Friday, February 3, 2012

Dearest Liebsters

Thank you, Living a Dream and 50+ Horses,  for giving me the Liebster Blog award. I appreciate your recognition and I enjoy reading your blogs.  

Liebster means “dearest” in German, and the award is intended to help up-and-coming blogs get the attention they deserve. Here are the rules:
1. Copy and paste the award on your blog.

2. Link back to the blogger who gave the award.

3. Pick five favorite blogs with less than 200 followers, and leave a comment on their blog to let them know they have received the award.

4. Hope that the five blogs chosen will keep spreading the love and pass it on to five more blogs.
It's tough to choose.  So I'm going to focus on the word Liebster and pick five blogs that strike me as "dear".   Please visit these special blogs below and say hello.
Dearest Liebsters (that's kinda redundant, I know) if you have already received this blog award, you are off the hook. But I want you to know, that even when I can't leave comments very often, I'm reading, and I enjoy your blogs and recognize their Liebster qualities:


  1. Well deserved. Congratulations on your award!

  2. Yup... you deserve it! Are you guys snowed in?!

  3. Congrats!
    Like Dreaming said, how much snow did you get?

  4. Thanks Grey Horse!

    Dreaming and Terry, the snow has been falling continuously for 29 hours(I assume same with you?) and seems to have picked up some this evening. Hubby and I had a date night planned and we still went out (crazy! I won't drive in this weather). He drove. I shivered in the passenger seat and couldn't get warm. We went to Barnes and Noble and then to Red Lobster for dinner. Despite the weather, there was a 20 minute wait at Red Lobster, but snow was lighter in town. We passed several cars in the ditch on the way home, several plows and law enforcement checking on the cars in the ditch. Of course, the most drifting was on our neighborhood street and across our driveway. I still had to feed the horses. Hubby shoveled a path to the barn for me, but by the time I finished feeding, it had filled in and the drift between the barn and house was above my knees. SaraJane is pretty wet and looks like she has been in the barn for awhile. Misty is caked in snow with snowball dreadlocks hanging off her face. Looks like she's been standing outside in this blizzard most of the evening. Silly girl. I let them choose to be in or out.

  5. Oops, I thought I came over here and said thank you but I guess I didn't. Thank you so much for the award!! It means a lot! I have received it already so I'll bow out of passing it on again, but I do thank you for passing it on to me. I'll come back in a bit to check out the others you awarded. This is a fun way to learn about other blogs. :D