Sunshine Awards


The “Sunshine Award” is awarded to bloggers who “light up the dark corners of our minds” and “positively and creatively inspire others in the blogoshphere”

Many thanks to Agata’s Arts Corner for nominating me for this award. It really did cheer me up  especially as my health has not been the best. So I am delighted for the opportunity to nominate other bloggers who richly deserve this award for making me smile.

Here is what is asked upon receiving this award:

1. Thank the person who gave you this award in one of your blog posts.
2. Fill out the Question & Answers below.
3. Choose up to 12 bloggers to pass this award on to.

The Questions:

What is your favorite color?  Black

What is your favorite number?  0

What is your favorite non-alcoholic drink? Tea

What is your favorite alcoholic drink?  None

Facebook or Twitter? Facebook.  McsIrish Art -Check it out!

What is your passion? Art

Do you prefer giving or receiving gifts? Equal

Buffalo Tom Peabody at

Eight Legged Gemini at

Elephant at

Hello Fig at

Hobo Hippie at

Iarxiv at

 Jon Petruschke at

Net Dog at

Off the Wall at

Stuff I Find at

The Ptero Card at

White Rabbit’s Gallery at

About mcsirishart

Hi, Thanks for looking me up.Hope you like my work. I am an amateur artist, aspiring to professional. Please feel welcome to browse at any of the links below.
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8 Responses to Sunshine Awards

  1. Brenda says:

    Fabulous! You deserve a lot of sunshine. 🙂

  2. juliasarahelizabeth says:


  3. iarxiv says:

    Congrats to you, well deserved! 🙂
    And thank you for the nomination, you’re very kind 🙂

  4. darsword says:

    Congratulations! You deserve it! 🙂

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