Amanda, writer of "It's the Little Things" and my niece, is just about one of the most incredible people you'd ever want to meet. I'm just so impressed by her. She did something really cool...I think. I'm humbled to say that she nominated me for a fun blog recognition event...here it is. Thank you Amanda and right back at 'ya!
So here's how it works: This award is given to blogs with less than 200 followers that you think deserve a little more recognition.
Here are the rules:
1. Show your thanks by linking the person who nominated you.
2. Leave links to five of your top blogs and leave a comment letting them know too!
3. Post the award on your blog.
4. Enjoy the Love :)
So Dear Readers...I'd like to recommend to you these blogs:
Amanda is a coming of age guru. She has jumped into her
2. "Nothing's Waisted" by Deb
Deb is the epitome of healing for the soul. She is a cancer survivor who is truly blessed with the gift of inspiration to others. She is a Christian friend that has a good and positive attitude for anyone who wants to listen. You can find lots of great reading suggestions from Deb's blog as well. Always, a beacon of light and hope through her Savior Jesus Christ, is shared through her blogs. Worth her weight in Gold.
3. " Bubble Gum On My Shoe " by Cari
4. " Color in My Piano" by Joy
Joy is the first blog that I am recommending while not knowing her personally. I have been reading her blog for a while and honestly I'm not even sure how I happened upon it. But Joy's blog is a must read for me when I'm preparing to teach my piano lessons for the week. Joy is a piano teacher like me and is blogging about her personal studio growth and teaching methods. I find her blog very professional and well written. She is sharing ideas and enthusiasm for the music world's betterment. I appreciate that she takes the time to post games, ideas, printables, recital information, method book ideas and much more. Thank you Joy for sharing.
5. "Awkward Family Photos"
I apologize for this recommendation, but I just can't help it. I enjoy it.
It's commercial, it's got a lot of readers already, but it's too funny. I can only sympathize with these poor families. You should check it out if you haven't already!