Imagine my delight and shock when I read the post on my friend Kim’s blog at Gluten Free Is Life where she presented me with this award!
Here are the rules:
- This award is bestowed upon blogs that are exceedingly charming.
- These kind bloggers aim to find and be friends.
- They are not interested in self-aggrandizement.
- Our hope is that when the ribbons of these prizes are cut, even more friendships are propagated.
- Please give more attention to these writers.
- Deliver this award to six bloggers who must choose six more and include this cleverly written text into the body of their award.
- I will pass this award to some of my bloggy friends that I find exceedingly charming…
Now I get to share the fun with six more! (It’s like a chain letter-but this is actually fun!)
Heidi at Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom. Heidi had me laughing at my computer with her story of the brussel sprout adventure. Definitely check her out. I’m a firm beliver that humor makes everything just a little better-and Heidi delivers.
Cara at Cara’s Cravings. Cara is a gal after my own heart who likes lifting heavy stuff in the gym. She is also a kick butt cook and creates healthier versions of favorites, which I am all for. And we both like cottage cheese-what else needs to be said?
JC at JCD Fitness. Now-JC is neither female, nor celiac-and I have doubts that he will pass along the love with the blog awards (I know you’re a good guy JC but I can’t see you putting all this love out there-although it would be bro-love.) JC has some fabulous, no nonsense training and nutrition info-and some of it he has geared specifically for the ladies, never fear.
Leigh at Leigh Peele.com! Leigh also is very no BS, and has a lot of good info. She did the video which I used in the Calories Count Part 2 post. She blogs about music and mindset as well as diet and training.
Peter at No Gluten, No Problem. Peter was profiled as a Gluten Free Athlete here as well. He has started a guide to gluten free small towns which I love, and am adding places to my “places to see before you die” list. He and his wife also have published a very cool cookbook called Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking: More than 250 Great-tasting, From-scratch Recipes from Around the World, Perfect for Every Meal and for Anyone on a Gluten-free Diet–and Even Those Who Aren’t.
Amy at Simply Sugar and Gluten Free. As you can imagine, I’m always on the lookout for flavorful and healthy recipes-and Amy delivers. There’s A LOT of recipe options over there. She must cook all day long 🙂
Thanks to all of you for the wonderful content you provide!