Wednesday, June 3, 2009

It Would Be a Pure & Utter Shame If I Failed to Mention...

A Jogger's Life-I've been following Elisabeth along on her blogging journey since I first started mine and she was back on her old blog writing about culture clash cooking and a failed attempt at pierogi's. Being that I'm a runner and Polish this of course intrigued me. But since that time, she's moved on to bigger and better things and is now blogging about the likes of Rutabaga Fries, the funniness of Fartleks (good one to read if you'd like some running terminology explained by the way), and exposed Greek Honey Nut Spread for what it is despite how misleading it's clever packagers may have been in attempting to distract it's purchaser from the actual product (no offense to the makers of GHNS, nor to anyone who might enjoy said product, I have never tasted it and am simple taking Elisabeth's word on it here, but still...I'm thinking it's not worth the calories when there are much more chocolatey things I can ruin my daily diet with). This one most certainly falls into the category of best funny running blogs.

So how is it that I missed this little gem last night? Delirium. I can only describe it as sheer and utter delirium from hours and hours of staring at my computer screen and having to re-write after one foul swoop of the keys took out almost my whole post (why is there no back button on the Blogger compose text box for Pete's Sake?) So it was sheer and utter delirium that caused me to accidently leave off one of the very first blogs I began following on the awards list last night. And while officially, I have reached my limit of One Lovely Blog Awards to hand out, unofficially (but yet still in my capacity as RunMom) I am giving her my own award. Which I will be calling the This Blog Freakin' Rocks Award. So here's to you Elisabeth and your gnarly blog...




P.S. That is actually 14 karat hand crafted gold modeled in precisely your image on a base made of marble granite in case you were wondering... I spare no expense.

2 comments:

Jogger said...

Thank you, thank you. My first bloggie award from my first reader. =) How appropo...

I'm impressed that you have somehow managed to exactly duplicate my goddess-like figure in that statue. Impressive...very, very impressive.

Nitmos said...

Viewing that trophy, you can see how the trohpy industry has standardized everything for their profitability. Just put a ball in the right hand and - viola! - you have a bowling trophy. Or a softball trohpy.