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Monday, September 12, 2011

Receiving and Sharing The Versatile Blogger Award!

The Versatile Blogger award was given to me by Ms Saba at :) Thank you!!

The rules (there are always rules!)

Anyone who accepts this is asked by the person selecting them to do three things:

1. Thank the person who gave you the award and link back to them in your post.
2. Share 7 things about yourself
3. Pass this Award along to 15 recently discovered blogs and let them know about it!

     Thank you Ms Saba for this award, I really I appreciate it!  This is such a fun way to get to know other bloggers. 

     Here are the 7 things about myself.  Sorry if most of them are repeats of an earlier post, but these things haven't changed and I'm still me! :)

1. I am a grandmother. I am called “Lolli” and my husband is called “Pop”. Hence, this is where the name for my blog came from.

2. I like to quilt, sometimes I quilt with a group called “Stitch ‘N ( )itch”. I left out the “B” on purpose.

3. I made my daughter’s wedding dress & veil, her bridesmaids’ dresses and my outfit for her wedding. (pictures on left side of my blog)

4. I like to write, draw and paint.

5. I am known for quick-one-line-zingers.

6.  I collect teapots and teacups. 

7.  I have done quite a bit of traveling, but my favorite place to be is inside my grandson's hug!

Here are the 15 blogs I would like to share this award with:

Stacy -

Lynda -

Joanne -

Ali -

Alleged Author -

Cynthia -

Mimi -

Molly -

Ron -

Jenny -

Doralynn -

Angie -

Peggy -

Lady Gwen -

Elaine AM -

     Thanks for all that you share with us!


Joanne said...

Thank you Maeve for this cool award!
Blessings, Joanne

Ron Smith said...

Thanks, Maeve. I appreciate it.

Debbie said...

Wow Maeve! That's pretty awesome of you to make all those clothes for your daughter's wedding. It would have taken you ages. Congrats on the award. :)

Jenny Sulpizio said...

Thanks, Maeve! I love that you thought of me and truly appreciate it! :)


Peggy Eddleman said...

Awww! Thanks Maeve! That's so sweet!

I love the story behind your blog name. And I love all the dresses for the wedding. They're amazing! You did such a fabulous job!

I am known (in my head) for slow-one-line-zingers that come about a day after they could've been used. ;)

Lady Gwen said...

Awww, thank you for the blog award Maeve! Yay! My second one! I'm honored that you thought of me. I will do my best to be worthy of it. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

P.S. You are so talented, making all those dresses. *jealous*

Cynthia Chapman Willis said...

And thank you, Maeve! I am so impressed that you quilt and sew dresses. Wow, are you ever talented.

Anonymous said...

Super! Thanks, Maeve! I'll try to put together my own list after the back-to-school madness subsides. :)

Wish I could make dresses. I grumble if I have to sew a button back on.

WritingNut said...

Congratulations on your award and to all the recipients! :)

And you are so talented! Those dresses are beautiful!

Lynda R Young said...

Congrats for your award and thanks so much for passing it on. :)

I love your 7th point. Gorgeous.

Maeve Frazier said...

Joanne - you are welcome, I enjoy your blog.

Ron - you are welcome, I enjoy your blog, as well.

Debbie - thank you. They took a while.

Jenny - I'm glad I found your blog.

Peggy - Thank you. Slow-one-line-zingers are good, too; as long as they make you laugh. :)

Lady Gwen - :) I'm glad I found your blog!

Cynthia - Thanks, we are all a talented group.

lemonye (Molly) - I can't wait to read your list!

WritingNut - Thank you!

Lynda - Thank you! He is adorable!

Mimi said...

Thanks!! I was away last week with almost no internet time, but lovely surprise to come back to an award. I'll get around to doing the tasks soon.
I'm very impressed with your talents! i tried quilting once, couldn't get the hang of it at all. And I couldn't dream of making any clothes, let alone a daughter's wedding dress.
I repeat, very talented!

Stacy S. Jensen said...

Thanks Maeve for this. I was out in the Black HIlls trying to unplug while on a family vacation. I still have not caught up! I am a zinger person too. I have to keep myself in check when I meet new people. :)