Thursday, 12 April 2012

The Versatile Blogger Award!

Thank you to Lesley at Mad dog Woman of Shackleford
for presenting me with this honour!

I am now meant to tell you 7 interesting things about me.....

1. I am a crochet addict (see www.macscrochet.blogspot.)
2. I escaped the Tsunami of 2004 with just damage to one leg/ankle
3. I love to watch Jeremy Kyle show (another addiction)
4. Oh and Escape to the Country
5.  I have Coeliac Disease so I can't eat any gluten or wheat products
6.  I danced with Morecambe & Wise in their 1977 Christmas Show
7. I have a Cocker Spaniel who is now 13 and deaf

Now I have to nominate others for this award, so.....

I think I should be awarding more out than just 3, but these are my 3 favourite allotment / gardening blogs that are updated regularly so that's it from me!

Thanks again to Lesley.


Plot 42Eand 42W said...

Look at you getting an award will you be putting it up in the front room.

Ali said...

Hiya, well I have nominated you for the award now, so once you have it on YOUR blog (and hanging it up in your front room too) you can pass it on to another allotment blog that you think deserves it!! :)

Rooko said...

Congratulations on the award Ali, fingers crossed for further ones in the future.

Ali said...

Thanks Rooko, it's such a surprise to get a blog award and I am thrilled!

Stacy said...

congrates on the award a great blog :-)

Plot 42Eand 42W said...

Thought i better get my but into gear.Thanks

Gwen Ward said...

Hi Ali - congratulations on another award! Clever you!! But I think you deserve them all since your are a really great 'Blogger'. And many thanks for awarding same to me!!

Ali said...

Stacy - thanks for the congrats - you are kind for stopping by!

Gwen - thank you lovely lady - you deserve yours too as I love your blogs!


Lesley Beeton said...

I really should have popped over before now to read your interesting facts - fascinating!

I hope you will carry on blogging on your new plot. How are you going to move all the seedlings?

Lesley x.

Ali said...

Hi Lesley, I haven't really planted that much this year as I knew this move would happen - I have some tomatoes & courgettes at home - that's all. On the plot I planted peas & 1st earlies so I will loose those, but I am taking my over winter onions and garlic etc.
I am hoping to get another plot once I move, if not I will have to take over half the garden!! LOL