Passing on Awards….

Recently I have received several Blogger Awards from my book blogger friends and I just have not had time to pass them on. I leave town this Friday at 4 a.m. for Oronoco Flea Market with a couple friends for the weekend. I am bringing my laptop but not sure how much I will have to stop in. Of course books are going with me so hopefully I can get a couple read and new reviews up!

ANYWAY…. what I am trying to say, is that I am going to try to get these passed on and I am going to start with the one that came my way today.

LemonadeawardJust today Reagan at Miss Remers Reviews sent me this lovely award:  The Lemonade Award…

The Lemonade Award is a feel good award that shows great attitude or gratitude.

I choose to pass this award on to Between the Bookendz.  This blog has become a routine stop for me and I am grateful as to how many of the books being reviewed there are ones I would love to read!  A great blog with many reviews of wonderful books!  Stop over and check it out!

My second blog I wish to pass this on to is Ryan at Wordsmithonia.  Ryan always has a great attitude in his posts and I love his comments!  I find myself dropping by to see what he is up to and what is being read!  Stop ove and see Ryans blog!

Here are the rules for accepting this award:

  • Put the Lemonade Award logo on your blog or post.
  • Nominate blogs that show great attitude or gratitude.
  • Link your nominees within your post.
  • Let the nominees know they have received this award by commenting on their blog.
  • Share the love and link to the person from whom you received the award.

I have more awards to give away but I must enter my nominations for BBAW and get to bed!  🙂  Down to 3 1/3 hours sleep if I get to bed in the next 15 minutes!

6 Comments on “Passing on Awards….

  1. Have another friend who just told me that’s where they were headed this weekend! Used to live in Rochester and passed by Oronoco regularly! Have fun!

  2. Congrats on your award and thank you for passing it unto to me!! 🙂

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