Hello everyone, now I just know you all had a great day after all Tiger won The Bridgestone PGA Major and it was a sunny day. What more could we want?
What can I say? From the beginning I was a bit leery of the Awards and I thought no, I am blogging and enjoying making friends.....I'm not going to alienate any of them by choosing so I will pass on the awards.....I didn't think it would bother me not to receive an award but as I watched others receive them, ego got in the way and I began wanting them too, not to mention how much I admired and respected the wonderful blogger friend's who gave them to me. The past few days I had decided I would quietly accept the awards offered, post them on my home page and leave it at that. Yesterday I was given one which I had received before so I e-mailed my kind friend and explained what I had decided to do and after e-mailing back and forth we came to the decision I would post it and leave it at that. Being a new blogger she was excited to be passing the award along and I knew she wasn't very happy with me. I honestly didn't want to hurt her or anyone but since...well I have noticed she has removed herself as a follower. I now realize that every time I let my ego make a decision instead of my heart...well it just doesn't work out. Anyway my village bloggers know and understand each other and we always allow each other the choice of accepting or not without taking a refusal personally. So glad for my village....love you all. So now I want to thank each and everyone of you who have given me an award, they are special and precious to me but please don't hate me just accept my decision and don't give me anymore awards. I don't deserve them especially feeling the way I do about them. I tell you this as I don't trust myself, (oh I am weak aren't I) but my ego may get in the way and I will start over and put myself in the same position I was in yesterday. I don't know about you but I feel so much better telling you how I feel.
My neighbour called just before supper and asked me to baby-sit their 10 year old daughter as one of their parents had been taken to hospital. I said of course and did we ever have fun. Her name is Sarah and I BBQ a hamburger for her for supper and she said, that's the best hamburger I have ever had.....what a sweetie. Her long blond hair was braided and she has big blue eyes the size of saucers, not to mention all the cute freckles sprinkled across her cheeks and nose. Later we watched the movie, Nanny McPhee and she loved it when the children were bad and she was even a bit scared of Nanny McPhee at first but like the children in the movie grew to love her before it was over. Her dad picked her up around 7 and the house seemed quiet after she left. I really enjoyed her and hope they need a baby-sitter again soon, to see a movie through the eyes of a child is a wonderful experience, I enjoyed her giggles and questions more than the movie.
Have a great Monday my friends.......Good Night and God Bless....xo