White Dog rushed to check our blog like she does first thing every morning after breakfast and looked at me with her dark eyes flashing. "Momma! Blogger is at it again! Our post from Saturday has been eaten! It is NOT here!" With that she stomped off to sulk and yip under her breath. "Watch your language, Young Lady!" I called after her.
White Dog and the White Dog Army (finally) wanted to gratefully acknowledge the receipt of The Liebster Blog Award from three of our favorite bloggers:
Random Felines (a wonderful kitty family and their human who foster and nurse and care about cats and kittens forgotten and abandoned...and an occasional transport pup),
Meowmeowmans the stories and insights from PAWS a private no-kill shelter, and
the Slimmer Puggums (five of the most generous pugs, their mamas, and their new kitty sister. If you need help in this community odds are the Puggums are already on it...spreading the word...getting the ball rolling...lending a hand).
The kind recognition of these superior bloggers honors us, warms our hearts, and makes us woo in glee.
"Liebster means “dearest” in German, and the award is intended to help up-and-coming blogs get the attention they deserve. As with any award, there is a bit of ceremony involved. In order to accept the award, we must do the following:
1.Copy and paste the award on our blog.
2.Link back to the blogger who gave us the award.
3.Pick our five favorite blogs with less than 200 followers, and leave a comment on their blog to let them know they have received the award.
4.Hope that the five blogs chosen will keep spreading the love and pass it on to five more blogs"
The White Dog Army is going to bend rule #3 just a bit. Instead of listing OUR favorites, we ask you to adventure into the blog community and read a blog that is new to you...then come back and leave us a comment so we, too, can expand our circle of friends...and share the love and spirit of our blog world. In a way, we all can share this award together.
Thank you once again, dear friends, for thinking of us. We humbly promise to do right by your gift.