Blog Award? Who me?!?

Imagine my delight and shock when I read the post on my friend Kim’s blog at Gluten Free Is Life where she presented me with this award!


Here are the rules:

This award is bestowed upon blogs that are exceedingly charming.
These kind bloggers aim to find and be friends.
They are not interested in self-aggrandizement.
Our hope is that when the ribbons of these prizes are cut, even more friendships are propagated.
Please give more attention to these writers.
Deliver this award to six bloggers who must choose six more and include this cleverly written text into the body of their award.
I will pass this award to some of my bloggy friends that I find exceedingly charming…

Now I get to share the fun with six more! (It’s like a chain letter-but this is actually fun!)

Heidi at Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom. Heidi had me laughing at my computer with her story of the brussel sprout adventure. Definitely check her out. I’m a firm beliver that humor makes everything just a little better-and Heidi delivers.

Cara at Cara’s Cravings. Cara is a gal after my own heart who likes lifting heavy stuff in the gym. She is also a kick butt cook and creates healthier versions of favorites, which I am all for. And we both like cottage cheese-what else needs to be said?

JC at JCD Fitness. Now-JC is neither female, nor celiac-and I have doubts that he will pass along the love with the blog awards (I know you’re a good guy JC but I can’t see you putting all this love out there-although it would be bro-love.) JC has some fabulous, no nonsense training and nutrition info-and some of it he has geared specifically for the ladies, never fear.

Leigh at Leigh! Leigh also is very no BS, and has a lot of good info. She did the video which I used in the Calories Count Part 2 post. She blogs about music and mindset as well as diet and training.

Peter at No Gluten, No Problem. Peter was profiled as a Gluten Free Athlete here as well. He has started a guide to gluten free small towns which I love, and am adding places to my “places to see before you die” list. He and his wife also have published a very cool cookbook called Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking: More than 250 Great-tasting, From-scratch Recipes from Around the World, Perfect for Every Meal and for Anyone on a Gluten-free Diet–and Even Those Who Aren’t.

Amy at Simply Sugar and Gluten Free. As you can imagine, I’m always on the lookout for flavorful and healthy recipes-and Amy delivers. There’s A LOT of recipe options over there. She must cook all day long :)

Thanks to all of you for the wonderful content you provide. I enjoy reading them-while I’m on the treadmill of course! (Yup-Seriously. Thanks to this little invention that I can’t believe I didn’t come up with.)

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(I use the Surfshelf on my treadmill-most of the time I catch up on my blogs-occasionally I watch hulu. I admit it.)

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  1. Thank you so very much!! I didn’t even know you read my blog. I don’t cook all day…I’d love it if I could. Most of it goes into the freezer. It means so much to know that I’m helping someone. I would love to have a SurfShelf to take on walks with my dogs…but I don’t think it would work out. :)

  2. Erin says:

    Yes, I think that would be difficult! It comes in handy for me because I walk before the crack of dawn. Darkness=indoor walking for the most part. I think my dog would be highly annoyed if I did anything on our walks other than help her look for squirrels!

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