Thank you Margaret Lynette Sharpe for nominating me for this award before the Christmas break.
The rules for receiving the Sisterhood of the World bloggers award are as follows.
- Provide a link and thank the blogger who nominated you for this award.
- Answer 8-10 questions.
- Nominate 10-12 blogs that you find a joy to read.
- Provide links to these nominated blogs and kindly let the recipients know that they have been nominated.
- Include the award logo within your blog post.
I’m delighted to be considered worthy of this award.
- Your favorite color – oh Indigo without a doubt – not only do I wear it the history of the colour is fascinating
- Your favorite animal – I can barely remember a time in my life spent without a cat nearby
- Facebook or Twitter – Google+
- Your favorite pattern – twill
- Do you prefer getting or giving presents? – I enjoy both – especially when it is a surprise
- Your favorite number? – I don’t know but “7” is insisting I write it down
- Your favorite day of the week? – Saturday – so much potential in a weekend
- Your favorite flower? – Roses or boronia or stackhousia – all with exquisite perfumes
- What is your passion? – Spinning, weaving, phoneography, writing, living quietly
And to continue Margaret’s trend I will pass these same questions on to the following bloggers and say thanks for sharing your worlds with me:
- Tazzieval – life in the Huon Valley sounds wonderful
- Nancy Merrill – whose photos I enjoy
- Ellen Gregory – who always has something interesting to say
- Cathelina di Alessandri – the alter ego of a Queensland Living Historian
- Mary/Mazz – who shares her experiments with natural dyes
- Sally Donnatello – writes and takes pictures with her phone
- Jill Sanders – whose Saori weaving was the first I encountered
- Kaz Madigan – a wonderful Australian weaver
- Nancy Munroe – handspinner, knitter, designer
- Janice Heck – a writer who also like cats
Thanks again Margaret Lynette for the opportunity to explore all your wonderful nominees, I had fun. I hope my nominees find something of interest, too.