Beautiful Blogger Award

Beautiful Blogger Award

Thank you so much to Tracy at Oh What a Pain for the nomination! I’ve been extremely privileged to have access to her amazing and insightful blog. Blogs like hers somehow allow me to better understand myself and my own pain – they teach me, inspire me and pull me up when I am falling.

The Rules for The Beautiful Blogger Award:

Write a little something about the Beautiful Blogger who nominated you with the award. See above. And don’t forget to go and check theirs out too.

Share 7 things about yourself:

1. I’ve been in love with piano music for as long as I can remember. Living in a tiny trailer we never exactly had room for one so I recently saved up some money, bought a keyboard and have been slowly teaching myself to play.

2. I’ve started writing at least half a dozen books dating back to when I was 10 or so. Having a toddler-sized attention span though I never could get myself to continue working on them beyond those first couple of writing session. Maybe I just haven’t found characters that I’m invested enough in yet.

3. I am one of those females that feel that they were destined for motherhood and would feel empty never having it – which frightens me because I don’t know if my life or body will ever allow it.

4. I’m very sensitive – too sensitive – towards both the actions of others as well as my own.

5. My bedroom consists of two lime green walls and two bright purple ones. I started drawing on them with black markers and they’ve since turned into a map of my thoughts, feelings and anything else that I’m momentarily inspired to include. It’s extremely me and I’ve grown very comfortable and attached to it.

6. I absolutely loathe shopping. I hate it.

7. I love reading (especially high fantasy series) but for some reason don’t do it nearly often as I should or would like. This is partly owing to that fact that it’s extremely difficult for me to get comfortable while doing so.

Nominate 7 other bloggers for the award:

I’ve found so many blogs and bloggers worthy of a nomination. I’m dedicating my nominations for this award to those brave bloggers who detail their lives with chronic pain – your words are such an asset for those of us who also live in constant pain.

1. Chronic Pain Journal

2. Phylor’s Blog

3. Pain, Pain, Go Away

4. Graceful Agony

5. Spicyt’s Blog

6. Living Life As I See Fit

7. Una Vita Bella

11 thoughts on “Beautiful Blogger Award

  1. Katie,

    Hi. Thank you very much for the nomination for the award. I’m very touched and honored. I’m looking forward to reading more of your posts and learning more about your journey. I intend to continue with the tradition of the award … it may take me awhile to fulfill it, but I hope it will give other bloggers as much joy and sense of appreciation that it gave me. Thank you.

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  3. Thank you Katie! I can’t believe your generosity! I so appreciate it, especially since I really have been neglecting my blog as of late…but now you have jump started my desire to continue writing again….and to get back to reading other fellow chronic pain bloggers such as yourself! xo
    Tammy Spice

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  4. Thank you for the award! Now that we have connected, I will check out your blog and your journey with chronic pain! Thank you again — I will take the “badge” and the rules and run with it — it may take me a while — I’m a bit behind on things these days! So, please don’t think I’ve forgotten — I’m just trying to keep things going while I’m having some cognitive problems and find myself overwhelmed very easily.
    Thanks again!

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