Thursday, March 12, 2009

Premio Dardo Award

Wow! Dana at School for Us sent me a Premio Dardo award. I am so touched, especially since my blogging has fallen off lately. It really makes my heart smile.


"This award acknowledges the values that every blogger shows in his/her effort to transmit cultural, ethical, literary and personal values every day.”

Next I am suppose to pass the award along to 15 of my favorite bloggers. I hope that they will become some of your favorites too.

A Dusty Frame
Barefoot Meandering
C Jane Enjoy It
History is Elementary
Painted Rainbows and Chamomile Tea
The Pioneer Woman
Queen Bee's Homeschool Hive
Life is Not a Cereal
Trivium Academy
One Child Policy Homeschool
No Parent Needs to Walk Alone: Parenting Victims of Sexual Abuse
Mind Games
Little Blue School
The Diosa Dotada Endeavor
The Classical Circus

You can read about the search for the origin of this award at K- Squared Ramblings, very interesting.

9 comments:

A Dusty Frame said...

Hi:) Thank you so much.
I read all your posts in bloglines, but I don't leave comments very often:( Sorry!

Thank you for your kind award.
Lizzie

Lostcheerio said...

Thank you! That was very cool! :) And nice to meet you.

Carol Beth said...

Thank you so much! I'm committing to blog more diligently. Surely if the Bible is full of fallible people someone could learn something from so very fallible me! Thanks again for thinking of me!

Crunchy Mama said...

Wow! Thanks Christie. I don't know what to say! I'll do my best to pass it along to some more worthy homeschool bloggers. And thanks for linking the history of it. That was interesting to read too.

Jimmie said...

Thanks so much! I've not heard of this award, so I'm off to read about it. :-)

School for Us said...

One thing I'm loving about this award is reading other people's list and finding "new favorites" of my own! I can't wait to look through your list. :-)

Nina said...

Thank you, thank you and a few new blogs to discover.

I love the new delicious look of your blog.

KathyJo said...

Thank you, Christie. :)

You asked what "old school radical" means. It just means that I believe in the ideals espoused by our Founding Fathers in many of their writings and most particularly the foundational documents. They were radical during their time in comparison to other governments. Unfortunately, those ideals are considered "radical" during our times, too.

Elementaryhistoryteacher said...

Wow, what company you have placed me in....I'm honored.

Thank you so much for the award and following blogging bits. :)