Monday, May 2, 2011

The Bronze Award from Count Sneaky's Journal

Dear Grandpa, owner/operator of the wonderful blog: Life on the Farm has bestowed me this classic Award:


I love awards. Thank you, Grandpa!

If you would like to know more about Grandpa, please visit his blog and read the most enchanting tales about the tropical rainforest at the foot of the Malaysian mountain range. As Grandpa puts it, "Take a break, come over and join me for a cuppa, and stay a while, will 'ya -- coffee, tea, chlorophyll, s'il vous plait."

To learn more about the Bronze Award, check out its creator: Count Sneaky and his journal: Moral and refined, unique, and eccentric entertainment for Ladies and Gentleman of all ages...  I'm particularly impressed with his many tidbits of wisdom. Here's a few:
     
A thing of beauty may not not be 
a joy forever...but the payments will seem to last forever
Write...and the world laughs, cries,
and thinks with you.

Now it is my pleasure to pass along the Bronze Award to someone who has only just begun to blog, but who has been a consistent positive force in my career. Thank you for all you do, Vicki. 
Check out V. L. Smith's new blog at:  Turning Medieval. Life and matters literary from the perspective of an historical novelist in Central Pennsylvania. Vicki's just starting out, hasn't got a whole lot to say yet, but mark my words, if you like history, you must bookmark her site. 

Have a great day. 
--cheers
joylene
ps. Vicki raises show dogs. 

20 comments :

  1. Congratulations Joylene.
    I'm so intrigued by Count Sneaky I'm going to have to have to read his journal and well done to your friend Vicki, I'll have a look at her blog too!
    I hope you have a great week.

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  2. Congrats Joylene! Thank you for the links. Congrats to Vicki as well! :)

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  3. The speed at which you two responded is awesome. Wow, makes me feel deeply humbled. Thanks Paul and Karen. I know you're going to enjoy Vicki's blog and posts. She has a great passion for history, is a wonderful storyteller, and honestly, I could read her work at day long.

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  4. Enjoyed those tidbits. Heading over to read more.

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  5. Hi Sheila. So glad you could stop by. I know you're going to love Grandpa and Vicki's blogs. Their places are inviting, plus I always learn something new. Love when that happens. Thanks for stopping by, Sheila.

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  6. "A bronze award... for whatever?" That's an intriguing award for sure, but congratulations. I'll have to check out Count Sneaky's Journal. I've just returned from Vicki's. Always happy to meet new cyber friends. :)

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  7. Hi Carol. Raining in your parts? It's been raining here since last night. Everything is turning green, and the lake's rotting. Yay. Hope you have a wonderful week. Thanks for stopping by.

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  8. Now Count Sneaky does sound interesting! And I love the guy with the bow. Thanks for the Bronze Award though I am abashed to admit I don't what to do next! Help!

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  9. Vlcki, go to Count's blog and he'll explain. Or copy what I did and just change the names. I've already been assured that my readers are stopping by to check out your site. Hope you get plenty of followers. I'm sure you will. I'll send you something in a second.

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  10. Hey Joylene,
    How's it goin' eh? Yes, I'm practising my Canadian eh :)
    Anyhow, sorry I haven't been visiting your awesome site, lately. Getting prepared for my triumphant return. Bet you're really excited about that eh!
    Glad to see that the 'Count Sneaky's' award, first bestowed upon me, yes, shy and humble me and then forwarded by me onto Grandpa and thus, in turn, Grandpa, forwarded that thoughtful award, onto you. Hooray and yay, I say! :)
    I have checked out that fascinating site by that new blogger, Vicki and I've no doubt she will be thrilled beyond her wildest dreams, when she realises that I have linked into her site.
    I'm into a bit of history and it might take several knights to read her stories :)
    And aint Henry over at Count Sneaky's journal a delightful chap?
    See ya later eh.
    Kind wishes, Gary.

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  11. Hey Gary, got your pjs packed yet? Don't forget your toothbrush. Several Knights.., haha, I get it!

    Henry is very kewl. Glad you were able to visit Vicki's blog. She's an awesome writer and if I can introduce her to everyone, I'm pleased. Take care, young feller.

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  12. Hi Joylene, I'm pleased to see you proudly displaying the Award. Thanks for the honorable mention and the links to my blog.
    Vicki's sounds interesting, I'll pop over in a minute. Take care.

    p.s Btw, I'm young again! I'm not sure if that's a good thing though... :)

    Grandpa
    Life on The Farm

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  13. CONGRATS on an interesting looking award. I'll have to give the links a looksie.

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  14. Grandpa, of course you're young again. No doubt about it. You've got stamina. Actually, I was hoping you'd share your secretS. Thanks again for the award. I love awards!

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  15. Thank you, Susanne. Hope you're enjoying your day. Take care.

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  16. I would like to congratulate Grandpa for his brilliant selection of you and your blog for my humble award. My "Whatever" for you is quite simple...I like you and your blog. So, as a Grandpa myself, Congratulatulations! ( No misspelling here...just playing with the language.) My best.

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  17. Thank you so much for coming up with such a nifty award, Count. I love it.

    Hi Amanda. Thanks!

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  18. I've been a pitiful blogger lately...not even blogging myself or visiting. Grrr...

    Congratulations, and I enjoyed visiting Granpa's and Vicki's blogs!

    Hugs!

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  19. Carol, you could do what you can do, the rest will fall into place. Always take time to smell the roses. Glad you could stop by. Have a wonderful day.

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