Monday, 4 January 2010

Thank You!

Thank you so much to Mari-Ann over at Counting Coconuts for giving me this award. It always makes you feel good to be recognised and know that people are appreciating what you do!

I always find the hard bit is passing on the award and this is because first of all there are so many amazing blogs and secondly we all tend to read the same blogs. I know some people will receive this award over and over. For that reason I'm going to pass it on to just five blogs who really put a smile on my face. The Sunshine award is awarded to bloggers whose positivity and creativity inspires others in the blogworld.



itty bitty love

Mi Escuelita Montessori

What Did we do all day?

The Adventures of Bear

Counting Coconuts



Okay case in point. As I went to link to these blogs everyone has received this award at least once already. If anyone hasn't received this award yet please consider yourself on my list!

5 comments:

Mari-Ann said...

Aw, you're sweet! Thanks for passing it back. :) I know what you mean, these awards are all over the place right now!
I'm so glad you're going to give needle felting a try!! Let me know how you like it. And thanks for the link to that site - I had NOT seen it before and all I can say is WOW... that woman must have magic fingers! :)
Hugs,
Mari-Ann
Oh PS: I would like to have responded to you via email, but can't find your email address in your profile and your comments are set up with the "no reply" setting.

The girl who painted trees said...

Thank you so much:) I am so glad you enjoy my blog!

Karen said...

THANK YOU!! like Mari-Ann says, you're so sweet!! Thanks for share your wonderful adventures and activities with us!! Your blog it's so inspiring!!!

Anne said...

Thanks for the award! Your positivity and creativity definitely inspire me, too! :)

mrsmelva said...

I just read your blog for the first time, linked over from itty bitty love. I really like all the ideas you have and enjoy the photos. I found your comment about spending preparing materials and then finding that your girl aced them on the first try. Sometimes that happens to me too, I teach kindergarten in a public school and am trying to make it as Montessori as I can. I want to try the golf tee activity, that looks interesting. Thanks for sharing your ideas and experiences.

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