Friday, March 16, 2012

Liebster Blog Award

My blog has been honored with the Liebster Blog Award. I was given this recognition by fellow blogger Jazzcat who also suffers from Sjogren's Syndrome.  Sjogren Life shares the daily struggles of living with Sjogren's. It's written in French and I fully admit that I like to try and read it before translating.

I'm not sure there's a tiara involved but I do understand that the honor gets passed on. So as my reign ends (wait, I get to keep the sash, right?) I acknowledge other blogs that I admire. 

Many of the blogs that I've subscribed to have more than 400 readers or are well established so I've been on a journey to find others. I have been deep in the middle of the interwebs and have stumbled on so many touching stories of journeys, life and love. 

From my circle I share Make This Look Awesome by Pamela Curtis. She intends to put a positive spin on chronic illness. 

Angie Brooks writes Angie...unplugged. Angie writes about life and challenges it to be ordinary. It's fun and refreshing to read from the perspective of a busy Mom.

Chelsey Fernandez writes HOPE Helping Other Patients Everywhere. Chelsey describes being diagnosed with Children's Primary Angiitis of the Central Nervous System at 17. PCNSV is rare and is another account of the human immune system getting the signals wrong. In the case of PCNSV it attacks blood cells in the brain. 

I found Lupus, Humor and Wellness by Carla Ulbrich. This is a fun site. Lupus, Humor and Wellness, Think Outside the Prescription Bottle adds a dose of humor. 

Last blog is written by my son Cole who writes One Song For Glory. He writes about finding that one perfect song. I'm not sure if this is just a metaphor...I wonder if he knows? He also dabbles in fiction. He really does play guitar in the backyard wearing a fedora too. 

Please scroll down to the list of blogs that I read. They are all very informative and fun. 

Reasonably Well which is written by Julia has been a life saver for me since being diagnosed with Sjogren's Syndrome. Four years ago I left my doctor's office really frustrated that there wasn't more information he could give me. I searched and found Julia's site. More than just being a great source of information on living well she's really hysterical. 

Love to all... pageant queen waves...kiss, kiss. Now, where is that box of donuts? 

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