Sunshine Blogger Award

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I would like to give a HUGE shout out to Amber at  The World Sees Normal  for giving me this nomination.  I am humbled she would think of me.  Please go check out her awesome blog where she touches on several chronic health issues and all the stuff that goes along with it.  And I would like to apologize for taking so long to complete this, I am truly sorry!

HERE’S HOW IT WORKS…

THE RULES

1.) Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you and link back to their blog

2.) Answer the 11 questions the blogger asked you

3.) Nominate 11 new blogs to receive this award, and write them 11 new questions

4.) List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post and/or on your blog.

 

Questions for me:

1. If you could pick one person in your life to switch places with so they could feel how you feel for the day, who would it be and why!?

My doctors, if you haven’t experienced it, you can’t truly understand it.

 

2. When you have people in your life that just can’t seem to understand you and your illness, what have you found to be the best way to explain it to them, so they understand?

I have to be honest, I have been dealing with this so long that I just don’t even try anymore.  I use to, but it never worked.  Then I would get upset at the person for not understanding and s/he trying to compare my issue with the time he broke his arm in the 6th grade.

 

3. When you have some time just for you, how do you spend that time? Do you enjoy the quiet of being alone or would you rather be with a close friend or family member?

If I am having a good day, I love to walk and think and pray.  Walking is a gift I NEVER take for granted.  I will go off alone but also enjoy the company of my family.

 

4. What is your all time favorite TV show?

I do not watch TV but do watch Netflix,  Amazon Prime and some shows over the internet, so this is a little difficult for me to answer.  But if I had to pick a TV show it would be The Middle.  There have been a few episodes where I swore they were secretly filming my family.

 

5. What is your guilty pleasure?

This one is really easy for me……….I love unsweetened green iced tea from Starbucks.

 

6. What is the most UNBELIEVABLE thing that someone in the medical profession has said to you? And what was your response?

A neurologist told me that maybe I just needed to purchase different under clothing to relieve my symptoms………..I was so absolutely shocked that I looked at her and said……….”seriously?”

 

7. What is the most annoying thing to you about living with a chronic illness?

That it exists!

 

8. If you were able to have three wishes what would they be and why?

#1  Cure all ailments in the world – everyone would be healthy!

#2  Clean, pure drinking water everywhere on Earth – water is the source of life

#3 Peace throughout the world – let your imagination run wild of what could be accomplished

 

9. What is one activity in life that you loved doing, and have had to now give up due to your chronic illness? And do you feel any resentment?

Riding horses…………for years I couldn’t even look at a horse without getting tears in my eyes.

 

10. What blog have you enjoyed writing the most and why?

The ones I have enjoyed writing the most, and there have been several, are the ones that just flow from my mind to my hands.  Writing has always been a difficult process for me and one I really have to work at.  But if I have to choose one it would be the dock because as I wrote it I felt every single word, an amazing experience.

 

11. What is the most ridiculous comment that you have ever received on social media or as a comment on your blog?

Since I have no social media other than this blog, I have been blessed to receive only one, weird, not having anything to do with the blog comment.  I am very thankful.

 

My  Questions:

  1.  What is your favorite thing about blogging awards?
  2.   If you were a sports car which one would you want to be and why?
  3.   If you could only eat one color of food for a week, what color would it be?
  4.   What is your favorite movie line and why?
  5.   If you had to leave your house and take only 10 things with you (excluding all living beings) what would they be?
  6.   Describe yourself in two words.
  7.   What is one sporting activity that you enjoy watching?
  8.   If you could give one piece of advice for all the world to hear what would it be?
  9.   What is your favorite encouraging quote?
  10.   If you had to learn a made up language, which one would you choose and why?
  11.   If you were to learn to play an instrument which one would you choose?

 

My Nominees:

Altucher Confidential

James A. Best

gaillovesgod

momlifewithchiari

The Godly Chic Diaries

Pam Grout

The Panama Adventure

Brenda Mueller

Trying to Break the Stigma

Chronic Pain with a Higher Perspective

MCTD Warrior’s Blog

 

27 thoughts on “Sunshine Blogger Award

  1. Glory to God! Congrats on your Sunshine Blogger Award! I absolutely love your passion for good all over the world. You genuinely think of others! Your answer about changing places with the doctors is a great answer. I have doctors who are family and friends who have suffered with illnesses that are not able to be tested for, or have times of remission, and have been treated the exact same way as their patients experienced. It never fails that they always say they use to believe textbook information from their medical books/teaching until they had to learn the hard way. I hated to see them having to suffer too. It was more humiliating in some ways because they were treated like they were letting things get the best of them.
    Thank you for your thoughtfulness in nominating me. Blessings to share for God! ❤ May God richly bless you!

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  2. Congrats on your award!
    I’ve never had iced tea, but I love regular green tea so maybe I’ll check that one out in Starbucks. I would like doctors and specialists to swap places with their patients, too; walk in our shoes, see how we actually feel..!
    Caz x

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      • I wanted to ask what it tastes like but I scared of sounding totally stupid (what’s new!) – plus, it’s probably one of those hard-to-describe things. Never had iced tea at all because it’s not appealed to me, but I’m wondering whether I’m missing out as I’d like something cold and more refreshing when I go to a coffee shop rather than a heavy chocolate frappe. Make sure you treat yourself to one this week or next if you can, you totally deserve to! 🙂

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      • No, I am glad you feel comfortable enough to ask. Green tea has a bit of a mint type flavor. Although I am not a huge fan of mint I do like green tea and iced green tea (at least for me) is even better. Tea has less caffeine than coffee so I feel this is a benefit and since I drink a ton of water, it is nice to have a change once in a while. Plus it has antioxidants which I use as an excuse to consume caffeine every now and then.

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  3. I think I may have spoiled my manners and said more than ‘Seriously!’.. It took nearly 3 yrs for me to get diagnosed with FMS.. One Dr just kept saying it was my Age.. And we all get aches and pains….
    Congratulations again Wendi x

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    • Oh, I thought much more harsh words after the appt. but I was so utterly speechless and horrified as they were looking at my MRI which clearly showed chiari. Seriously, a trained monkey could read a chiari result.
      I am so sorry that you had to go through all that mess too……..when doctors don’t know, they blame it on things we have no control over.

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      • Yes.. But you see Drs are not Seeing the cause, and are often in the dark as to why we take on such disease.. And are not treating the cause.. It is we who have to learn to dig deep to go within and find what it is that triggers certain causes.. And many Drs are detached and no longer see the PERSON.. So come across as harsh… Sad, but I wonder why they forgot why they entered the profession..

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      • Yes, I completely agree with you. Before I became ill, I work in the medical profession, I saw a lot of horrible MDs…..most went into it for the money! And you are correct they treat symptoms not the cause.

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