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Saturday, September 19, 2009

Saturday Saved, The Best For Last

Distinction AwardA double diamond blogger award from Mr. Windy. Thank you so much for the award, sire. I apologize for posting this late however, this is the best I can come out for Saturday Save. Nothing better than thanking those who gave you something. And to all fellow blogger, thank you to all the visits and comments. I may complain, brag, and write something irrelevant (paid post) to my blog but you are still here whatever I do. You all deserve this award too.

I can't add my link to Saturday Save Mr. Linky yet (schedule post), because I'm out and about today. My whole family will go visit my in laws and after that we are going to DH friends son's birthday party (west and east both in New Jersey), so my day is full with fun activities for the little ones. I will share some photos on Sunday or Monday if I am not too busy.

Enjoy your weekend!


Windmill September 26, 2009 at 6:07 AM  

Hi Nedekcir,

I sincerely enjoy presenting this DD Award to you. You deserve it regardless of what your personal opinion is about what you write. But write you do with a conviction that readers should give respect even if they do not agree.

Hope you have a good time at your in-laws.

Besides, I am late in catching up with my Blog backlog too. :)

Nedekcir September 26, 2009 at 8:01 AM  

Thanks Mr. Windy, you are godsend from above and never change. I like just the way you (That sounds buttering to me) but you do.

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