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Green Blend Award

Hi!  Don't have a project to share today but how about a video?  I'm addicted to The Voice so I am usually watching that instead of crafting Monday nights.  And last night they sang Pat Benatar's We Belong.  Such a great song!


Oh, another show I like to watch when I'm doing the dishes is Doomsday Preppers.  Have you seen that?  Regular folks prepping for doomsday by stockpiling food, developing defense strategies, and all kinds of other stuff.  It's fascinating what people can teach themselves and you can learn really interesting little tidbits too.  I just thought it was interesting that people are preparing for a variety of disasters from radiation fallout from Japan to economic collapse, or huge natural disasters. 

Okay, the purpose of this post was to accept another award!  This one is from Linda at Simple and Sassy Creations.  Thanks for thinking of me!

1) This award is for any co-blogging friend who has helped your blog in any and all ways.
 
2) This award is for any co-blogging friend who has cheered you along in your blog building, craft advancing career.
 
3) This award is for any co-blogging friend who always stops by and is kind to you. You can count on them to always be one of the great comments at the end of your posts.
 
4) This award is to be given to 3 to 5 Blends whom you feel meet the listed requirements.

5) Create a post with the terms of use and publish your Blends of Choice.

6) Blend of choice may copy the award from your blog and proudly post it on theirs.

7) Blend of choice may continue the kindness by issuing this award to keep the circle forever growing.


So I'd like to pass this on to:


Rinne


Lorraine


Alyce


Rachel


Shirl


I know some may already have received this award but I still wanted to acknowledge these ladies for their supportive comments.  And for everyone who leaves us a comment and/or has chosen to follow our blog, thank you very much!  We appreciate it!


Thanks for reading!


Comments

Lorraine said…
You are so sweet! Thanks for the award and kind comments, Eva. I also love watching The Voice - but isn't it on Saturdays? or are you watching on the computer? and no, you will not enable me to watch Doomsday Preppers, lol! i'll be busy watching dancing with the stars, intervention and american idol, lol!
Eva!! Congrats you totally deserve this. Thank you so much for thinking of me for this award :) I love popping by to your blog and you always insire me with your beautiful creations! We are about to get the Australian version of The Voice LOL! Can't wait ;) Who is on the american version this time?
Thanks Eva - you are a sweetheart... I love hopping over to your blog site you have some amazing crafty ideas that inspire me and a bunch of other's in blogland...
Oh I like that video Pat Benatar she still looks good and sings awesome....
Cheryl said…
I forgot about the Voice last night! I was watching Once Upon a Time online, gotta go watch that now online...I guess I'm watching too much TV. I am also apologizing for the past, present and future, that I don't leave comments on anybody else's blog...I tend to be a lurker...
Rachel Parys said…
OMG, I LOVE that song too! (have the greatest hits album with it on there!) Maybe we were seperated at birth? he he

You are such a sweetie pie! Thanks for the shout-out! I will pass this on to others! (I'll be sending one back your way cause I'm your number one fan!!!)
RiNNE said…
Oh, thanks lovely friend! I need to post about this award and the other one I received from Shirl! Thanks also for your support! And OMG, love love love the VOICE! :)

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