Monday, 23 July 2007
Creative Blogger visits Kew Gardens
According to Rebecca from http://www.ramblingrebecca.blogspot.com/ (and her blog is certainly worthy of the CB title) I am a Creative Blogger, and I have been awarded the above award. I am truly touched to receive it and I'm parading it for all to see.
Receiving the award comes with a few little rules, one of them being that the award must be passed on to 5 other bloggers. So here's my list below:
http://www.tefidesigns.blogspot.com/ I love and admire her creative designs, her blog is a pleasure to read.
http://luxuriouschoices.blogspot.com/ Her poetry is outstanding and I love looking in and reading.
http://www.ineedtostopsoon.com/ I have found this blog from The Centre for Improved Living and credit where credit is due, it's a unique blog with amazing thoughts and creations.
http://foulbastard.blogspot.com/ Another blog I have stumbled across and I love the visual design and content.
http://jyankee.blogspot.com/ I'm not sure if you can present an award twice? I notice this blog already has one, but it's a regular with my lurking and I wanted to give it the recognition it deserves.
That's all folks! Oh and I'm suppose to copy the rules, which are below.
Of course, there are rules....
1) If you have received an award simply choose either the dark or light background image and save it to your files, then post it proudly on your blog!
2) Pass the award on to five other people, you can choose any of the awards from the series, you do not have to pass out the exact award you received. Choose whichever of the awards below that you'd like to give out. You can give out one of each or five of the same one, whatever you prefer.
3) You can change the size and color of awards to suit your blog, that's up to you, it's your blog, just leave the titles the same.
4) Please link back to this post so that people can read these rules and so that the meanings of the awards will not be lost.
Changing the subject slightly, today I visited Kew Gardens with my friend Claire. Pity it rained non stop (apart from when we tucked into our jacket potatoes and glasses of white at the nearest public house) but it was a pleasure to visit. So peaceful and vibrant and many photo opportunities. In fact, I have taken the below pictures to share with you.
And before I go, and in case you were wondering, the Car Which Now Has Key was unfortunately below standard, so it's back to the drawing board.
And I have the new Harry Potter book! Already half way through and I'm off to continue the Harry Potter experience now....
Scenes from Kew Gardens