My Husband "Subvet" says that when our first son "Sonshine" was born the sun rose on our world, when our second son "Gator" was born the sun laughed and when our daughter "Sugars" was born all the flowers bloomed. That says it all.

"Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass...
It's about learning how to dance in the rain."
Anonymous

Your mind is the garden, your
thoughts are the seeds, the harvest can either be flowers or weeds. — William
Wordsworth

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

I got an award!

From Heather K at The Zoo

~Mighty Mom...she makes me smile because of her incredible patience and good attitudes with her little sweetie pies that love to mattress surf, curtain climb...etc! She keeps me entertained with these tales of adventure!


I have to say that this award means more to me than any other one out there. It means I'm doing something right.

When I started this blog I realized that I had a choice, I could either gripe all the time, or I could intentionally NOT gripe at all. I mean, we all have stuff we can gripe about. But does the world in general and my life in particular need more griping??

NOPE!

What I need is an attitude adjustment. A regular daily attitude adjustment.

It's all about perspective and how you choose to look at things.

So I started this blog for me. And I decided that I would ONLY post things in my life viewed from an entertaining/uplifing/inspirational and sometimes downright funny perspective. Which of course means that I have to FIND that perspective first!

Truth be told, I crack myself up. My kids crack me up. My husband really cracks me up.

And I am thrilled to hear that we crack you up too! Thank you Heather from the bottom of my funny bone for this very meaningful award.
Laughter is the world's best medicine. Well, right after Chocolate (which we all know cures everything)!

So, now to pass this award on to my fellow bloggers who've help spread a bit of that wonderful medicine to me.

Blowin' San #1

The Cook Shack

Diane's Place

Pen of Jen

Smoldering Embers in a Mohawk Campfire

7 comments:

Diane J. said...

Awwww, thanks Sarah. :o)

Yup, you make me smile too!

Now to try to figure out that Greek email thing, LOL! ;D

Love and hugs,

Diane

diana said...

congratulations. you are very deserving. you make me smile =]

Penless Thoughts said...

If any one deserves this award YOU DO!!! Keep up the good work of making us smile. :O)
Susan

Mohawk Chieftain said...

I'm lucky I don't get a hernia... from all that Liftin'! And now, I'd like to thank Mighty Mom, for showing absolutely no taste, in passing along this Mighty Fine award; my Mom & Dad, for their support, even though they always felt I had no common sense; my Wife, for taking all those little couch naps that give me time to fool around on here; all the little people who allowed me to use them and step on them, as I rose to the top of the heap, much like a skimming of sour cream; the rest of you, whose names I can't remember; and most of all... ah, hell, I can't remember what I was gonna say.... Oh! Does any monetary award come with this award?

Cookie..... said...

Well Amiga...I'm speechless (thats a rare event). You definately deserve your award cause makin folks laugh or smile a might is what its all about, and thats why I keep comin back here. God knows that there are hundreds of blog out there that only deal with the serious political or life issues, and they have there place....but folks need a humorous diversion frum time to time...and thats where you come in....

Mary@notbefore7 said...

What a great goal for your blog! It is so good to see the humor in things, isn't it :)

Stephanie said...

Congrats! An award well-deserved!

Sorry to be so late in reading this--it's been a crazy, hectic, can't-stop-for-a-minute type week!