Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Awards for MS Blogs

I have received the Most Inspirational Blog Award from Stephany and Ana.

Their blogs are well worth visiting, both are inspirational blogs.

Soulful Sepulcher
I am on a journey. Take a walk with me. Life is short. So stand tall. "Always go too far, because that's where you'll find the truth."~Camus

Ana @Hella Heaven
A thing of beauty is a joy forever. John Keats

I also received an award from Kim, the I Think You Are An Awesome Girl Award.

Kim@stuff could always be worse
She has battled MS for 30 years and learned that things could always be worse.

Today I would like to pass these awards to some of the MS blogs I follow.

The Most Inspirational Blog and You Are An Awesome Girl Award go to:

Amelia@Tales of Life With Multiple Sclerosis

In 2002 I got the earth shattering news that I could possibly have Multiple Sclerosis. In 2003 that news was confirmed. I was 29 years old. I wanted to start this blog to go over the last few years of dealing with this illness and look forward to the future as it happens. If I can give hope to just one person, that life isn't over when you get life changing news, then this will have been worthwhile!


A little bit of this and a little bit of that. Family, friends, daily challenges, living with chronic illness and disability and more....


Living a life with MS. This is a place where I say what I want; I can criticize, be rude, and fart out loud if I need to. I can and will get pissed at my MS, but prefer to work along with him. Usually I am well-mannered and gracious and behave myself. So do come in and ride along with me.

Chekoala@ ... .... Wobbly teetering blogging
.. ... things you don't notice are much better to have working ... ... until the shoe is not on the other foot

Sherry@ Word Salads the Demyelination of Me

Cranky@Musings of A Cranky Caregiver
A Blog About the Random Stuff that Floats Through My Brain

Kimberly@ My Journey with Multiple Sclerosis
Every journey starts with a single step. My journey started "officially" in March 2006. Now, three years into my journey, I often find myself amazed at how this disease taught me a lot....about me. I find the hot air balloons a perfect representation of my journey, with all it's ups and downs....I still soar.

Mary@ Travelogue for the Universe
A rambling train of thoughts about the universe and our micro solar system consisting of our dear Sun and other planets in a magnetic dance while we hurtle through space on the face of a rock and stare at flat screens where we attempt to connect while we detach.

Carole@ Carole's MS blog
The MS Roller Coaster. A ride that never ends.

Nadja@ Living! with MS
This is a tale about one woman "living" with MS.

Tara@ | Living Day to Day with Multiple Sclerosis
Living with Multiple Sclerosis is a daily battle. MS is the invisible disease or at least for most people. We fight many emotional and physical symptoms all the time. We need as much support as we can get. However due to the invisible symptoms we tend to not get a lot of support and that brings on more emotional stress which in return brings on more MS symptoms. A Vicious cycle.

Erin@ The Lemon~Aid Stand
“When Life Gives You Lemons, Squirt Juice In Your Enemy's Eyes"~~Happy Bunny~~

Libby@ thoughts...usually with attitude...

Diane@ A Stellarlife
Living a life with Multiple Sclerosis and all the rest. This blog will include my views on current events, disability issues, entertainment and silliness, politics, health issues, and I am sure to offend some; but the celebration of diversity is my main goal.

Debra@ 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.


Living Day to Day with Multiple Sclerosis said...

Thank You so much Herrad and congratulations to you. You are a very inspirational blogger. I always love reading your blogs because it helps give me inspiration dealing with MS.

Kelli said...

You are such a sweetheart. Thank you for including me in this wonderful list of bloggers. You have been a great inspiration to me. Thank you for the awards.

Herrad said...

Hi Tara,
Thanks for your sweet comment, glad you like the awards.

Hi Kelli,
And thanks for your sweet comment too.

I enjoy reading your blogs too and also find your blogs inspirational.
Thanks for coming by.

Have Myelin? said...

Thank you so much! I too love your blog because every time I leave your blog I leave with a smile.

And I love all the wonderful pictures you find too!

Denver Refashionista said...

I'm honored.

Diane J Standiford said...

Thank you, Herrad, could you instead pass this award on to one of the 100 Chronic Illness Blogs on my blog? You have awarded me too many and they need our support.
I suggest
Lupus and Humor; but there are many worthy ones to choose from and I know your award would mean so much to them. Peace, Diane

Herrad said...

Hi Sherry,
I love your blog too, glad you like the awards.

Hi Nadja,

Hi Diane,
I have contacted Lupos and Humour and passed on the awards.
But could you next time pass them on yourself.
Especially as I do not know these blogs at all.

Thanks for coming by, was really pleased to get these awards as I knew right away who I wanted to pass it onto.
Hope today is a good day for you.