These are the last few days to vote for MyBrownBaby in the Black Weblog Awards! I’m up in two categories: Best Parenting and Family Blog, and Best Blog Design, and I need you to do me a solid: Swing on over to the Black Weblog Awards and vote for your girl; your vote will go toward bringing a huge and prestigious honor to MyBrownBaby an honor for which I will be most grateful. All you have to do is CLICK HERE to vote, give your name and email addy, and vote for MyBrownBaby in the “Best Blog Design” category and the “Best Parenting and Family Blog” category. PLEASE be sure to validate your vote by clicking on the confirmation link that’ll be sent to your email addy; your vote will not be counted if you don’t validate and you can only vote once. I thank you in advance for your support.
You can vote through August 31, 2009, but I would really appreciate it if you just clicked on over and voted today. Like right now. While it’s on your mind.
But wait there’s more!
These are also the final days you’ll be able to vote to make my sister-in-law Angelou, founder of the environmental non-profit Greening Youth Foundation, a Cox Conserves Hero. If she wins, she’ll get a $5,000 grant that she’ll use to expand Greening Youth’s programming, which already touches the lives of a diverse crowd of elementary school-aged kids who participate in her in-class projects, school-wide recycling programs, and after-school environmental club. That’s to say that Angelou wouldn’t be the only winner here children all across Georgia would gain from her honor.
Do Angelou and me a solid: Vote for her at www.CoxConservesHeroes.com.
You can vote through August 31, 2009. But I’d appreciate it if you just went on ahead and hooked a sistah up right now while it’s on your mind. CLICK HERE TO MAKE ANGELOU A NATIONAL HERO!
Thank you for all you do to support MyBrownBaby! Next week, look for the blow-by-blow on my visit to the General Mills headquarters and the Betty Crocker Kitchens. (Here’s a little nugget to hold you over until Monday: The PRESIDENT of General Mills’ snack division AND the manager of the prestigious Betty Crocker Kitchens are both sistahs way to go with the diversity, General Mills… we see you!)
Have a fantastic weekend!