In doing a little bit of research on this award, I found that it was created only last month. Cellobella of the RedSultana blog writes:
The Community Blog Award celebrates people who reach out and makes the blogger community a better one. I couldn’t find an existing award so I made it up myself, mainly so I could acknowledge the inaugural winner of the award.She maintains a growing blogroll of all those who’ve received the award if you want to follow the spread of it around the blogosphere.
As I’ve mentioned occasionally here, I really like problem-solving. This means that anytime I am reading blogs, my mind is constantly sifting through the writing to find tips and tricks. This may be something as small as, “Can I gel my marmalade without buying pectin?” to issues as large as, “How will we survive when we can’t afford to gas up our vehicle?”
Many minds working on the problems facing us today can come up with better and more diverse solutions than just one mind. This aspect of the blogger community is very helpful and a compelling reason to participate. Many bloggers are very generous in sharing their experiences and solutions, as well as in encouraging ongoing discussion in their comments. I’m happy to be a positive force in this community and thank Myshell for her recognition of my efforts.
One of the best community building blogs I read is Crunchy Chicken. She challenges everyone to kick their greening efforts up a notch with all of her challenges. She is consistently positive, even in the face of personal crises, and encouraging to others. And she fearlessly takes on topics that make many a blogger blush. So, Pollo Crujiente, consider yourself awarded.