Sunday, November 23, 2008

Two Awards from Soulbrush

I received these two lovely awards from Soulbrush last week. Sorry I have been so slow to acknowledge the honor Soulbrush. This is such a sweet picture isn't it? Brings to mind the quote about if life hands you lemons, make lemonade. Please, anyone who reads this blog, help yourself to a glass of lemonade and park this lemonade stand on your blog.


This award is given for recognition of cultural, ethical, literary, and personal values transmitted in the form of creative and original writing (I am adding in art work)...that's the general idea. I am truly honoured to receive it. Thank you millions Soulbrush.
The rules of this award are as follows:

*Show the image of the award on your blog.

*Link back to the blog that gave the award. (too many to do this, sorry).

*Nominate 15 other blogs that you consider deserving the same. (What? 15?)

*Leave a message on the blogs of those you’ve selected.

OK. Fifteen. I am trying to list some folks that Soulbrush didn't list though there may be overlaps. Order is random.

Kim

Willow

Debbie

San

Blue Sky Dreaming

M. Heart

Kelly

Annie

Karen M.

Patti

Belle enchanted

Natalya

Claudia

Honour

Katie Jane

Mary Richmond

Miss Doodle

Cris

Babs

Guess that is more than fifteen. Hope the links work. As Soubrush said on her blog, I'll get to ye all in 2009 sometime to leave a note on yr blogs re: this award. There is only so much a girl can do. Now, off to vacuum.


15 comments:

Karen Mowrey said...

ha ha ha! I just did the same thing and you are on the list too because I got one that was not from Soulbrush...better quickly update and add it to this post to be covered with all the links.

marianne said...

Congratulations! Well deserved
Nice to see these go around!

WILSONART said...

Hey Suki,,,thanks for these awards!
(now the time to add them,,,I hope soon)
I'm so behind on visiting everyone,,but I do want to say I really like your new photo,,and the haircut is way cute! I wore mine that way for years,,except I always need long bangs.
My forehead could be rented out as billboard space,,,,,,

willow said...

Kudos on the awards, Suki! And I am also very honored. Thank you! 15?! That's a lot. Maybe I'll bend the rules a tad. ;^)

Cestandrea said...

h Suki:) you make me smile,
"there is only so much a girl can do":)
thank you so much for this award, Miss Doodle will be delighted!:)
love
Andrea
PS: I'm still stuck in the "home-coming-mess" :):)

Annie said...

Suki. Thank you!I have another award from another blog I received two days ago I still have to do something about, the awards are piling up :-). I will do it soon!
XOXO

BelleEnchanted said...

Thank you, Suki! It's my first award! I'm hoping I'll be able to come up with 15 other blogs.

Natalya said...

congratulations to you and thank you for the award Suki! you are very kind..

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Thank you Suki, I received this one from SoulBrush too so double cool.

patti said...

Well thank you Suki - I accept with pleasure.

sukipoet said...

Ah, Karen. Thank you too then. Be well, Suki

Marianne, yes. round and round in the circle game.

Babs, Thanks. You deserve them. Thanks re: the haircut. Oh, I hate bangs on myself. when my hair gets onto my forehead that's when I know I need it cut.

Willow, do bend the rules. I often do with awards and sometimes I have even been unable to respond at all. In any event have fun whick the most important thing.

Oh Andrea. Yes. How does the home get so disorderly when a person is away?? The homecoming from a trip is always sort of chaotic I think for a time. Take your time re:grounding in your Paris life. Be well,

Annie, that's so cute. the awards are piling up like christmas presents waiting to be opened.!

Belle Enchanted: well glad I can be the first in what is sure to be a line of awards.

Natalya, you are welcome.

Cris, double cool indeed.

patti, you are welcome.

Honour said...

Ah Suki - thanks so much for the award :) I am always touched when you recognize my work.

I like your picture by the way!

As for your last question, I am loving working at home; it allows time for me to control my workload -- but during the weeks where the workload is heavy (like this month) it is hard to get that "space". I figure it will take me at least six months to figure out a rhythm that will work for me. Namaste dear suki. I thought of you today while I was doing yoga to Sean Corne's DVD.

sukipoet said...

You are welcome HOnour. I do think you so often address deep and stimulating topics on yr blog. Wow, that's a great idea re: Sean Corn's video. I might get one to pep up my yoga practice. Interesting that you anticipate it will take 6 months to get into the rhythm of working at home. Back when I took jobs out in the world I usually thought it took about 6 months to "get" the job thoroughly. although with easier jobs it would take less time, as there was less to balance and ingest. I am glad you are finding you love it though.

San said...

I am honored, Suki, despite the fact that I've been a BAD blogger lately. You are most generous.

Thank you for your friendship.

Kikipotamus said...

Oh wow, thank you very much. I really don't feel deserving of this one. But I thank you.