Thursday, 8 October 2009


I have today found out that I have won some awards from my dear friend, Herrad.
She is the most inspirational person that I have ever had the privilege to talk to and I feel quite humbled that she has past these two awards on to me!

If you haven't come across her amazing blog yet, the address is

Herrad and her partner, Richie, deal with more in life than anyone of us should ever have to deal with. But they both do so with poise and dignity and I feel truly blessed to have come across them both in the blogging world.

I will, of course, be passing these awards on to people, but I would like some time to catch up on some of my reading first.
Although there are a couple of people, whose blogs immediately spring to mind and so I would like to pass these awards to them straight away.

Living with Multiple Sclerosis is a daily battle. MS is the invisible disease or at least for most people. We fight many emotional and physical symptoms all the time. We need as much support as we can get. However due to the invisible symptoms we tend to not get a lot of support and that brings on more emotional stress which in return brings on more MS symptoms. A Vicious cycle.

Tara's blog is always so bright and sunny and she is constantly trying to educate people about MS. Good on you Tara, and keep at it!

Nat's blog is such a diverse blog. She talks about so many different things that it is great to pop along and see what is on her mind each day! Her wonderful photos of pond life are fabulous!

Lots of love to all the bloggers out there.
It is such a great support network. I am so glad that I decided to start mine, I have found it therapeutic for myself, to actually get things off my chest, but then to get the responses and support from people out there who really care about what is going on in my life and the fact that we are going through it together and we are not alone, is something that I am very proud to be a part of.
Long may it continue!


  1. Thank you Amelia for this wonderful award. It's not fair that you gave it to me first because you know I would be giving it to you. I find your blogs to be very inspirational and I appreciate you being open and sharing your stories about your journey with the Tysabri.

  2. Hi Amelia,
    Came by to say hello and send you a big hug.