Ankylosing spondylitis

I’m speechless!

Coming from a speech therapist, now that’s a hoot! So why am I speechless? Well a fellow blogger nominated me for the “Versatile Blogger” award and it left me speechless! So I guess in order to accept this award I have to follow some rules.

Here are the official rules of acceptance:

  • Display the Award Certificate on your website.
  • Announce your win with a post and link to whoever presented you with the award.
  • Present 15 awards to deserving bloggers.
  • Drop them a comment to tip them off after you have linked them in the post.
  • Post 7 interesting things about yourself.

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I was nominated by a very “good” blogger who shares her life experiences with AS, Crohn’s, Endometriosis, Melanoma,Meniere’s disease and RA

Visit Stina at

Does Your Journey Seem Long?

Thank you Stina!

♣ All of the following bloggers write about different topics but they all have brought me to tears or laughter and provided me with great information at one time or another.

Jayney rambles…   It’s about life and all that goes with it.

OstomyOutdoors.com

MaybeMarathoner~ Striving for 26.2 and raising money to fight Ankylosing Spondylitis

L-Jay Health

Living Fully No Matter What

The Healthy, Allergy Free Home

Walking Tall With Ankylosing Spondylitis  My journey through AS surgeries to hopefully “walk tall” again.

Grow. Cook. Write.

A Person Not Just A Patient~ Venting to stay positive

Endless Trax

Sally Baxter  Girl Reporter

Mostly Cloudy, With Some Bright Spells

My battle by Jane Lark

Betty Rawker

Locked In My Head  My struggles with life, bipolar, and ankylosing spondylitis

♥ Part of the rules state I have to tell you 7 things interesting about me…. I don’t know if you would say these are interesting but here goes…

I have an opinion on just about everything and normally, ok 2/3 of the time, I am right! lol

My head is a small library. It is full of useless information that does come in handy when playing Trivial Pursuit.

I taught myself how to knit by making socks. It took me 5 months to make one sock because I kept getting the stitches wrong.

I knit socks every winter for family and friends. I have never worn any of them!

I can eat an entire jar of Nutella (small) in one sitting; it is so addicting.

I treat every one of my patients as though they were family.

I can have five to nine projects started at one time and get them done. I’m not a “jack of all trades and master of none”.

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