I received an award; Hang a Star on That One

Posted by on July 25, 2013 at 9:02 am.

It appears that I’ve received an award…

From Curls & Q….

The awesome thing about this award, is there really aren’t too many “rules.” I tend to deviate from them anyway…

The rules are simple:

  1. The person receiving the award is someone who has “made” you spend money. It could be that you bought a pattern, a book, a magazine, a item, a yarn, a fiber, etc.; or joined a KAL, or signed up for a class on Craftsy, etc. Remember, this is in good natured fun. A positive expenditure. Explain to the person what they “made”, “enabled”, or “tempted” you to purchase.
  2. You may give the award to as many or as few people as you like. We hate it went we’ve been given a set number to dole out an award to.
  3. Copy and past the blog award on your blog. Display it with pride. Remember that “Imitation is the best form of flattery. I’m out here totally imitating you!
  4. Let them know they have been chosen by leaving a comment at their blog.
  5. Thank the award presenter

Again, I cannot stress enough that this is all in fun. I have been so enamored with everything I’ve spent my $$$ on due to blogger recommendations, it has enriched my life. I hope you feel that way too.

Here’s what Q wrote about me…

Opal from Celebrate Life! Everytime I use my Hiya Hiya needles I think of Opal. I LOVE the needles and needed them as I need another hole in my head. They are just so darn sweet to knit with. Because of her bee adventures I keep buying honey. Now, I’m the only one that uses honey at this home, so what the heck? Who really needs six jars of honey?

I’m a bit slow on posting about it here, but it’s not because I’m slacking. I have a post in draft mode, but my issue is I have so many awesome things to write about those who’ve inspired me to purchase or try a technique that one post devoted to those people would be much too long. Take for example my recent post about stir fried ramen noodles with garlic curried chicken, my inspiration came from  suituapui.

So instead, I’ll be dedicating a post to each individual that has been an inspiration. Stay tuned…


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