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Almost--- Sigh.

Alas! I was actually nominated but whoever submitted the nomination did not include a category so my blog cannot be considered for an award. Oh well. We'll try again next year. In any case, there are lots of really great blogs that are eligible for awards so go take a look.

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Sarah said…
OH NO!!! *blushing* What is it that makes me leave this comment, Catholic Mom, when I suspect I may have been the evil nominator of huge ignorance? EEK! You're the best in MY world. Next year, I will be more diligent!!! :) {{hugs}} in recompense...
ukok said…
You're in good company...many great catholic blogs I have frequented for years also did not make the list, but that's okay, there's still something to be said for accepting the lower place graceously, IMHO

:-)
Catholic Mom said…
Sarah, No apologies needed. Of course I will always take a hug. I was just thrilled to have anyone notice! God Bless!

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