Friday, July 28, 2006

Its in the Mail


I had a lovely surprise in the mail today! I opened up a large stiffened envelope to find this big shiny award certificate. It was a lovely gesture of recognition.

I thought I'd blog it before put it away in my file. Its refreshing to receive a such a token, to know my ExplorAnauts for the Travel Buddies program have been appreciated. It reminds me that little gestures can go a long way to brighten peoples lives.


13 comments:

Merlyn Gabriel said...

YIPPIE!!!! CONGRATULATIONS!

always nice when people say thank you in some way.

hugs!!!

Jean-Luc Picard said...

Congratulations, Florence! Well done on achieving that recognition. You thoroughly deserve it.

Florence said...

Thanks guys, Its kind of funny though, its just like being back at school, still it was shiny**:D

But mainly, I'm pleased to have been able to contribute to education in some way.

Merlyn Gabriel said...

in the words of the gamer l337 kidz
You a teh R0xx0rz...

*giggle*

seriously, it's a great thing you do. Anything that encourages kids / adults to read, go to libraries and explore the world around them is an awesome thing. If you are a part of that encouragement then you add to the magic!
so way to go!

Yo Tambien Te Mando Besos said...

Hi Florence!

Here from Michele's. I like your site a lot! You make toys, how wonderful.

Tara said...

kxqCongrats!
Here from Micheles.

Jean-Luc Picard said...

We'd all like to be able to contribute a little.

Liana said...

It is very pretty. Nice one!

What are those images on the side?

Professor Xavier said...

Queensland? You made that name up.

Florence said...
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Florence said...

Besos and Tara, thanks for dropping by:)

Merly & JL, :D

Lani, micro circuits, hands, musical notes, cds, a globe - all in Jazzy, way out colours, lol

Professor, Giday from Queensland the Sunshine state, Australia. Pop by any time:)

Professor Xavier said...

I'm always up for some shrimp on the barbie!

Florence said...

Professor, did you know that no one in OZ says shrimp, that's a yank word. We say prawn, and I've never had one on a barbie. Funny hey:)