Tuesday, September 8, 2009

A Cute Award

Thanks very much to Rachel at Parajunkee's View for another award. It's nice to know someone is reading (and hopefully liking) the blog.
Award: The Super Scribbler

1. Each Superior Scribbler, must in turn, pass the Award on to 5 most-deserving bloggy buds.

2. Each Superior Scribbler must link to the author and name of the blog from whom he/she has received the Award.

3. Each Superior Scribbler must display the Award on his/her blog and link to this post which explains the Award.

4. Each blogger who wins the Award must visit this post and add his or her name to the Mr. Linky List at the Scholastic-Scribe's blog. That way, we'll be able to keep up-to-date on everyone who wins this prestigious Award!

5. Each Superior Scribbler must post these rules on his/her blog.

According to the rules I hereby pass on this honour to five other deserving bloggers:

Lisa at Lit and Life

Rebecca at Living a life of Writing

Carrie at her new blog Cogito Ergo Scribit

Jemima at The Reading Journey

and Lilithcat (Joan?) at Reading my Life Away

I hope you all enjoy receiving the award as much as have.

Next: We hit the road again.
A taste - an out of place clock tower.

8 comments:

Kathleen Jones said...

I love your photos of Australia, Al - keep them coming! I particularly liked the 12 Apostles. Congrats on the Superior Scribbler - well deserved!
Kathleen

Rebecca said...

Thanks once again Al!

Lisa said...

Well, thank you, Al. That is a lot of rules, and I'm not good about following rules. But I'll do my best.

Al said...

Hi Kathleen,
I like them too. As to the Twelve apostles well I can't stay away. I was down that way again last weekend.

Hi Rebecca
You are welcome!

Hi Lisa
You are most welcome. It is a lot of rules isn't it?

Jemima said...

congrats on all the awards you have been getting lately. Your readers are obviously enjoying all your posts and pics. It is quite funny some of the nonsense that I hear about Australia over here. People who know someone who went there etc. The latest I heard was that there was absolutely no public sewerage or water in Sydney when so and so was there in the 50's.

Al said...

Hi Jemima,
Thanks!
I have heard of US tourists being disappointed there were no kangaroos around the Opera House.
On the embarrassment stakes, I hate to admit they are not entirely wrong about the sewage. There were suburbs in Sydney in the 1970s where there were still pan toilets and night soil trucks, for example, Narrabeen and North Ryde. Ick.

PrettySiren said...

Al,

Thank you so much for the new award! I'm going to put it up on my site right away. =)

Al said...

Hi Carrie,
No Worries!