"Ana explains the thought behind her award. “This prize has arisen from the daily visits that I dedicate to many blogs which nourish me and enrich me with creativity. In them I see dedication, creativity, care, comradeship, but mainly, art, much art.”
I am very pleased and a bit confused. I never thought this blog qualified as art, unless "crazy middle aged woman tries to herd monkeys" counts as art. Maybe it is a craft. Is it a craft?
Anyway, here are the rules and instructions.
Please be so kind to accept this award. You can keep it to yourself or pass it on, that's up to you of course. But there are some rules if you decide to pass on the award to remarkable blogs you feel are worthy of the award.
1. You have to pick 5 blogs that you consider deserve this award through creativity, design, interesting material and also contributes to the blogger community no matter of language.
2. Each award should have the name of the author with a link to their blog.
3. Award winners have to post the award with the name and link to the blog of the person who gave them the award.
4.Please include a link to the Arte Y Pico blog so that everyone will know where the award came from.
5. Show these rules.
Here are the blogs I picked and why
My sister at In Stitches because I love to watch and see her spread her creative wings.
Weed Whackin Wenches because their photos are beautiful and sometimes they crack me up.
Garden Life a beautiful Japanese garden blog. Can't read what he is writing, but the pictures are awesome.
Ourfriendben, Silence, and Poor Richard at Poor Richard's Almanac for great writing and good recipes
Finally, Givinya De Elba at Killing a Fly with a Ukulele is Probably the Wrong Thing To Do because she is seriously funny and her brother wrote me a poem.
Okay, I wasn't finished and I am going to cheat. Actually, I am going to swipe a nominee from my sister. Sorry Sis, you only get four. I also want to pick Dee at Red Dirt Ramblings. Her blog is beautiful and she can actually focus on gardening. She also gave me blogging advice in the beginning. I am still open to your mentoring Dee.
Thanks again Cindy. You are the best.