Welcome All! I'm a dreamer, I hope you are too! A Posse ad Esse, or From possibility to reality, is a general state of mind. I hope you'll share your possibilities with me as I will with you. Namaste~

October 19, 2008

building community

I have been meaning to mention this for the last couple of days, but I haven't had a chance to get online for the last couple of days.

Farm Mom, from Children of the Corn passed on to me a blog award the other day, and wrote such nice words about me, how could I let it go unmentioned. First off, thanks Angie, your words were so thoughtful.
From what I understand, this translates to "This blog invests and believes, the proximity" and by that meaning it invest and believes in the community and proximity that we can all create here online, and in our "real" communities. I am very happy to accept this as one of my goals for this year, was indeed to reach out more in both venues.

So, who to pass this to? Drum roll please............Rhonda from "Down-to-earth". I've been reading Rhondas blog for a long time, and love all that she writes about and does. This award I pass to her not only for the great information and inspiration that she passes on through her blog, not only for her work in her community center to help the less fortunate in her community, but also for her latest venture, the Simple, Green, Frugal blog that she has put together. She has managed to bring together bloggers that deal with similar issues from literally all around the world to share and collaborate in order to pass on ideas and build a community online. I am proud to call myself a member of that group of writers.

Thanks again Angie for the nod. These things usually go here to die, but this one was certainly worth a little attention. Hope you're all having a great weekend.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You're welcome! And I'm really suprised, I didn't expect you to participate, you know? Just couldn't think of anyone else more qualified for a community-oriented award than you! ;)

Congrats on getting to work this weekend. We're always in a frenzy of activity on the weekends at this time of the year too....so much to be done before we're virtually snowbouns for months.