Thursday, February 01, 2007

KC Loves His Parents and Rocks the Perfect Post

This month I nominate this post about his parents by Kevin Charnas as the Perfect Post.

I started reading Kevin by way of Jessica at Oh The Joys. At the time, he was modeling for us all of his potential Halloween costumes and I was hooked immediately. Kevin's wry and outrageous humor kept me coming back, but in between his hysterical storytelling he has woven some beautiful tributes to the people and ideas he is passionate about--and the post I nominated is one such example. Please take a few minutes to visit with Kevin and hear about the love he has for his parents. As a mom, I could only hope my sons would feel the same way about me some day.

The Perfect Post Awards
Each month the wonderful ladies over at Petroville and Suburban Turmoil host the Perfect Post awards. Bloggers are encouraged to nominate their favorite posts from the past month for such an award. Please go over to their sites to check out the other nominees for January.

7 Deserve Mamma's Love:

Kevin Charnas said...

Wow...thank you so much. Honestly, I'm truly flattered and thrilled that you thought of me. And what you wrote besides the nomination...Well, you've really made my day!

Thank you, Mamma... :)

Sincerely,
Kevin

karrie said...

Oh no. His site seems rather fabulous. I think I'll procrastinate there a bit this afternoon. 'Thanks' Mamma! ;)

Terri said...

I'm running right over to Kevin's place!

Attila The Mom said...

Kevin is the best! I adore him!

Jeff said...

commenting here since I cannot find an email to respond to... please feel free to delete this comment once it has been read...

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mist1 said...

Perfect post? That's too much pressure. I strive for mediocre at best. I usually don't disappoint myself...depending on the week and how many glasses of wine I've had.

Terri said...

Hey Mamma...
I used to live in Alexandria when I was a kid...
we loved Virginia!! It was my all time favorite place to live.