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Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award Regifted

Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award Regifted

Image provided by
Mike Licht @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/notionscapital/

Suzanne owns the blog, It Goes On. She started the blog as a kind of self-giving therapy. When I came across her posts, I was drawn in by her upbeat attitude and how she gives it so willingly to others.

Not even a month ago, I nominated her for this award. Yes, I was a little ruthless seeing that it was right in the middle of the holiday season. It took her a few weeks to get to writing a post for her award but she did get it done just as she told me she would. However, I didn’t have a clue to the fact that she was regifting the award to me again.

Suzanne, you’re as ruthless as I am.

The Sisterhood of the World Blog Award


  1. Provide a link to and thank the blogger who nominated you for this award.
  2. Answer ten questions.
  3. Nominate 10-12 blogs that you find a joy to read.
  4. Provide links to these nominated blogs and kindly let the recipients know they have been nominated.
  5. Include the award logo within your blog post.

The Ten Questions

  1. Your favorite colorCranberry Red
  2. Your favorite animal … Tiger
  3. Your favorite non-alcoholic drink … Coffee (Of course, I’m a western gal.)
  4. Facebook or TwitterTwitter (all the way)
  5. Your favorite pattern … ?? If this is about clothes, I’m partial to solids actually.
  6. Do you prefer getting or giving presents?… Giving. It’s just more fun.
  7. Your favorite number … 5
  8. Your favorite day of the week … Wednesday or Thursday. (I don’t have a clue as to why though.)
  9. Your favorite flower … Aster

What is your passion? … Writing, of course.

Ten Nominees


Do you have questions or a comment? Please use the comment section below.



8 comments on “Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award Regifted

  1. Congrats! I like Wednesdays and Thursdays as well. Probably because they’re in the middle of the week and just good days for productivity.


    • Glynis Jolly

      I do believe you have something there. On Wednesdays and Thursdays there’s a rhythm going on that probably started on Monday and we finally feel comfortable with it by Wednesday. This, in my opinion, would mean that productivity would be at its peak.


  2. Susan Cooper

    Congratulations on the award and I always love learning new things about fellow bloggers. 🙂


  3. Glynis Thank you for the nomination. As I already have this award I am going to be honoured that you have thought of me but pass on this occasion. What I would like to do instead is use the time that I would have taken in my acceptance and visit all your other nominees. Thank you again.


    • Glynis Jolly

      I totally understand you decline. These awards are more about passing the wealth of visitors around anyway.


  4. suzjones

    I like your style Glynis!! And I love that graphic you chose. 🙂


    • Glynis Jolly

      Thank you for the compliment, Suzanne. The Sisterhood graphic isn’t positioned quite the way I wanted it, but when I saw this graphic that Mike Licht put up, I thought it would fit the style.


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