Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Blog Award

Last week I received my very first blog award from Jenna over at Sugar, Spice & Monkey TailsThank you so much!  I promise to try harder to blog more often! :) 


Rules for accepting the award:

1. Accept the award. Post it on your blog with the name of the person who has granted the award and his or her blog link.

2. Pay it forward to 15 other bloggers that you have newly discovered.

3. Contact those blog owners and let them know they've been chosen.

On that note here is a list of some amazing blogs that I look forward to reading! Enjoy getting to know them.  I haven't been blogging much the past few weeks, or even months for that matter, so I'll see how many I can come up with.
 
A Spoonful of.....
Diddle Daddle Designs
Live, Love, Laugh
The Blessings of Modern Domestication
Training 6 Hearts 4 Him
 
It's not 15, but it will have to do :)
Thanks again, Jenna!
 
~Kristine

7 comments:

Leslie said...

Congrats to you and Thank you very much Kristine for considering me for this award!!
Have a great rest of the week.

Rebecca said...

congratz! And thanks for sharing!

Jane @ Going Jane said...

Congrats on your award!! I'm a new follower...and like you, I LOVE Leslie. :)

Melonie said...

Btw yes I got the rash going on a month and half now. Took a week of prednisone. I fully anticipate being chronic rash for life now. The ivarest my mother advised me to use...well I'm allergic to camphor and the sensitization side effect from the benadryl (for some reason my body hates that particular antihistamine) caused such a bad autoimmunity that I had huge purple and red collections of my own tissue displaying body fluids under the skin and every lymph node in my leg a swollen knot. That caused what looked like plaque psoriasis. Obvious then that i was being autoimmune. My brother had a rash for two months and they stuck him in an oatmeal bath. Unfortunately I am sensitive to oatmeal. Unfortunately I also didn't hear about this until after I wasn't careful. I never knew about this, the fact it becomes an immune reaction or persists for extended periods, or I would have been careful. Because I know how my immune system is. But too late now. Such is life. Before the steroids I went systemic, fevers, trouble peeing. I read you can shut down your own kidneys trying to fight it. Sounds fun. Death is always a possible side effect of allergy. People be glad

Melonie said...

Sorry, 'tissue dissolving' I meant. Not tissue displaying

Melonie said...

Sorry, 'tissue dissolving' I meant. Not tissue displaying

Melonie said...

Btw yes I got the rash going on a month and half now. Took a week of prednisone. I fully anticipate being chronic rash for life now. The ivarest my mother advised me to use...well I'm allergic to camphor and the sensitization side effect from the benadryl (for some reason my body hates that particular antihistamine) caused such a bad autoimmunity that I had huge purple and red collections of my own tissue displaying body fluids under the skin and every lymph node in my leg a swollen knot. That caused what looked like plaque psoriasis. Obvious then that i was being autoimmune. My brother had a rash for two months and they stuck him in an oatmeal bath. Unfortunately I am sensitive to oatmeal. Unfortunately I also didn't hear about this until after I wasn't careful. I never knew about this, the fact it becomes an immune reaction or persists for extended periods, or I would have been careful. Because I know how my immune system is. But too late now. Such is life. Before the steroids I went systemic, fevers, trouble peeing. I read you can shut down your own kidneys trying to fight it. Sounds fun. Death is always a possible side effect of allergy. People be glad

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