November 30, 2011

Toot Toot

Want to  hear a secret? You’re awesome. (It’s actually not even really a secret.) This is going to be hard for you – Health Activists are modest, selfless creatures by nature – but you simply must give yourself props today.
Write three things you love about yourself – things you’re great at – or just want to share about yourself that are important to you.

Its the last day of National Health Blog Post Month.  I cant say I did all 30 post but I did what I could and I think I'll revisit the ones I missed soon.  It was a lot of fun.  I learned a lot about other peoples illnesses and   a lot about me.  I cant wait see whats next!  Thank You to those that helped put this together.

So 3 things I love about me....

I am a good wife and mother.  At times I have questioned this, but I know in my heart that I am doing the best I can and that is what its all about.  I love my boys and husband more than life itself and there isn't anything that I wouldn't do for them.  I refuse to let my illness get in the way of that.  We know that some days will be better than others, but together as a family we will get though them.  I have been truly blessed with a beautiful family and I will never take them for granted!

I am open.  Its proven, I just cant hold things in. I like to talk my problems out.  I like to get things off my chest.  There are a few things in my life I like to keep to myself, but for the most part, if you ask, Ill answer.  I may over share at times and sometimes I think out loud.  Did I just say that?  Anyways, I think its important to share.  Your thoughts and opinions.  Speak up when you think you could help make things better or spread the word for a good cause..DONATE LIFE.  

I hope.  Even if its just a little, I always have hope.  And a smile.  I hope that people aren't really as bad as they seem.  I hope that even the worst situations turn out for the best.  I hope that one day there will be a cure for cancer and that all childhood illnesses will soon have a cure.  I hope that I will not have to wait much longer to get my transplant and that I will heal quickly.  I believe there is hope in everything and everyone.  I hope I am able to do all 30 days next year.

This post was written as part of NHBPM - 30 health posts 30 days:

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