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Monday, January 23, 2012

Cheryl Murphy Writes

Posted: 23 Jan 2012 09:46 AM PST

For those of you reading this blog from the old Blogger location and for those that just didn’t know, I got nominated for a Liebster by Zakgirl. Head over to her blog and check it out!
Getting nominated was rather sweet as I don’t blog much and I have so few followers that I was quite flattered to even be noticed on the interwebs. I’m glad to know that what little I do blog about is sometimes valuable to others. Thanks, Zakgirl!
But now I have to pass it on. Here are the rules as I’ve shamelessly copied from Zakgirl’s blog:
After you receive this award you:
1. Post this award on your blog.
2. Thank and link to the person who gave it to you.
3. Pass it on to five bloggers who have less than 200 followers.
4. Comment on those five people’s blogs to share the good news.
My nominees are:
Dapoppins was one of my very first followers (along with Zakgirl).
Lend4Health because of the amazing things she does for families with special needs kids that need financial assistance.
Lisa Snellings makes awesome art. And she loves Neil Gaiman. Can’t beat that with a stick. One of these days I’m going to buy one of the NG pieces. Since I’m not much of a chotchky person, I want to buy a bigger piece and well, that’s spendy. Or maybe a painting. Eventually I’ll be able to. I might just get a smaller one just to have a visual reminder that I need to save up for a big one, though. You really need to check her out and don’t forget her shop. Trust me. She has an entire author series so you might find someone you adore as much as I adore NG.
Chef Penny has great recipes for kids on a gluten/casein free diet and those are hard to come by.
Mark Lawrence simply deserves it. He’s a fantastic writer and I’m thrilled for his success. Although I bet he has way more followers than the 36 listed. Technicalities, right Mark? ;)
And there you have it, folks. My nominees. I hope you appreciate them as much as I do.

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