A special award

Posted by Claudia Moser on 1:19 PM in
Jenny is my number one follower (according to my stats report) and she always has time to drop by and leave a supportive comment. Now she crafted a very stylish, glam award called Classy Blogger, which I am proud to share with you. I am so happy, somehow I feel like my contribution to the blow world is increasing, it gets some meaning, I am truly grateful.

Do visit her website, she does have her own style, very pleasant and addictive :)

My week started well! And 2 more days then holiday. What can I want more?

P.S. I do wonder how Jenny knew that I am addicted to shoes ... hm ... food for thought this one :)



congrats on you award!!

Congrats and love that shoe!

Congratulations on your Award - isn't it gorgeous, and I just love that shoe!

Thank you my friends, it is a very classy award :)


I'm glad you like the Award!
I'm addicted to shoes myself so I just naturally assume every other woman on the planet is too! (probably a bad assumption - but it can't be helped)

I also love men's shoes (the beautiful European ones) and I enjoy seeing a man in a gorgeous pair - I think the saying "shoes make the man" is correct!

Thank you for the lovely sentiments about my site. You are very sweet!

Cheers, Jenny

A well deserved award for you, my friend! :)

@Jenny - no only sweet but honest :) Thanks once more!

@Becky - thank you!

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