Wednesday, October 22, 2008
You Shouln't Have...Nah I Take That Back..Thanks For Selecting Me
Thanks Lisa at Brass and Ivory for giving me a Gratitude with Attitude award, it means a lot coming from you.
Some time ago, Jim kindly presented me with the "Gratitude with Attitude Award."
It is time to pass it on to some fabulous blogging friends, old and new.
Here are the rules:
* Put the logo on your blog or post.
* Nominate at least 10 blogs which show great Attitude and/or Gratitude!
* Be sure to link to your nominees within your post.
* Let them know that they have received this award by commenting on their blog.
* Share the love and link to this post and to the person from whom you received your award.
I am to pass this award on and there are a few MS blogs that already received this award. Too bad, I am sending it to you anyway because I truly enjoy your site. I appreciate those of you who read my site, but if live with MS you must visit Lisa, Diane, or Linda they are inspirational, informative, and comical discussing living with MS. Their sites were a Godsend when I first was diagnosis with MS and I found my way to their blogs. They are true champions for the new and old MS'ers out here in the blogosphere.
A Stellar Life...Diane
Merely Me’s Multiple Synchronicities (and sclerosis)
Disable Not Dead...Anne
White Lightening Axiom Redux
Delving Under the Covers...Charlene
Living! With Ms...Denver
Tias Mind...Tia lives with MS, but focus on life
Deeper and Deeper My Poetry Blog...Don writes beautiful poetry
Field Negro...aka Field a Philly lawyer that keeps it real and the people that comments are some of the best, but I must warn you there are occasional knuckle heads.
Please go check out his post “Searching for a Black Friend in the Age of Obama”.
Field could not have said it better when he said,
“Here is the thing Devin: Us black folks are like any other group. We are not monolithic, and we have very diverse opinions, taste, ideologies, and yes; even ways to have fun. So there is no such thing as a black board of directors to give black people their cues on how to act and what not to like and like. I know I joke about shit like that all the time, but believe me, it's really not the case.
And please forget this insane pursuit to find a black friend. Just relax, be yourself, and eventually some black person might just find you and like you for who you are. If not, it's not a big deal. Trust me. There are plenty black folks without white friends. It's not the end of the world. We can all live in this amicable state of self segregation, as long as we show mutual respect for each other and afford each other the dignity that we each deserve as human beings.”