Nice Matters...

Dawn at The Feathered Nest nominated me for a "Nice Matters Award". This is kind of funny because yesterday I practically hissed at the guy in the meat department looking for organic hamburger at the grocery store. They carry it intermittently...which drives me crazy. I don't do the organic thing across the board but it really does taste better. I guess I need to make some cookies for the guy in the meat department. what kind should I make?

Okay, now. This will be hard for me because I know a lot of nice bloggers out there. JoJo was the first person to really encourage me to try dollmaking. If I could I would nominate the whole Coffee with Tea group led by Dolls of Yore because they without fail answered questions when I was a newbie to dollmaking with patience and kindness (and continue to as well). The people listed below have the heart to encourage people and I love that about them.

JoJoCrow Primitives
Dolls of Yore
clcdolls - Cindi Ciampa
The Blackberry Briar
Vintage Primitives

I put the html links in 5 times and blogger kept saying ERROR ERROR! AAAAgh! Look to the right sidebar and you will see the links for these folks under "Fun Places to Visit".

And if you want some fun...go to BlueEyeDuck Studios' blog (in sidebar at right) and go to Blankenstine Unleashed. OH MY!


Jane Pierce aka zJayne said...

Nice does matter and what a wonderful way to be recognized by friends! Speaks volumes...sure we all have the other side but what I think it means to be nice is that you make every effort to react with 'nice' first...of course, if that doesn't work...then there's the meat stuff! Ha!

Found your blog through Amber VIM's blog. New to blogging but hope to learn it too!

Blondie ~ Vintage Primitives said...

how very nice! that you would even consider nominating me. It appears I am in good company!
Hmmm - you are a special friend - I always can count on you for exceptional support!

Atticbabys said...

You so deserve it sweet Dixie! Now may I please have some cookies too?? ;-)

"Do not let what you cannot do
keep you from doing what you can do."

John Wooden