Wednesday, February 28, 2007

And The Winner Is . . .

A Perfect Post – February 2007 Every month, Lucinda at Suburban Turmoil and MommaK at Petroville host the Perfect Post Awards, and this is the first anniversary of the project. Since the PPs started just before I began blogging, I've never known what this corner of the blogosphere was like before there was the opportunity to read wonderful, thought-provoking and/or hilarious work nominated by blogging peers. Thank you, Lucinda and MommaK!

For the month of February, I award Andrea of a garden of nna mmoy for her writing on Privacy. Ever since I ended up at her site via Bubandpie, I've been fascinated by what she has to say and the consistent quality of her writing. I wrote my own, somewhat less thrilling post on privacy, and expect to have more inspirations from her in the future.

Congratulations, Andrea!

Speaking of both Lucinda and awards, she wrote today about having a Proven Pelvis. That is, even though the ultra-sound for the soon-to-be-born Baby 2 shows that he'll be eight pounds and nine ounces, the doctors are not worried. She has a Proven Pelvis, having delivered an eight pound and fourteen ounce Baby 1.

If she does indeed create a Proven Pelvis Award, I am eagerly awaiting the little decorative button for my sidebar. Oh sure, you folks might have Perfect Post Awards, Thinking Blogger Awards, and Best of Blogs Awards, but I will be content with just a little bloggy bling for having delivered Q, almost two years ago. He was five pounds nine, but every bit as perfect as those bigger pals of his.

P.S. Is anyone else having comment weirdness with Blogger? I tried to leave comments for Mayberry and others tonight, but I get the text "Word Verification" instead of the actual squiggly word. Makes it hard to enter! Updated: This seems to be appearing correctly again. I'll catch back up with comments later today.

5 comments:

Andrea said...

Thank you so much, Lady M.

Mayberry said...

I want a Better Luck Next Time Pelvis award, then. NOT that there's going to be a next time.

Rugger Mom said...

I saw the same comment weirdness last night...

Mamacita Tina said...

It's awesome that people have made it possible for us to recognize others that made an impression on us.

I am still having that word verification problem, sometimes.

Lady M said...

Andrea - you totally deserve it!

Mayberry - Not that there's going to be a next time, eh?

Rugger Mom and Mamacita tina - I had the silly problem last night too. Grrr.