Thank YOU for voting!

(Johnsen Landscapes & Pools)

Its Official! Serenity in the Garden came in as runner up for best new garden blog of 2010!

Pretty good for being in the blogging business for about 5 months....

and all because of you - thank you so much ...and now I will continue to post whatever garden item seems to be cool, weird, useful or down right loopy...

I like the loopy posts the best...


  1. Congrats on your placing in the contest. I prefer the loopy writing myself. There is already plenty of ranting and moaning out there in the garden blogosphere so a little humor or quirkiness is appreciated.

    Christine in Alaska

  2. Congrats!! I agree w/ Christine B - not a huge ranting fan myself :) All about the joys and fun of gardening, as there is already too much of that in the rest of the world.

  3. Congrats!!! This is great news! You deserve your win...well done!
    BTW - I like your loopy posts too!

  4. Congratulations, you deserve it.

  5. Congratulations! Your blog is definitely my favorite, especially the 'loopy' parts! I learn something new with each new post. Looking forward to many more...

  6. Loopy? Do you refer to your post on circles??

    Seriously, congratulations. And let me point out that I am among your followers under my Manx cat avatar & Google name.

  7. Thank you all so much!

    Your comments are the 'mother's milk' of blogging - I mean without you - there would be no blog...a mutual admiration society indeed.

    and 'loopy' wins the day!


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