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Posted by Claudia Moser on 8:11 PM in
My latest award, Liebster Blog ...

I am supposed to announce the 5 blog to whom I forward this award and I had to do some thinking, it is so hard for me to pick only 5 ...

Anyway here we go:

Michelle at the Hot Pink Combat Boots, because she is like me a foreigner in Germany and tries to see life with a smile on her face. Take a visit and I assure you, a smile will appear on your face as well :)

Celeste from Notes from middle Germany, again a lady who finds my adoptive country as fascinating as I do! All her posts are worth reading!

Laura from A simple happy life has a simple life but seen with a humour!

Sush from First do not harm, is a true lady, always leaving me a positive feedback. Her posts are so calm and reassuring, great reads!

Jenni from Everyday rambling is a cute 'blogging face', great posts, always so positive!

Just realised that I picked 5 ladies, without intention I reassure you. But they all make my days brighter and I hope you will find their posts as interesting as I do!

Sarah, once more thank you!

The rules reminder:

The Liebster Award is meant to connect us even more and spotlight new bloggers who have less than 200 followers (yeah, my 100th milestone is reached!) – but hopefully not for long. The rules are:

1.Show your thanks to the blogger who gave you the award by linking back to them.
2.Reveal your top 5 picks and let them know by leaving a comment on their blog.
3.Post the award on your blog.
4.Bask in the love from the most supportive people on the Internet – other writers.
5.And best of all – have fun and spread the karma!

The end belongs to a great Swedish proverb:

“Fear less, hope more; Eat less, chew more; Whine less, breathe more; Talk less, say more; Love more, and all good things will be yours”



Oooh goodie, more blogs to check out :)

@Sarah - all worth reading :)

That's a good Swedish proverb there my friend. I think I congratulated you on the award yesterday, but, if not, congrats! Well done also to all those other Nominees. Have a great weekend Claudia.

@Diane - thank you, we both appreciate a good quote and lately since I do search more I tend to find some very good ones!

OH CLAUDIA!!! Thank you so much! I am truly touched that you listed me !It really means so much to me. I am also glad to hear that you say I am positive...sometimes i feel like a downer so thank you for that! I also love the quote and im gonna have to steal it for a FB status. I hope you dont mind :)

Claudia, thank you so much! I'm so thrilled that you like my blog enough to award it and share with others! Thank you so much!
And I can't wait to check out the others!!

Dear Claudia...I just saw the comment on my blog and headed over right away! Thank you for including me in such a wonderful award and I'm so eager to meet my fellow awardees! (Is that a word)? I like you will have to ponder this a while but I am so thrilled you think my blog is worthy of sharing. Congrats on your 101 members...we are all blessed when you have a new posting for us. Your latest haiku is one to dwell on for a while.

Hugs and thanks so much dear friend~

@Jenni - please do, it is a nice quote indeed :) Happy that you liked it!
@Laura - you deserve it 100% :)
@Sush - well I guess awardees fits :) Hugs back :)

Hi Claudia!!

Thank you for this amazing award - how sweet and thoughtful of you. PLUS - I've already gained two new followers by this posting. You're awesome. I'll repost it next weekend when I'm in London.

Choos! (aka Tschuus) did I spell it right?

@Michelle - Tschüss :) But I got it! And you're welcome!

As if I didn't spend enough time reading blogs...now I have more! YAY!

@Alison - always ready to please :)))

Claudia, I'm sorry for being so tardy about thanking you. I am honoured, and I will proudly post your badge on my blog.

@Celeste - no worry :) glad you found it!

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