One of my two good friends Kitchen Flavors and Srilekha has passed "Wylde Woman Award" to me. Am very happy and honored to receive this award from both of you, and thanks a ton kitchen flavors and srilekha.
The rules of this award are:
1.You can give it to one or one hundred or any number in between - it's up to you. Make sure you link to their site in your post.
2. Link back to this blog site Tammy can go visit all these wonderful men and women.
Purpose of the Award
To send love and acknowledgment to men and women, who brighten your day, teach you new things and live their lives fully with generosity and joy. It's been a blessing and an inspiration to meet all of you through your wonderful blogs.
And I would love to pass this award to all my blogger friends who visit my blog regularly and give me encouraging and inspiring sweet comments ........
Purva of Purva's Dawat has tagged me with '7 Facts about me' :-)
(a) List these rules on your blog.
(b) Share 7 facts about yourself on your blog.
(c) Tag 7 people at the end of your post by leaving their names as well as links to their blogs.
Here we go......
7 Facts about me...
Work: I worked in MSBTE (Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education) in Mumbai as Project Assisstant after my Masters for almost 2 years.
Education: M.C.A. (Master of Computer Applications) from Aurangabad University.
Relationship: I share a wonderful, loving relationship with my Hubby whom I love the most , my daughter,my parents ,My in-laws.
Internet (WWW) - I was glued to World Wide Web in year 1998 and is still glued to it!!!
Fitness: Love Long walks......
Dreams: I don't dream much. Because my policy is to "take the life as it comes".
Now for another tag- Easy Crafts tagged me for a meme :))
The rules of the MeMe are the following:
Pick up the nearest book
Open to page 123
Find the 5th sentence
Post the next three sentences
Tag 5 people and acknowledge the person who tagged you.
Well, the book is Oracle 9i PL/SQL programming.
The lines are
A case statement can optionally be labeled,like a PL/SQL block.We will see later in this chapter that loops can be labeled in a similar manner.If a case statement is labeled, then the label can also appear after the End clause.