This award was created in response to the following post 'Telling It Like It Is' by Sue aka The Purple Pixie over at The Creative Spirit.
WE ARE Honest Blogger!
the Sisterhood of
As honest bloggers we:
(Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete, Add To...As You Wish)
* Speak our truth from the heart and tell it like it is.
* Share openly and honestly our true feelings without fear of judgement, Blame or
* We write to share our achievements so others can also share our joy.
* We write about our bad times too, knowing that the love and support of others is
around us and perhaps heal another’s pain in the process..
*We are human beings with real feelings and emotions and REFUSE to hide behind a
* We dare to be different
* We are Free Spirits
* We realise that by spilling out, we lighten our load.
* We acknowledge our strengths and weaknesses and don't see them in terms of
success or failure.
* We laugh together and cry together
* We are all following our own journey in our own unique way
* Above all else, we may lie on the floor, screaming and kicking, or feel like life is collapsing around us once in a while….but at the end of the day, we drag ourselves up, dust ourselves off and rise to fight another day.
Thank you Sue for this beautifully made and soulfully sent little gift.
Now.. after pondering.. ‘to pass it on.. and who to? There are so many wonderful honest blogging shift sisters out there, whose blogs I either follow, have commented on or just read, not to mention the ones I haven’t had the pleasure to come across yet!
So for now I’d like to pass the gift on, in the spirit in which it was originally intended by Sue - "Please accept this Award in the spirit in which it was intended. Feel free to take and use the picture and do with it what you will. (She Grins) You can add your own reasons for awarding someone it if you pass it on, you can add links to your blog, you have no obligation at all, I just wanted to let you know that you are one helluva Honest Blogger!” to:-
..souly : ) because she was one of the first female blogger interactions I had, who’s blog touched and inspired me with her gentle honesty and humour.