Versatile Blogger Award

versatile blogger award

Versatile Blogger Award rules:
Thank the person who gave you this award and include a link to their blog.
Select 15 blogs/bloggers that you’ve recently discovered or follow regularly.
Nominate those 15 bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award.
Tell the person who nominated you 7 things about yourself.
You can find more information and other winners here.

Thank you so much to the incredible Rachel at Do I Look Sick? – one of my very favorite blogs and bloggers – who nominated me for this award.

7 things about me:

1. I’m extremely fidgety, my hands are always moving.
2. I’m more fond of animals than I am of people generally.
3. I read the plots of movies and TV episodes before/while I watch them.
4. I couldn’t snap until I was 17 or 18, my fingers were too weak.
5. I almost always drink through straws. It’s a weird habit I picked up in 7th grade.
6. My right thumbnail turns blue/black whenever I’m cold.
7. I have a tattoo. It took me about 6 years to be sure enough that I wanted it. I generally like tattoos but I got this one specifically to cover a burn scar (long story, and people with tissue disorders tend to scar poorly).

My 15 nominees:
Allergic to life: My Battle
Bucket List Publications
Chronic Concerns
Chronic Pain Journal
Donkey Whisperer Farm
Grief: One Woman’s Perspective
The Jiggly Bits
Love for Mutant Guts
On Eagles Wings
The Road Less Travelled
Spilled Cookies
Stolen Colon
The Tawny
Urban Wall Art
Vittoria’s Corner

8 thoughts on “Versatile Blogger Award

  1. Pingback: Versatile Blogger Award – TWO NOMINATIONS! | allergictolifemybattle

  2. Congratulations on your award! Your blog is engaging and well written. You are informing the public on such vital issues such as chronic pain. Thank you for nominating my blog. I’m glad to know you enjoy it.


  3. Congratulations on your Award!!!! Thank you for the award I am humbled by you thinking of my blog. I pray GOD holds you in his arms and heals your body so you can be free from pain and suffering. Pain is a most difficult thing to deal with each and every day it seems to be relentless and never leaves us.


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