/
(PNW blogger. A lover of books, islands, dogs and pizza. Noelle's recent post includes one of my favorite prayers and was a great reflection for this evening.)

3. Gracie of http://grayseasailor-onesaylorslog.blogspot.com/
(PNW blogger. A lover of crafts, traveling and beautiful Mt. Hood. Check out her blog for pics of her recent trip back east--including an Amish community, Maine and Prince Edward Island in Canada)

4.  Terri of http://southwest-arkie.blogspot.com/
(Blogging from the southern USA. A lover of genealogy, cute little McSqeezy critters and horses. Check out her blog for lovely photos of the South and more)

5. Jackie of http://homesteadwannabes.blogspot.com/
(PNW blogger. A lover of homeschooling, field trips to fascinating places and Celtic culture and recipes. Check out her recent blog post about a Celtic Festival. By the way she makes haggis--isn't that amazing?)

6. Sallie of http://travelingrainvilles.typepad.com/traveling_home/
(PNW and Florida blogger. A lover of adventures in places near and far, wildlife and history, Check out her summer travels in Alaska).

Again, this award isn't meant to add to your stress. All participation is completely voluntary and the award is still yours! However, if you do want to take part, here are some questions for you to answer on your blogs. The only other 'rule' would be to nominate other bloggers for the award and then give them some questions of your own to answer. I was very flexible in following the rules...

11 Questions to Answer
(Don't feel you have to answer all of these if you're busy or make up your own if you'd rather. It's about getting to know you better)

1. What got you interested in blogging?

2. Are you a beach, mountain or desert person?

3. Have you ever visited another country?

4. What was your favorite subject in school?

5. What was your least favorite subject in school?

6. What three books have meant a lot to you?

7. If you could live anywhere in the world what place would you choose?

8. What are three of your favorite movies?

9. If you could have three wishes granted to you, what would you wish for?

10. If you could be any age again, what age would you like to be?

11. If you could have lunch with anyone in history who would you choose?

Congratulations to all the winners. Hopefully, hopefully I didn't forget anyone. If I did and you are a regular visitor I am SO sorry! It is late here and I had some blog difficulties this morning. Blessings to you all and enjoy your awards! You truly are all lovely, beloved people!


PS: You can find the One Lovely Blog Award post here and the Liebster Award with the One Lovely Blog Award recipients here.

One last photo for the morning...

SO MUCH better in person.
Lovely fog in the mountains.
I MISSED you this  sumer--
so happy to see you again:)
And now it's time for lullaby land.
Night (or day) everyone!


sallie (fulltime-Life.com) said...

You missed the fog! You are a true western Oregonian ... A beautiful picture!

Congratulations on your Leibster award, which your beautiful blog richly deserves.

And thank you so much for including me on your list, but I must respectfully decline. I just can't do awards or answer lists of questions ... I'm so slow about composing and writing comments that I'm already on the computer way too many hours. (And I have to maintain some semblance of a real life, otherwise what would I blog about ;>)!!

Sorry -- I need to come up with a way to put "award free" somewhere on my blog (but it has only been necessary once before in all these years ;>).

Thank you again for thinking of me!

Sam said...

We loved the mist through the trees. Hi Aimee, we hope that your husband is feeling better. Breathe Right Nasal strips work well.

aimee said...

Thank you! Indeed I must be--it was an absolutely gorgeous scene! NO problem at all on the award thing. The MAIN thing is for you to know how much I appreciate you and your blog:) I SO get the time on the computer thing--LOL! You are still more than welcome to copy the award to your computer, should you wish to, with NO mention of it or post on your blog or elsewhere required.
PS: Thanks for your very kind comment about my blog and congrats :)

Thank you! You would have absolutely loved it! SO, so pretty! Thanks for the recommendation! The hubby is feeling a bit better, not coughing like he had been so hopefully he is on the mend. Wanted to let you know that I awarded you a One Lovely Blog award (the post before this one). You certainly deserve it with all the inspiration you bring into your visitors lives:) Besides I LOVE dogs! Feel free to copy the award and post or not post as you will. It is just a small way I can show bloggers what their blogs mean to me.

Sam said...

Hi Aimee, thanks for the award. Here's a link to our post: http://mydogsam01.blogspot.ca/2014/10/one-lovely-blog-award.html

Love, Sam

aimee said...

You are SO welcome! I saw your post when I was on my phone and LOVED it! It was nice learning more about one of my fav furry friends:)
Blessings, Aimee

Cheesemakin' Mamma said...

Aww, thanks for thinking of me :) We've been struggling with colds around here, too, but think we're finally on the mend! Have a blessed day

aimee said...

You are SO welcome! Sorry that you guys have been ill--colds are never enjoyable. Thank you for your blog:)

Terri said...

Thank you so much for thinking of me- I'm m tickled! I got this award a year or so ago- but I am going to answer some of the questions here- I'm a mountain person, and I have lived in Newfoundland and the Panama Canal, so two other countries. I hated math til I was in college and finally understood it. My three favorite books? I have many, but my most favorite is my bible. I would love to go back in time and meet with all of the ancestors that I currently consider to be brick walls because I don't know anything about them. My favorite spot in the world? Where ever my family is. Have a super week Aimee, and thanks again!

aimee said...

It was definitely my pleasure to give you the award:) If you've already recieved it, feel free to consider yourself awarded the One Lovely Blog award! LOVED learning more about you! That is SO very cool that you've lived in Newfounland and the Panama Canal! I love my Bible too--the one I am currently using belonged to my grandparents. Ah--you and me both. One of my ancestors is a BIG brick wall so I totally understand:) TY again for all your wonderful answers and for your lovely blog!
PS: Me too on the math. Except I didn't catch onto it until I got married and had to use it more. LOL

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