Thursday, January 24, 2008

Blogging with a purpose

"Having many things to write to you, I do not want to do so with paper and ink; but I hope to come to you and speak face to face, that your joy may be made full." 2 John 12

Congratulations to Julie @ Three Fold Cord. She has just been awarded Blogging with a Purpose! In return, she chose five other bloggers to bless with this award - and I was one of them!!

Eric Novak came out with the Christian award “Blogging with a Purpose” in late April of 2007. With so many secular awards around, Eric thought it would be a good idea to come out with a Christian award.

Rules:
1. Awarded parties must nominate five people who have not received the award.
2. The blogs that receive the award must serve some purpose.
3. In their post about the award they need to link back to this entry.
4. Awarded parties must post the award banner on their site. The banner must remain linked to this site.

So, my picks are...

1. Petunia's Garden
This is my neighbor who introduced me to blogging. Way back when, she stated she blogs in order to keep track of her gardens from year to year. If other people enjoyed reading about it, all the better. She and her husband were also our unofficial welcoming committee when we moved to WA. They invited us to go places, told us about different sites in the area, will swap animal care during vacations, and continue to be wonderful neighbors & friends.

2. Down On the Farm
Marci is a new friend I met through blogging. Her faith is quite evident and I appreciate how she shares her heart through her posts. She never ceases to amaze me with her knowledge of practical, everyday living.

3. There's No Place Like Home
Kelli's sweet spirit is quickly realized. She shares her life while displaying His grace and mercy through everyday events. She has such a way with people - even if she's never met them!

4. Savvy City Farmer
This gal is so fun! Her blog is oozing with her energy and spunk. I appreciate her family tributes and how she brings sunshine to world-wide web. And she has a knack for decorating, too!

5. Anna's Photo of the Day
This is one blog I've checked quite often, but rarely left a comment. I was staying current with Anna more for moral support than anything else - and she didn't even know it. When we moved to the NW, I had such an awful time adjusting. Anna's perspective on His world around her was such a blessing for me. At the time, she lived in the UK which experiences weather much like the NW. She could relate to the rain (endless rain). Her photography is an incredible display of the beauty He has put around each of us.

NOTE: Julie stated she enjoys reading the Scriptures I select to compliment the activity of the post. Today's Scripture expresses my desire to keep journals/records of events, but the world-wide web is not paper and ink! Julie, thank you for the kind words and I'm glad you enjoy the content.

6 comments:

Kelli said...

Thank you so much, Paula! What a sweet and thoughtful friend you are! I'm glad to see you are back in the blogging world, you were missed. I hope you are having a great January, I can't believe it's almost over! LOL
Hugs,
Kelli

cityfarmer said...

This is certainly an honor on a cold Sunday night in the Midwest.

I was just about to post a blog on meaningful blogs and some of them brand new to my attention...I think I will proceed with this...thank you so much dear friend...it is truly an honor....I am so glad you're back, I was beginning to wonder?

cityfarmer said...

Oh p.s.I have a grandma Lily...she passed in 1980 but I will never forget her.

photowannabe said...

Hi Paula,
So glad to see a new post from you. Just wanted to say i always enjoy the scripture you add to your post. Have a great day.

MammyT said...

I am enjoying your blog! It is my first visit and I'm finding it very engrossing. I really like the way yu have taken the time to find scriptures for your posts.
Nancy

Petunia's Gardener said...

Wow - thank you! I thought my blog's purpose was to help keep me sane and organized! Who would have thought of the great connections the world over. I still want to do a "bloggers / gardeners can change the world" blog! Thanks for the kind words. Paula