Splish Splash Suprise

Gaelikaa has surprised and humbled me with a gift. It is the lovely Splash Award she in turn received it from Mimi. We are all Irish bloggers – Mimi lives and writes in Ireland. Gaelikaa is married, living and raising her family in India while I live ‘Up there’ in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.

Like Gaelikaa I read and follow a very broad selection of Blogs that stretch from Australia, India, Africa, Europe, to America and Canada. The writers are both male and female and vary in age from 15 to 84 years young!

It is suggested to nominate and link up to 9 Blogs to receive the award.  Blogs that amuse, allure, bewitch, impress and inspire one on a regular basis. You all do that in your own special way, which is why I return so often. It would be impossible for me to name nine bloggers without leaving some very talented people out and not wanting to cause hurt or offence I leave it open, to whosoever would like to accept it.

Thank you gaelikaa for counting me in, may we all enjoy many years of visiting and inspiring each other.

19 thoughts on “Splish Splash Suprise

  1. Grannymar Post author

    There is somebody out there after all! 😉

    Ramana – a little seasoning is just what this blog needs today. 😀

  2. Grannymar Post author

    Darlene – It is a very pretty award and without people like you who visit every day, I would lose te enthusiasm to keep going! So take a share.

  3. Grannymar Post author

    Magpie11 – ‘Who’s the Godmother?’

    Must be Ramana – His is in drag! 🙄 * shuffles away to hide *

  4. Conrad

    Why, I virtually accept! Which means the nine is still open!

    By the way, for visitors who don’t know me, I’m the blogger from Patagonia. Northern Patagonia. … with 3/8 Irish and Scots Irish blood in me.

  5. Grannymar Post author

    Conrad – It looks like you were not the only one with Irish blood down there since there are place names like Cochrane and Villa O’ Higgins! 😀

  6. gaelikaa

    Grannymar – you did the right thing absolutely – and I quite like the idea of a female Irish mafia of bloggers – now it wasn’t intended that way, believe me, but now that Ramana has brought up the subject…. it is worth thinking over!


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