Last week I received a TRIPLE BLOG AWARD, sent from LEA at Ocean of Perspectives.
When a blogger I enjoy sends a little “lovepat” my way, smiles and that great twittery feeling of affirmation sizzle throughout my being. 😎
The Three in One Award stands for “blogs of attitude and gratitude, a member of a proud sisterhood, and a best friend of all blogs.” The rules are:
1. Put the logo on your blog or post.
2. Nominate at least 10 blogs which show Great Attitude and/or Gratitude.
3. Link to your nominees within your post.
4. Let them know that they have received this award by commenting on their blog.
5. Share the love and link to this post and to the person from whom you received your award.
Here are some blogs from wonderful brothers in the sisterhood. Hope you get a chance to stop in, visit with them, and share your thoughts.
Pamir from Reiki Help Blog – though I am not a Reiki practitioner, I learn a lot from Pamir. Reiki, is after all about moving energy in the body, (do I have that correct, P?) and yoga works on the same principles.
Dr. Jay from Yoga for Cynics – This was one of the first “reality” yoga blogs I found and Jay’s honesty still keeps me on my toes and venturing outta my ego! He’s funny too and that is considered a BIG PLUS.
buddhaofhollywood – I was thrilled when buddhaofhollywood found me. He accepted my post (DO YOU BELIEVE YOU CAN?) for the first Blog Carnival I ever participated in: zen school carnival. That was a thrill in the life of LY! I particularly admire his zen stories. It’s an incredible mind that can spin ’em like that.
classicpoetryaloud – not exactly a blog, but a daily infusion of classical poetry read aloud in a truly perfect voice…get your poem-fix here.
wahidudden’s web – I am relatively new to this sufi’s site, but from what I have seen — and there is A LOT to be learned and absorbed on this content-rich site — I love it. I plan regular runs to refresh my daily cup of saki with wahidudden.
(Hmmm, I’m presuming Dawg is a man…maybe that’s sexist of me…Dawg, you gonna weigh in on the gender issue here?)