24 August 2008

Cool Blog Award



Murcielago over at The Waxing Goddess has nominated me for a blog award. Too cool, never been nominated for any blogging award before.

The rules are:

1. The winner can put the logo on her/his blog
2. Link the person you received the award from
3. Nominate at least 7 other blogs
4. Put links of those blogs on yours
5. Leave a message on the blogs nominated

And here are my seven nominations in no particular order:

1. Aquila ka Hecate, a science-minded pagan from South Africa

2. Beyond the Fields We Know, gorgeous photography, poetry and earthy thoughts from a Canadian devotee of the Old Wild Mother

3. Moonroot, Paganism, Permaculture and Poultrykeeping on a Welsh hillside

4. The Gods are Bored, Praise and Worship Suggestions for those longing to be Left Behind from the Northeast of the U.S.A.

5. Pandora's Bazaar, Santeria and Wicca from a Cuban-American living in Miami, Florida

6. Plant Journeys, herbal healing from New England

7. The Expulsion of the Blatant Beast, languages, literature and history from a pagan medievalist from England

It was incredibly hard to narrow it down to only seven as there are so, so many great blogs out there.

9 comments:

Bo said...

Thanks!!

Aquila ka Hecate said...

Jeez, thanks Livia!
Although my (now mercifully mostly deceased) family probably wouldn't agree with your summation of 'science-minded'.
They'd go for 'total raving looney who's completely lost it', I think.
I'll have to round up seven blogs, then.
Love,
Terri in Joburg

Anne Johnson said...

Thank you very much! You made many bored gods and goddesses very happy!

Livia Indica said...

You're all very welcome and deserving of an award.

KerrdeLune said...

Oh my, thank you, thank you, thank you. This is an honor and a great honor.

Yarrow said...

Great blog! I really enjoyed it, found you through Plant Journeys. I will be back. Blessings.

Livia Indica said...

Kerrdelune, you're very welcome!

Yarrow, thanks!

genexs said...

Heh, and you just got nominated again!

Livia Indica said...

Groovy!