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Sunshine Award

Thanks to Rhetta from On Raspberry Hill, I've received the Sunshine Award!! Thanks, Rhetta!


1) Favorite color?
Sea Blue. I feel in love with it all over again in Hawaii. That inky blue is just amazing.
2) Favorite animal? 
Probably the river otter. They are just so cute and playful. Love to see them when we go to aquariums.
3) Favorite number?
7, it's a nice number, full of perfection. Followed closely by 40 and 12.
4) Favorite Drink?
A nice, hot cafe mocha from just about any coffee shop, with the cold version running a close second
5) Facebook or Twitter?
I like them both for different reasons. I feel like I get more news on Twitter and more drama on Facebook.
6) Good Book or Good Movie?
I love reading a good book and then seeing a well made movie about it. It doesn't happen very often, if ever, but I still love that.
7) My passion?
Learning. I love learning new things. I especially like studying the Bible and seeing what God has to teach me. 
8) Giving or getting gifts? 
I actually love getting more than giving, but I do enjoy giving gifts, especially when it's a good one.
9) Favorite day?
Thursday, it's the last day of Joel's work week, I enjoy being home together in the evening, knowing we have Sabbath the next day.
10) Favorite flower?
Sunflowers and daisies. Sunflowers remind me of our wedding day.

Now the rules for the Sunshine Award are:
1) Thank the person who took time out to give you the award - and link back to them.
2) Answer the 10 questions about yourself.
3) Forward this award on to 10 other bloggers - and let them know you have done so! 
4) Copy and paste the award onto your site. 

I will admit, I haven't been on top of reading blogs lately, but I do think of these ladies when I do!

Zegliano at the last bite
Nan at Shawnanigans
Ellen at The Long Thread
Steph at Balanced Style
Maureen at Maureen Lang's Blog
Helen at Helen's World

Comments

  1. Sunshine award great!!
    I had received during my college days when I became fresher of my college.

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