Monday, May 5, 2008

Blogging With A Purpose Award

I am so excited! Elle over at Elle's New England Kitchen has awarded me with such an honor, the Blogging With A Purpose Award! I started blogging for Celiac Disease because I wanted to be a part of a community where we all support and encourage each other. Most of the time, I feel like I take so much support and maybe don't give out a fair share in return. This truly means a lot, and I feel so flattered. Thank you so much Elle!

The rules of the award are this:
1)Pick 5 blogs that you consider deserve this award with their creativity, design, interesting material, and also contribute to the blogger community, no matter what language.

2) Each award has to have the name of the author and also a link to his or her blog to be visited by everyone.

3) Each award-winner has to show the award and put the name and link to the blog that has given her or him the award itself.

4) Post the rules.

I have chosen the following 5 blogs for the award:

1. Melissa at Gluten Free For Good. She is so inspirational, smart and 'snarky' at the same time!

2. Kate at Gluten Free Gobsmacked. We seem to be in very similar life situations, and she never ceases to make me smile.

3.The Good Eatah because she was the first to welcome me into the GF blogging community.

4. Gluten Free Steve for similar reasons; he is in my home town, and I feel he has welcomed me and helped me feel like a real part of the community.

5. Karina, the Gluten Free Goddess. Let's be she not the first GF blog we all came across? She is truly inspirational and witty. She really does 'blog with a purpose'.

Thanks to all of these talented and great people for making life for all of us more bearable and even fun!


Karina said...

Thank you, Tiffany! I am honored you thought of me. Congrats to you!

Kate said...

Tiffany -
This is so sweet of you. I am really touched! Thank you. :)

I love your blog and am a happy subscriber to your every word, babe. :) Keep up the awesome posts.


glutenfreeforgood said...

Snarky? Moi? Must have been the asparagus or the omega 3 post that gave away my snarkiness. I figure if you're going to be dealing with celiac disease, you might as well have a sense of humor and a bit of an attitude. :-)

Tiffany -- thank you! Wow, what a nice surprise and I appreciate it SO much! Seriously!

Yes, this little subculture of "people helping people" is wonderful, isn't it? I'm glad you've become part of it. Now I just wish you'd hurry up and open your GF bakery!


Sheltie Girl said...

Congratulations on winning the award!

Sheltie Girl @ Gluten a Go Go

Gluten Free Steve said...

Wow, thanks for picking me! I'm off to do my posting and award it to five others!

Stewart Family said...

Congrats on your award Tiff. Maybe if I were Gluten Free too, you would give me an award. Oh well. Alright, I'm off to eat some bread. Again, congratulations, I think your award is super cool!!!!

Tiffany said...

Yeah, thanks go eat your bread. :) lol

Stewart Family said...

Good job, Tiffany. I couldn't be happier for you. You deserve all the recognition for your outstanding work. Your "favorite" Mom.

Eden Sharpe said...

Hi all,
I'm just discovering your blogs and as a GF mommy with 2 GF kiddies, I'm very excited to try your new recipes.

If you all read this Late post, please add a RSS feed to your blogs so that they can be collected and read in one place.

Ladies and Gentleman, you rock!!

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