I know, you're probably thinking that I, yes I, Penny the Jack Russell and modest internet star, has received yet another award. And you, whether you be a human, a dog, a cat, a rabbit, or even a wayward iguana, would be correct.
My pawesomely pawlite pal over in the U.S.of A., Brown Dog, better known by the name, Hawk, has bestowed the "One Lovely Blog Award" to me. If for some reason, y'all haven't visited Hawk's site, y'all can discover this wonderful blog right here---------> browndog cbr
I want to thank you kindly, Hawk, for considering me for an award that exemplifies appreciation for fellow bloggers.
And in the spirit of this award, I shall now forward it onto seven notable bloggers. I would add that these bloggers do not have to acknowledge this award and may do with it as they seem fit. I have the great honour, along with my human, of interacting with many bloggers. We try to share out these awards and hopefully bring further recognition to those you may not be aware of.
1: Chaos and Kairos Chris, the lady that writes this superbly written blog, is a highly recommended read. I do hope you go and check her out.
2: R. Jacob Post Ray, the writer of this clever and varied blog, has graced us with some terrific interaction. Ray's blog is well worth a visit.
3: Count Sneaky's Journal "Moral and refined, unique, and eccentric entertainment for ladies and gentlemen of all ages..." A great place to visit for amusing and thought provoking musings.
4: THE SNEE If you want satire and surreality, then this is the site for you. A very clever blog with some underlying truths that reflect the bizarre world we live in.
5: Views From the Bald Patch Ian, the writer of this fine blog, writes entertaining and varied articles. I highly recommend Ian's site,
6: Working 2 Write Diane's blog resonates with the passion and the inspiration of a lady who truly embraces the magic of the written word. I hope you find some time to visit her insightful and informative site.
7: A Day in the Life And my human Gary knows the writer of this site, David, very well. David has an important message to tell. A message that wishes to convey it's about time that the unfair stigma that still
surrounds mental health issues, needs to be eradicated. I would ask, if you have never been to David's thoughtful and profound blog, to kindly do so.