Friday, June 11, 2010

It's Award Time!

It seems like forever ago (I'm sorry my days run together lately) Tiffanie over at My Domestic Niche awarded me with this:

The rules are as follows:

  1. To put the logo on your blog or within your post.
  2. Pass the award onto 12 bloggers.
  3. Let the nominees know they have received the award by commenting on their blog.
  4. Share the love and link the person who gave you the award.
Here are the 12 bloggers that I nominate:

1. Julie at Julie The Army Wife
2. Ellen at The Displaced Dutchican
3. Sara at Welcome to the Blog of an Army Wife
4. Renee at Waiting to Exhale
5. Jessica at Me, Him and the Army
6. Ann Marie at Household 6 Diva
7. Dawna at Hiccups In Time
8. Amber at Goodnight moon!
9. Jen at The Adventures of Our Army Life
10. Wife on the Roller Coaster at Riding the Roller Coaster
11. Shannon at Where's Shan Now?
12. Kathy at ToadMama's Interstitial Space

Now go out and spread the love!


Julie the Army Wife said...

Thanks so much :) So nice you get to live by water. I think the Army needs a few more posts by the water :)

Wife on the Roller Coaster said...

Congrats on the award Amy! And thank you for passing it along to me. I love awards!

Sara said...

Thanks Amy!!!

Dawna said...

I'm just now getting a chance to drop in, but wanted to say congratulations on the award, Amy! Thank you, too, for passing it along to me! I really, really appreciate it! :-D

Renee said...

Thank you for the Award!!!

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