A very humbling thank you to Emma Duncan at MotherEm for nominating me for the Very Inspirational Blogger Award. (I must admit I have been very slack in publishing this since my nomination 14 April 2013) This award does its rounds on blogging sites and it found me! (Big cheesy Grin) It’s a great way to highlight new blogs, or blogs other bloggers like to read. (Make sense?)
The rules for this award nominations are:
1. Thank and link back to the blogger who has nominated you, (Check)
2. Post the award logo to your blog. (Check)
3. Nominate and link to 15 other very inspiring bloggers. (Check)
4. Notify them; and tell 7 things about yourself.
I know some of my nominations will have already been nominated, but I feel it important that they get mentioned as they have been my saving grace and sanity some days. So my 15 nominations are as follows (in no particular order) I only managed 10 – But they are 10 pretty awesome blogs.
1) Postpartum Progress
2) Farewell Stranger
6) Journey Into The Spectrum
7) Motherhood Unadorned
8) The Clothes Line IE
9) My Thoughts On A Page
10) Mamas Comfort Camp
Seven Things About Myself (This might be hard as I consider myself to be an open book at the best of times)
My left thumb is significantly smaller than my right thumb
(Not through accident or thumb-sucking)
My worst dream are of elevators
I am an Associate Dance Instructor and hold an advanced certificate in modern dance (A.I.D.T)
Owned my own studio, produced and choreographed dance shows
My daytime job is in procurement for an Audio Visual firm
This is my second (happier) marriage
I love to sing, but sadly cannot carry a tune and have been told as much
I went to an all girls high school in Pretoria, South Africa
…….and wore a BRIGHT green uniform during summer
It’s really something to be thought of as being inspirational, and I trully hope to continue to be inspirational to someone.
When Asked what she wanted for breakfast last Friday, Miss S declared, Pagetti.
Yes as I have mentioned before in Let them eat cake, life is to precious to sweat the small things like meal time battles. Anyway her amazing mom (aka ME) is a huge advocate in spagetti for breakfast.
Yes I am “that kind of mom”. I give in. I pick my battles, and I am trying day to day to not sweat the small stuff and enjoy every moment and heartbeat I am blessed with.
Update: PS – Spagetti was leftovers and not made from scratch - NO WAY I AM THAT COOL or ACCOMODATING