Thursday, November 13, 2008

Premio Dardos!

I would like to take this time to thank Anita Moore over at V for Victory Blog for this award. It's quite a hoot to hear from people who get a kick out of these cartoons.

Of course, the reception of such a prestigious award comes with certain responsibilities:

The rules:

1) Accept the award, post it on your blog together with the name of the person that has granted the award and his or her blog link.

2) Pass the award to other 15 blogs that are worthy of this acknowledgment.

3) Remember to contact each of them to let them know they have been chosen for this award.

I don't know that I follow 15 blogs, especially at this time of year, as I'm kept hopping with my Christmas Card company, but I would like to present this award to the following:

The Crescat -
The ol' Carolina Cannonball - she's just too much!

Fallible Blogma -
Matthew Warner has some interesting insight and some good discussion, too!

Teen Catholic Girl -
Who proves that not all teenagers are dopes! And she has nice background music!

A Thorn in the Pew -
She's always a good read. Plus she likes my cartoons, so she can't be all bad...

Paramedic Golden Girl -
I don't know if she's a paramedic, or if she's golden, but I'll take her word for it, because her blog is good reading!

A Traditional Catholic -
Marilena - she's good people!

Roman Catholic Blog -
Good news and insight thereon...


Carolina Cannonball said...

Thanks for the honor. What exactly is that an image of?

Paul Nichols said...

Beats me - someone awarded to me, so I don't know. Probably some communist implantation device to shut down our blogs...hehe

Matthew Warner said...

Wow, i never thought this was possible! But, first I want to thank the Big Guy upstairs for this award. And I want to thank my family that was there throughout this entire thing - you guys are the best. Of course, Paul Nichols at CartoonCatholic for making this possible. And...I know I'm forgetting somebody...oh yes, my agent, Jerry - my ambassador of kwan (or something like that)!

Haha, seriously though, Paul - great work here and I appreciate the recognition!