I would like to begin by thanking Tricia at http://lovingsweetisabelleskye.wordpress.com/ for this award.
Her story of Isabelle Skye (her daughter) is touching, and her blog rings true to my heart. I would HIGHLY suggest you click on the link provided and read through her blog (have tissues!) and ‘Follow’ her journey.
“Awarding the people who live in the moment, the noble who write and capture the best in life, the bold who reminded us what really mattered – Savouring the experience of quality time.”
1. Winners re-post this completely, with their acceptance speech. That could be written down or video recorded.
2. Winners have the privilege of awarding the next awardees! The re-post should include a NEW list of people, blogs worthy of the award, and winners notify them the great news.
What makes a good acceptance speech?
Gratitude. Thank the people who helped you along the way.
Humour-Keep us entertained and smiling.
Inspiration – Make your story touch our lives.
Get an idea from the great acceptance speech, compiled in MomentMatters.com/speech
Display the award’s badge on your blog/website, downloadable in MomentMatters.com/Award
I would like to start off by saying thank you. I started my blog to help heal my heart and let other parents of loss know that they are not alone in their feelings and grief. I wanted to reach out, and just touch one person’s life with our story. I hope that I have.
I want to thank everyone who has ever taken a moment out of their day to read one of my posts, and those who have for some reason decided to ‘follow’ me. Through each person that has, my daughters have lived on. I would like to thank WordPress for allowing me to write whatever the hell I feel like at that moment whether it be happy, sad, or somewhere in between. It became a platform for my healing. I have written about everything from the loss of my daughters to the ‘girly parts’ open for business that I feel with every RE visit.
Through my pain and blogging, I have come to know so many new people that have helped in so many ways made possible only through this platform. I hope to continue my healing journey and hopefully help someone else out through mine.
The 15 people I award:
Sadly, I have only been blogging for a few short months now and have not explored much into the blogging sphere. I focused more on my healing journey. Recently, I have been venturing out more and following other blogs. A few I was going to post above were nominated by the person before me, so my list grew shorter!
The people I have nominated though have touched my life deeply either through their own journey of loss, inspiration, or other struggles. I wouldn’t be where I am today without reading their blogs as well. Thank you for all that you have done for me. For once, I do not feel so alone.