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The Versatile Blogger Award

I am so excited to announce that Healthy Mom for Junk Food Kids has been awarded the Versatile Blog Award by The Antics of An Autism Mom.  I was so surprised when Jen sent me the message.  If you get a chance please visit Jen's site The Antics of An Autism Mom. I'd like to say thank you to to Jen for giving me this award.  I feel honored that my work is being recognized.  Thank you so much!

Recipients of this award are asked to:
  1. Thank the person that nominated their blog for the award with a backlink to them.
  2. List 7 things about themselves.
  3. Award 15 newly discovered blogs with the award and notify them of the award.
So here we go 7 things about me......

  1. I love to cook as everyone knows but I hate the cleaning!!
  2. I love to garden, sometimes I get lost in time in my own yard!
  3. I would love to go to Italy and cook with local people.
  4. I love animals, I am a total sucker for puppies and their chicken noodle breath!
  5. I love to read and my friends always call me for that useless bit of info that is usually stuck in my head from all of my reading. 
  6. I love to fix and paint things! 
  7. I love to dig through cookbooks just to figure out ways to use one spice. 

Now for the 15 bloggers that I am giving The Versatile Blogger Award to:

cupcakes & cucumbersTime2EatYall

Have Sippy Will Travel   Ascending Butterfly

Alternative NameThe REAL Adventures of a SoCal Mom
GG2LifeScattered Musings of A Creative Mind Badge
Mommy of Two Little Monkeys

Thanks again Jen for the award!  Congratulations to all the bloggers that I am giving this award to.  I enjoy reading your blogs! 


  1. Congratulations on your award. Doesn't it feel wonderful to be acknowledged for your efforts? Dropping by from tattle tale blog hop by the way.

  2. Yah - thank you so much. I am honored! We're not even a month old and it's truly a great feeling to know that we are bringing enjoyment to ours by our blog :) Thanks! Let's work together real soon! I'm sure I can put a great signing twist to one of your recipes. I'm doing a great cute craft right now but would love to work on a recipe from one of your posts!

  3. Congrats on your award! Thanks for passing it along to me too. I appreciate it. :)

  4. Congratulations on winning, and thank you so much for nominating me! With everything I have been going through lately it means alot to me! Thank You!

    Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

  5. Thanks so much! I'll have to work on this tomorrow because I just took my meds and they make me super tired! I'm also going to check out your recommendations.

    1. I just realized that I really, really sound like a grandma just now!

  6. Thankyou so much for the reward! Congratulations on yours! I really appreciate it :)

  7. Thanks again! My post is up here:


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