Sunshine Award

The Sunshine Award is given to those who positively and creatively inspire others in the blogging world.

The rules for accepting the Sunshine Award are listed below.

Thank the person who nominated you and link back to their blog.

List 11 facts about YOU!

Nominate 10 other blogs to receive the award.

Announce the nominations to the nominees.

And don’t forget to copy the Sunshine Award badge

I want to thank Sonya Lira at Capture You Photography for nominating me for this award.  She’s the best photographer in Texas.


Here are 11 things about me: 

I love to read both fiction and nonfiction
I am a cat person after being a dog person most of my life
I like my privacy and quiet surroundings
I’ve been to the grocery store in my p.j.’s
I don’t like green beans or walks in the rain
I love chocolate, the good kind, like Ghirardeli, Godiva, and of course, Scharffen Berger
I love to garden, of course.
I can be insufferable at times but my friends put up with it
I am a Biological Anthropologist and always will be.  It’s not a job to me.
I beat cancer.
I find Nietzsche and opera tedious.

I nominate the following  10 Blogs for the Sunshine Award:


10 thoughts on “Sunshine Award

  1. Thanks for the compliment but that is really not true. LOL. I love photography I really do but there are some really great photographers inTexas.

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  3. I appreciate the recognition, but I’m lousy at following instructions. So I accept your sunshine award with humility, but, not to rain on your sunshine, I’m not going to pay it forward.. Thank you, though.

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  5. Thanks for the nomination, Lucy! I too do not like long walks in the rain. I mean… maybe the occasional mad dash or dance but I don’t think I’d want to be walking in it unless I was naked and that would probably lead to a very awkward arrest.

  6. Thanks again for the award! Seems fitting for a gardener 🙂
    I’m a gardener too. An Obsessive Gardener. In the time BC (before children) I would spend hours every evening after work, and most of my time on the weekends, working in my garden. I’m in a new house now with a backyard that is essentially a blank slate…a blank slate FULL OF ROCKS. Worst soil I’ve ever experienced. Can’t wait for a huge load of compost in the spring!

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