Five of my fellow bloggers have honored me with the E for excellence award, including: Alexandra at Happy Hearts at Home, Dominisumus at We Belong to the Lord, Adele at Journey to Therese , Jean at Catholic Fire, and Heidi Hess Saxton at Mommy Monsters I am so honored by this, considering the excellence of their blogs. I love being part of the blogger family at times like this. It's worth all the effort. We do our best to get the truth out there, don't we?
I nominate the following excellent blogs:
1. Credo; Catholic Journal is run by a group of youthful Irishmen faithful to their wonderful Irish Catholic tradition, which, by the way, I inherited from my Grams.
2. Pinwheels Jennifer Grafonberg is always professional, always tender when discussing mothering her son with Down syndrome. She has a new book out, "Roadmap to Holland" check it out.
3. The World IMHO Christine and I blog together on Catholic Media Review, which she named. I identify with her strong pro-life perspective, and I love the way she interjects her comments into the text of a fraudulent point of view. She loves the truth and proclaims it well.
4. Et Tu Jen is an outstanding writer, who seamlessly blends her perspective into her posts without being self-abosorbed. Not an easy task for a bl0gger. I love her scorpion sightings!
5. Castle of the Immaculate - Mary Vitamin, aka Helen has a blog that has a calming effect on me like an afternoon of recollection. She has a beautiful new baby to ooh and ahh over too!
6. Cajun Cottage Under the Oaks -I'm fascinated by the delightful Cajun Catholic Culture, and Cay brings it to life with her wondeful recipes and family anecdotes.
7. By Sun and Candlelight- any time I'm looking for great nature studies, this is where I go, Dawn and her family are so in touch with the natural world, and her bookshelf is wonderful.
8. The Divine Gift of Motherhood- Elizabeth is so graceful and professional in her writing; she reminds me of the privelege of being both a mother and a writer.
9. Behold Your Mother-Jasna Gorak has some wonderful insights into how to actively participate in the Latin Mass.
10. Fatima Now- Pascendi discusses how to incorporate Catholic social teaching into our daily lives, always a thought-provoking read.
11. Christina Dunigan-she teaches ESL in Korea, and writes four blogs. Her comments on my pro-life posts always get me re-thinking about how to frame the issues.
By accepting this Excellent Blog Award, you have to award it to 10 or more people whose blogs you find Excellend Award worthy. You can give it to as many people as you want-even those that have received it already, but please award at least 10 people.