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Southern Cross Award

Posted by cotojo on October 23, 2007

Kim, the award winning portrait artist from Laketrees and PoeARTica has awarded me with the awesome limited edition Southern Cross Award.

Kim goes on to say that over the past 12 months she has made some great friends in Blogging……some old friends and some new friends, and in recognition of this she has given this limited edition award to her best buddies…..the people that regularly visit and comment on her blogs.

This is a truly magnificent award, and I am humbled and honored to be included in the list of buddies. 

Recipients are:

Lisa Mikey Jan Morriconei Hidyn Gems Kitty Deborah MaryAnn Anna Boyd Renny Pearl Colin Ev Santa Diane Sue Blog Elf Lynda Mihaela Captain Life cruiser Fruity Franco Nihal

Thank you Kim….it’s wonderful.

Santa recommends: Santa’s Elf’s Club, Santa Mail, Santa’s Wish Tree, Write to Santa, Everyday Should Be Christmas, Santa’s Link Love, Santa’s Community Blog, Book Project, Your Wisdom of Total Happiness, Zubli Zainordin, Hall of Fame, NoDirectOn (not:NoDirection), Marketing•Review, OgenDicht/EyesClosed, The Blog Elf, PurpleFrogCat Blog, PurpleFrogCat StumbleUpon, Polliwog’s Pond, Carnival of Good Stuff, Polliwog’s Stumbles, April Decheine 2006, I could write a book, April Decheine Wife and Mother, Comedy Plus,

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8 Responses to “Southern Cross Award”

  1. […] by cotojo on February 15, 2008 Last year Kim, author of laketrees and PoeARTica designed the Southern Cross Award and it was awarded to her blogging friends at PoeARTica. Now she has designed this wonderful […]

  2. cotojo said

    Deborah – It really is an awesome award, as you so rightly say both in design and sentiment 🙂

    There are some superb bloggers awarded it and I’m so pleased that you are among them 🙂

    Colin

  3. Deborah said

    Such a beautiful award that Kim created, both in design and sentiment. Glad to be in your company with it 🙂

  4. cotojo said

    Renny – Thank you for your comment.

    Love the ghost story will have to pop over and read it 🙂

    Colin

  5. […] Today we’re suppose to share a oddly ghost story and that is a big challenge to me as I don’t believe in ghosts I have therefore been thinking of how I could contribute and finally found it in the inner of the Norwegian soul – as I always have to do it my way: The Troll of course: This pic is borrowed from Wikipedia – click to read and see more about Norwegian Troll: ‘Nordic literature, art and music from the romantic era and onwards has adapted trolls in various manners – often in the form of an aboriginal race, endowed with oversized ears and noses. From here, as well as from Scandinavian fairy tales such as Three Billy Goats Gruff, trolls have achieved international recognition, and in modern fantasy literature and role-playing games, trolls are featured to the extent of being stock characters.‘ My scariest Troll experience was with the one who lived in a small lake in our neighborhood. I never saw the whole body, but the head was big and looked like an old, rotten stump or root. Rotten branches was it’s hair, it had only one big eye (could easily see in the dark and especially small children!) and just a few but big rotten teeth. Some also call it Nix or Neck – to me it was from the same family and scary just the same. One of my grandfathers uncle had even painted the head of the Troll and it hang on the wall in the bathroom at his farm by the lake. When I was little, granny had to sit outside the door if i very seldom had to go there Some may say it was damnably or ugly of the adults to make up this story. Looking back now, I can laugh about it and actually see the reason why. I was a very rebellion child and how else could they prevent me to go to the lake alone and drown? You see, I was never afraid to go to the lake holding an adults hand! The Southern Cross Award And when I’m at it – about things that are good in life I mean and nice things to share among bloggers: I felt so honored when getting this award from laketrees at PoeRTica the other day. I pass it on in a special way, to all my blogger friends on my blogroll as its hard to chose and I actually think they all deserve some link love too Update: I’ve got this award from Colin Richards too. Please read his post here! […]

  6. RennyBA said

    Thank you so very much for this award – that was sweet of you. I’ve updated my award post of course 🙂

  7. cotojo said

    Kim – It looks great doesn’t it 🙂

    Thank you so much. I added another page for awards lol, my sidebar was filling up 🙂

    Have a wonderful day 🙂

    Colin

  8. laketrees said

    well I must say Colin ..that it matches your blog very nicely…the yellow with your purple writing……
    you know you will be needing another blog for all your awards LOL….
    have a great day 🙂

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