Sunshine Award

I am Honoured to be given this award Thankyou Susan Wilson at http://ripplespillers.com sorry it’s taken me a while to respond but that doesn’t mean it’s not greatfully appreciated.

This award comes with a few very simple guidelines:

  1. Post the award on your blog with a link back to the person who nominated you.
  2. Answer the 10 given questions below.
  3. Nominate and link to 10 fellow bloggers to pass along the honor.
  4. Don’t forget to comment on your honoree’s blogs to share the love!

And now to the questions…

1.Who is your favorite philosopher?

John Locke he felt that we are all born with a mind that is like a blank sheet of paper. As we go through life, we have experiences (all of which come by way of our five senses) and that everything we know or think of is a product of these experiences.

2. What is your favorite number?

Thirty three – don’t ask me why it’s just always the first number that comes to mind.

3. What is your favorite animal?

I love most animals but I’d have to say Cats are my absolute fav.

4. What are your Facebook and Twitter URLs?

FB – I have two pages https://www.facebook.com/knittinggalore for my knitting (logical really I know) and https://www.facebook.com/LilyLoveInTheLanguageOfYarn my knitting charity

Twitter – @DianneJones4

5. What is your favorite time of day?

Early morning, when all’s I do some of my best thinking at this time of day with a cup of coffee.

6. What is your favorite vacation?

I live in Turkey – came on holiday and never went home so I guess I’m on a permanent vacation :)

7. What is your favorite physical activity?

Walking, I walk along the seashore every morning

8. What’s your favorite non-alcoholic drink?

Pomegranate juice.

9. What’s your favorite flower?

I love Yellow roses.

10. What is your passion?

Knitting and Photography I’ve always got my camera with me, also blogging and making friends

 

And now… in the Olympic spirit I will pass the Baton To The 10 Bloggers On Whom I Bestow The Sunshine Award

 

Elena http://mselenalevontraveling.com

Michael Liahttp://retireediary.wordpress.com

Metin Guzel http://turkischland.wordpress.com

Dena Hamilton http://theblogthatfaithbuilt.com

Pause http://rodposse.com/

Eva http://wheresmytbackandotherstories.wordpress.com

PeggyLee Hanson http://www.inspiration4encouragement2supportu.com

Katrina http://katrinaatkatsplace.blogspot.com.au/

Skinnywench http://suellewellyn2011.wordpress.com/

Paula http://stuffitellmysister.me

 

‘Thoughful Thursday’ Purple Stitch Project (PSP)




Purple Stitch Project (PSP) is a web-based charitable organization to benefit babies, children and teens with epilepsy. The 1st goal of this initiative is a call to action for people who knit, crochet, or sew to make purple (the epilepsy awareness color) gifts for kids with seizure disorders. These gifts will serve as a reminder that they are not alone — that they have community support. To do this, Purple Stitch Project has teamed up with Craftsy to be able to offer free patterns and project ideas for volunteers to work from. (Check out the pattern database here. If you’re a designer who’d like to donate a pattern, go here.)

The 2nd goal of PSP is to raise awareness about epilepsy, the 3rd most prevalent neurological disorder (next to stroke and Alzheimer’s). With every purple stitch made and every handmade item worn or carried, perhaps a collective conversation will begin about a disorder that surprisingly little is known about. It’s the PSP vision that one day, thousands of people will walk at the Nation Walk for Epilepsy wearing purple scarves and beanies.
Lastly, Purple Stitch Project, Inc is currently in the application process of becoming a 501(3)c charity to achieve its 3rd goal: raising money towards research grants and support programs initiated through the Epilepsy Foundation of America and the Epilepsy Foundation of Central & South Texas (of which PSP founder, Vickie Howell, has a seat on the board.)
Use your knitting, crocheting, or sewing skills to put a smile on a kid with epilepsy’s face. Join the Purple Stitch Project initiative today!