Saturday, October 22, 2011

Stylish blogger award.

Thanks so much to Vicky from Creating with Wisdom and Esther from A Catholic mom in Hawaii for passing on the Stylish blogger Award to me. I love both your blogs and feel very privileged to have this award passed on from you.

Editing to add, Lisa from Are We There Yet, also gave me this award. Thanks so  much Lisa. Your blog is another must read that I hate to miss. 

For this award, I need to tell you seven things about myself. 

I have been blogging for so long, it will be hard to come up with 7 things I haven't already said about myself. 


I believe God gave Steve and I 8 children because it was the only way I would learn the virtue of patience. 


I like to play sudoku. I try to do at least one a day to keep my mind active. 


I am not a very good housekeeper. 


Just about every morning I have eggs on toast for breakfast. 


I like to listen to The Priests when I am doing house work. 


Next January, Steve and I have been married 21 years. I love being married. 


I decided yesterday that we are not going to buy soft drink on a regular basis any more. I really love drinking soft drink but it is so bad for me and the children. They drink a lot because I do too. We are going to have it for special events only from now on. 

I want to pass this award onto the following bloggers.

Nikki from The Roman Road. 
Jamie from Lord, Make Me a Saint.  
Jeanne from A Peaceful Day.
Christie from Garden of Holiness.  
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