Friday, April 20, 2012

These are rockin' blogs

My friend Francine nominated my blog for an award, so I decided to return the favor.

Check out these sweet blogs (with 200 followers or less-- what, are people crazy?):

Francine @ Beautiful, Sweet Life (Her sister Justine was my roommate-- and is one of my besty friends-- so sometimes I got to talk to Francine's baby on skype, thankfully now she has a blog about her fam. All I can say is lol.)

Emily @ Just Weird Enough (the only thing better than reading the stories on Emily's blog is having her tell them to you in person. Her sister Grace is like the Godfather of Catholic blogs because if she links your post on her blog, you automatically get a million visits)

Jenny @ Mama Needs Coffee (she's my sister and is super brilliant and witty concerning all things Catholic & counter-cultural, so, you know, that's a lot to live up to)

Lizzie @ Do You Live in a Rock? (she's also my sister and is really funny and crafty, also hard to live up to)

Cool girl @ Life in the Gap (umm, I don't actually know her name and feel like a total creeper, but we must have some common blog buddies b/c I somehow found her blog about being single and Catholic and really love it. We should be real life friends some day).

the rules:

a. choose 5 up and coming blogs with less than 200 followers to give the award to (Opps, did I cheat by linking multiple blogs in one entry?)
b. show your thanks to the blogger who awarded you by linking back to them
c. post the award on your blog
d. list the blogs you gave the award to by linking on your site. Leave a comment on their blogs to let them know you awarded them. (Nah, they'll figure it out)
e. list 5 random facts about yourself. (there's already enough weird stuff about me on here. No need to know more at this time.)

1 comment:

  1. Aww, thanks for linking me! I love your blog, too, and totally agree: let's please be real life friends. Some day, anyway.

    P.S. My name is Mary Beth Baker. I've never put it on my blog because the original idea was anonymity, but I'm kind of stepping away from that these days. =)