just plain fun to read


Award winner, artist and poet laureate, Julie nominated us for the "just plain fun to read" blog award. Julie is such a warm person and an amazing collage artist - I envy her abilities ten-fold. It's always interesting to read about her reflections on life and how she deals with its twists and turns. Thank you so much Julie for the nod in our direction!

Now, the great thing about receiving this award is that you don't have to do anything other than be yourself. No racking your brain to remember your first words, or where you'll be in ten years. So, in the spirit of pay it forward, and without further a do (drum roll, please), here are my nominees for the "just plain fun to read" award as they are must reads, too:

Bliss
Design For Mankind
Paper Schmaper
Please Sir
Posie Gets Cozy
S*hopTalk
{frolic!}

xo, Cindy
Photo Credit : Out & About In NYC

11 comments:

please sir said...

Thank you Cindy - what an honor! You are such a GREAT TO READ as well!

Krissy said...

aw! Thanks Cindy :) *blushing... I heart your blog too.

design for mankind. said...

Ha, I can't think of anyone well-deserving than the just plain fun award.

AND THANK YOU! WOWZA! I'M FLATTERED! :)

Jessie Cacciola said...

aw, so cute. you are such a fun read. :)

quaint handmade said...

thanks for the compliments everyone and for joining us over here in our neck of the woods!

actually, everyone in the blogroll is "just plain fun to read".

xo, c

Chelsea said...

Hey, thanks so much!!

A Print A Day said...

i agree with all your choices...you included!

S.HOPtalk said...

I couldn't agree more with Julie...a well deserved award for you and Scott.

And THANK YOU...you've totallly made my day! Off to bed with a grin from ear to ear. :)

quaint handmade said...

thank you ladies and you're welcome!

julie king said...

aaaahhh, shucks, cindy! thanks for your kind words! i did a double-take and thought is she talking about moi?? just plain old country girl me has all of you fooled, i guess. thanks for being a good blogger friend!

quaint handmade said...

no, thank you julie ;)! we feel the same way, just plain old city folks doing this and that.