Sunday, June 19, 2011

Three Lovely Surprise Awards.

 

What a lovely surprise when I received a message from Ana @ Hella Heaven that she had given me another 6 awards.
http://hellaheaven-ana.blogspot.com/

She received them from Maznah @ Cooking Varieties http://cooking-varieties.blogspot.com/

Who also gave her The Sunshine Award, which I was happy to pass on last Tuesday.

I have taken 3 of the 6 awards, the Blog Star Award, Best Blogger Award, Happy Blogging Award.

Rules:
1. Accept the award, post it in your blog with the link of the person who has given you.
2. Pass it on to 15 bloggers to keep the ball rolling.
3. Let the nominated bloggers know about their award by leaving a comment on their recent post.

Here are the people and their blogs I want to pass these three awards too:

Satheesh Kumar @ A Romantic Touch

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.

Kris @ Behold The Metatron Tasteful Living In NYC

Kalva @ Curry In Kadai ~ An Indian Cooking Blog

Cooking Made Easy With Delicious Indian and Andhra Vegetarian Healthy Homemade Recipes


Jammies @ Curmudgeonette
Cleveland Amory once said that only men could be curmudgeons. Fine. I've set out to be a curmudgeonette. I'm middle-aged, single, owned by two dogs and so white bread all my clothes should say "Wonder." If it weren't for the sock sex, I would be absolutely indistinguishable from other Midwestern females. Fortunately, I have a few little quirks that keep me slightly different.


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


Chib @ Hadubini - My-o-scope

Zoomdoggies @ Howling at the Moon

Being an account of life with a guy, a recently-ex-teenager, a couple of narrow dogs, retirement from a job as a tech writer, and MS.

Not necessarily in that order.


Joan @ Joan's New Musings Musings Of a Retired Scot.

http://joansnewmusings.blogspot.com/

 

Nancy @ LIFE IN THE SECOND HALF

WHERE AN EMPTY NEST MEANS ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES!

http://lifeinthesecondhalf.blogspot.com/

 

KOS @ Keep On S’Meyelin!

http://keeponsmyelin.blogspot.com/

 

Aviva @ Sick Momma

http://sickmomma.blogspot.com/

 

Juli @ Tales From the MS Front

assorted rants and maybe some silly things about having MS

http://bigthingsandaduck.blogspot.com/

 

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!

http://talesoflifewithmultiplesclerosis.blogspot.com/

 

Jo @ THE END OF THE RAINBOW: LIFE AFTER BANKRUPTCY

Lessons In My Search For Serenity And Financial Freedom

http://theendoftherainbowlifeafterbankruptcy.blogspot.com/

 

Erin @ The Lemon-Aid Stand

http://thelemonaidstand.blogspot.com/

 

TT’S @ TT's-Paint and Spackle Grape Juice

I'm undiscribable at times,loving,compassionate, blah,bla... I fell in love with my husband within the first week we met and after 36 years I'm still madly in love with him. Even counting the 23 years with him in the USMC. I still get giddy whenever he calls. The parentals have moved in with us and I'm on fabulous meds!! LMAO

http://tt-paintandspackle.blogspot.com/

 

Lucy @ What Life Is About

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

 

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.

http://livingdaytodaywithmultiplesclerosis.blogspot.com/

 

Kimberly @ My Journey with Multiple Sclerosis

Every journey starts with a single step. My journey started "officially" in March 2006. Now, four 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.
I hope that everyone who I have passed these awards onto will enjoy passing them on as I have done.

 


8 comments:

Blinders Off said...

Hi Herrad,

Thanks for stopping by my new blog with some love. I been very busy with it. Actually, it's been keeping my mind off the ups and downs of MS...which is a good thing :-)

Rhapsody B. said...

blessings and congratulations have fab one.

rhapsody

Herrad said...

Hi Debra,
Good to hear from you, glad you are doing well.
Agree things that take our minds off ms are good.
love,
Herrad

zoomdoggies said...

Lovely surprise, Herrad! Thanks for sharing.

Herrad said...

Hi Rhapsody,
Nice to see your comment thanks for coming by.

Hi Zoomdoggies,
Glad you like the awards, pleasure passing them onto you.

Thanks to you 2 lovely friends for coming by.
Love,
Herrad

Kris said...

Thank you so so much Herrad! I will definitely pass them along as soon as possible!

I hope you have a great day.

-Kris

Nancy said...

Thank you so much for the awards - it means so much that you think of me! Blessings, Herrad.

Herrad said...

Hi Kris,
Glad you like the awards, look forward to seeing who you pass them on to.

Hi Nancy,
Happy you like the awards, I think of you very often.

Thanks to you 2 dear friends for coming by, lovely to see your comments, passing these awards on to you was my pleasure
Love,
Herrad