Thursday, June 25, 2009



I received The Bow Award from Lucy@

What is left of a whole new life

I am married, had 5 children. 4 boys and 1 girl. Oldest is deceased. 9 grandkids,10 great grandkids.I love hearing from people, and have made some true friends on the blog, (I think) I hope. We have a fat beagle named Spunky 5 years old and spoiled rotten, but we are huge dog lovers.

http://whatlifeisabout-lucy.blogspot.com/

Lucy's blog is well worth a visit.


The Bow Award for Outstanding blogs, blogs that inform the mind and expand the horizons.

Please pass to as many other blogs as you like.
Post and mention who gave you the award with their url.
Then go to each blog you pick and ask them to come by your blog and pick up their award.

Marie@
Nourish: Living, Laughing, Winning.
I am just like you - on the journey, coping with Multiple Sclerosis, putting one foot in front of the other and trying to find the best way possible to do so, with a little help from my friends.
http://nourishourselves.blogspot.com/


Cathy@
Navigating the Journey of MS
My life with Multiple Sclerosis and Tysabri
http://navigatingthejourneyofms.blogspot.com/


Amy@
MS~LOL: Multiple Sclerosis a Life Of Learning.
http://mslol.wordpress.com/


Deb@
Living-With-MS
Living with multiple sclerosis is like a box of chocolate. You never know how it will affect you the next minute, hour, or day. I refuse to let MS control my life...what about YOU.

http://living-with-ms.blogspot.com/


Julie@
Maybe I'm Just Lazy: One Woman's Journey Through MS and Life
In September '07, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. In an effort to maintain my sense of humor while integrating this new reality into my life, I started this blog, which has become my public journal, an opinion column, and a rough draft for my book. MS prompted this project but it's also about life in general. My life, that is. I welcome comments--even the negative ones. They make me think. (Although I think more of those with names attached.)
http://lazyjulie.blogspot.com/


Me@
MS.
I found it! This has been a guiding principle for me since I read it: "It's what gurus call higher consciousness. Biologists call it altered states. Psychologists call it super-sentience."..."And Christians call it answered prayer. Sometimes, divine revelation simply means adjusting your brain to hear what your heart already knows." --Dan Brown 'Angels & Demons'
http://txphoenix.blogspot.com/

Hope you all visit these excellent blogs.

3 comments:

Celeste Maia said...

Congratulations on the well deserved "bow award"! I have put all the addresses you posted on my list of favorites. It will be a pleasure to visit them.
Your life is full, of happiness and unhappiness. Like so many lives. Hang in there my friend! Hugs from Spain, Celeste

Herrad said...

Hi Celeste Maia,

How lovely to get your comment.

Hope you are having a good day today.

Hugs from Amsterdam.
Love,
Herrad

Rain said...

Hi Herrad! Just wanted to say hello, or good night I guess, lol! I'm still chugging along here, climbed the mountain today, that was brutal, I'll post photo's tomorrow! Hope all is well with you! Give a hug and kiss to Marlene and Spike for me! And I'll leave Richie for you, lol!!!
Talk to you tomorrow!!!
xxx