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The Heartfelt Blogger Award

I have been awarded the 'Heartfelt Blogger Award' by Rachel Pattison of Really Rachel for my other blog 'Out of Ireland, into India' over here.  Rachel is a freelance writer and she blogs about her life with her young children.  Her company,ThoughtTrains.co.uk, is a writing service for anyone who is lost for words.  Her blog is a great read for mothers of young children.




The conditions for this award are as follows-
  • Display the logo.
  • Nominate some blogs that make you feel comfy or warm inside.
  • Link to your nominees.
  • Let them know they have been nominated by commenting.
  • Link to the person from whom you received the award.
So I pass this on to-

  1. Elizabeth Harper for 'Gifts of the Journey'
  2. Kelly for 'A Place of my Own'
  3. Anna Scott Graham for 'Non Fiction Chronicles of a Fiction Filled Life'
  4. Vandana for 'Our Boy Wonder'
  5. Charmine for 'My Favorites'
  6. Ayak for 'Turkish Delight'
Hope you like the award.  

Comments

  1. OMG.. Congratulations on the award.

    How have you been lately? :)

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  2. Congratulations..very well deserved and I am honoured that you have passed it on to me...thankyou xxx

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  3. Oh ta love! I surely feel the same about your blog... :)))

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  4. Let me add my congratulations to the others, I always enjoy reading your posts. You do such a wonderful job in the telling that sometimes I think I can actually see the layout of your home and the streets around you.

    Thanks too for kindly passing the award on to me. I'm not very good with passing awards on myself, but I do so appreciate your thinking of me.

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  5. Well deserved! Thanks for passing it on :)

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  6. Gaelikaa,thank you so much for thinking of me.I love reading whatever you write....keep writing your gifted.

    btw I've stopped accepting awards a long time ago, They take up so much time,but I'll put this one up,thanks again.

    Have a nice day.

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  7. Gaelikaa..
    thanks for the award ..I love to read about your potrayal of Indian life as you understand it ..

    And on a off note ..i read ur post related to cooking and how ur masala/haldi is not cooked properly ..its best to add haldi/masala after at the time u put ur vegetable ,so start off with oil heat it add jeera ,onion,tomato(if u add it) fry them then vegetable,haldi,corrinder powder and any other masala u like ..

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  8. Congratulations on another well deserved award!

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