I was awarded this very important looking award from my BBB, 3D at Postcards from the Edge without even begging for it, like I normally have to do for all my awards. It's called the
I wish you lived next door to me, but since you don't, this blog will have to do Award. (okay, I totally made that up.)
Actually, it's nameless, but it is Portuguese and it translates: This blog invests and believes, in the proximity [meaning, that blogging makes us 'close' -being close through proxy]. So to pass on the love, which , BTW, has no rules to the number of people you pass it on to, I will do my own thing. Shut it, it's my birthday week. I bestow this great honor to the following, wishing we lived close so we could hang out in person and do each other's hair and paint each other's nails:
Marilyn at The Farm Blahg
Julie at 47 and Starting Over
Janie at Sounding Forth
Janet at Queen of Planet Hotflash
These girls make me laugh and are unbelievably supportive. I really would love to get together with them.
Speaking of getting together, how many of you would be interested in having a GIANT SLUMBER PARTY next September? Too avoid high costs, we could have the party at my house in Dallas. I can sleep 16 comfortably, 45 uncomfortably. If enough interest is expressed, we can vote on a date and start planning. And I will start cleaning. We can just hang out and drink, eat, and visit, or actually have fancy activities like a restaurant dinner and a play or concert. I am lazy and go for the one that I don't have to actually dress up for, so just let me know what YOU would like and we can start planning. (BTW, there are 2 airports in Dallas, Love Field and DFW. I am 35 minutes away from both of them.)
Let me know how interested you are and we can start deciding on who's house we will TP. Just kidding. I am much more mature than that. Ok, no I'm not. The last time I TP'ed, I took my youth group from the church and was exiled when the deacons figured out who did their houses. And I was married to the preacher then...can you say AWKWARD? I knew you could.