Monday, September 27, 2010

YOU Inspire Me Award.

Award van Kris @ Behold The Metatron.

Werd aangenaam verrast en verrukte de andere dag door  de You Inspire Me Award van Kris @ Behold Metatron te krijgen.

Mooi van haar om aan mij te denken, ben zeer geraakt om deze toekenning van Kris te krijgen, ik denk wij inspireren elkaar  wat zeer belangrijk is voor ons allen.

Zal zeer genieten om deze toekenning te geven aan sommige van de blogs die mij inspireren, zou willen het aan alle blogs te geven die ik  bezoek omdat zij mij allen  inspireren.

Helaas zal ik dat niet kunnen doen omdat mijn wijsvingers niet zo goed werken wegens de weerveranderingen.

Moet kiezenf, dit doet geen afbreuk aan de blogs die ik niet kies, denk dat zij allen goede blogs zijn en allen inspireren mij en vele anderen ook hoop ik.

Ik zal genieten van het kiezen van blogs om het award te geven van Kris @ Behold Metatron en ik hoop dat zij ook zullen genieten.

Stephany @ soulful sepulcher

I am on a journey. 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

" To see what is in front of one's nose requires a constant struggle." George Orwell

S.S-O @ Multiple Sclerosis & Me

MS: Multiple Sclerosis, My Story... I am a Trinidadian; I will use lots of Trini slang/words and will explain as I go but lime=hang out; i will use that a helluva lot!
Karen @  Meandering........One Moment Please.
My Random Musings, Thoughts And Observations As I Meander Along Life’s Many Paths.

Muff @ Kaleidoscope Muff

A journey through the various stages of my MS.

JC @ Lilacs And Cats
Life isn't about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain ... author unknown

Dianne @ 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.

Judy @ Peace Be With You

On the MS Journey
About My Poems
Haiku poems in triptych allow me to distill the MS experience into very few words. While these poems have journal-like qualities, they are not my daily journal. They merely represent what I or someone I know will have experienced on the MS journey. That said,
My poems will span
the emotional spectrum.
That is what I live.

A smile may lift me
past my MS challenges.
I share that with you.

Sometimes sadness trumps
easy laughter and resolve.
I will write then too.

Andy @ Jughead's Baltimore Blog, Our Life With Multiple Sclerosis

These are the things that make me scratch my head and say "Whaaaaaa"?

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.

Rei @ NecROSEphelia

An endless symphony of blasphemy

Sherry @ Word Salads or the Demyelination of Me

Living single with multiple sclerosis and the loss of a child
Janis @ just breathe janis
Gerry @ Broken Dreams

Crazy Cris @ Here and There and Everywhere

Odds and Ends, Random Thoughts, Funny Observations, picked up from Here and There and Everywhere.

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.
Marie @ Nourish: Living, Laughing Whining

Webster @ halt stop forget relax

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
Hilary @ The Smitten Image
For The Thousands Of Words Pictures Are Worth

Linda @ Occasional Scotland

Scottish life and landscape in photos, from Edinburgh to Shetland and points between
Justyna @ Love Lives In The Kitchen



Stan @ Is Something Not Quite Right With Stan - A Mental Health Blog

Chessie @ Chessie's Tales, Motorcycles and Ride

Marc @ Wheelchair Kamikaze

The Rants, Ruminations, and Reflections of a Mad MS Patient

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

Carole @ Carole's MS blog

The MS Roller Coaster. A ride that never ends.
Tessa @ Aerial Armadillo
Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out and yelling joyously ....
"WOOO HOOO what a ride!"
Darlene @ Rustic Ranch

Chloe @ Chloe is...

Running with a bottle of wine.
Donna @ Arranging Shoes…….Thoughts From AWonky Walk Girl

Maryann @ azoyizes and MS

I was diagnosed with MS in my late 30's, but was having symptoms in my early 20's. The past six years, I've slowly gotten worse. Then, I began Tysabri. I call it my miracle drug. After three infusions, my balance and leg strength had improved to where I was able to take walks with my husband and my dog. My diagnosis has been changed to SPMS.

Mitch @ Enjoying the Ride

I have Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis and sit in an iBOT wheelchair all day. So why do I lead such a contented life?

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....

Juli @ Tales From the MS Front

assorted rants and maybe some silly things about having MS

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!

Cranky @ Musings of a Cranky Caregiver

A Blog About the Random Stuff that Floats Through My Brain

Tara @ Living Day to Day with Multiple Sclerosis

iving 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.

Gina Castle @ Gina Castle: Traditional Batik on Silk

Welcome to my gallery! Batik is an ancient Javanese art form of design on fabric. It is a process of applying hot wax on cloth then dyeing it. To "add" color, the process is repeated several times. Each piece is individual.

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