Monday, May 19, 2008

Pink rose awards

Arg, I am so behind on all of these kind of things. I am getting up earlier and earlier just so I can read blogs and post and still start my day at a reasonable hour.

Pink Rose Awards

I'd like to send a Pink Rose to those bloggers who are to me Bodhisattvas of Infertility. Those who have gone through the infertility wars, come out on the white side of the stick and still go back into the trenches to inspire, encourage and support those who suffer loss and those who march on with vials of expensive drugs and hope in hand.

The rules are as follows:

1. On your blog, copy and paste the award, these rules, a link back to the person who selected you, and a link to this post. You will find the story behind the Pink Rose Award and other graphics to choose from there.

2. Select as many award recipients as you would like, link to their blogs (if they have one), and explain why you have chosen them.

3. Let them know that you have selected them for an award by commenting on one of their posts.

4. If you are selected, pass it on by giving the Pink Rose Award to others.

5. If you find that someone you want to nominate has already been selected by someone else, you can still honor them by posting a comment on their award post stating your reasons for wishing to grant them the award.

6. You do not have to wait until someone nominates you to nominate someone else.


loribeth said...

To say that I'm flattered is an understatement. Thank you, Deathstar, for the award, & for being a source of inspiration (and a really great read too)! (Dh, who has done some reading on Buddhism, told me what a Bodhisattva is!)

JW Moxie said...

Congratulations on your award! I really like your term "Bodhisattvas of Infertility." When I was around 12 or 13 a lady my mom worked with ran my numerology and said that I was a Bodhisattvah and explained to me what it was. Maybe what you explained in your post is why I came back.

I'm looking forward to reading more about you!

Pamela T. said...

You're an inspiration as well! Thanks for being an articulate and strong voice. (And, how's that play coming along?)

Teendoc said...

Thank you, my friend! I will do my nominations after I get back from this latest business trip.

Lori Lavender Luz said...

Thanks so much, Deathstar.

I can't decide which is better: receiving this award from you or being included in such good company.