Polly Kimmitt of the Pollyblog
Georgia Tim of My Georgia Roots
Frances Elizabeth Schwab of Fantastic Electrisoil
Joan Miller of Luxegen Genealogy
Update: This award was given to Long Lost Relatives from Janeen at They Came in Ships on March 21.
Update: This award was given to Long Lost Relatives from Marian Burk Wood of Climbing My Family Tree on March 23.
Update: This award was given to Long Lost Relatives from Susan D of Family History Fun.
My thanks to these fellow bloggers for the recognition. It's always nice to know that someone besides me is reading what I'm writing.
The rules of acceptance for this award are:
1. Accept the award, post it on your blog together with the name of the person who granted the award and their blog link.
2. Pass the award on to 15 other blogs that you’ve newly discovered or just love so much.
3. Remember to contact the bloggers to let them know they have been chosen for this award.
I wondered how on earth I was going to narrow this down to 15 blogs to pass this award on to. Because of the name of the award, Lovely Blog, I've decided to pay it forward to the blogs that, in my opinion, are lovely. That means that I've been impressed with the graphic design and layout of their blog, a creative header or background image, as well as providing interesting content.
So many of us subscribe to the blogs by email or RSS feeds that I wanted to recognize the blogs that make it a visual treat to visit their site directly. My selections are:Above the Trees - Renee
Adventures in Genealogy - Deb Ruth
Adventures in Grave Hunting - Lisa Burks
Amanda's Anthenaeum - Amanda Perrine
Family Stories - Caroline Pointer
Family Tree Writer - Sherry Stocking Kline
Finding Josephine - Dionne Ford
Footnote Maven - Footnote Maven
Kindred Footprints - Sharon
Letters from World War II -
A Light That Shines Again - Lisa/Smallest Leaf
Memoir Mentor - Dawn
Nolichucky Roots - Susan
Sassy Jane Genealogy - Sassy Jane
It is up to the individual recipients whether or not they choose to post the award. Folks are busy and I completely understand if recipients choose not to participate.