Good morning, friends! I woke up to the most amazing surprise in my email; it shocked me straight awake. It was from the founder of Feedspot.com, the RSS Feed for bloggers. informing me that my blog has been named one of the TOP 50 PARKINSONS BLOGS on the web today. Click here to see their full story: http://blog.feedspot.com/parkinson_blogs/
The founder, Anuj Agarwal wrote: "I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 50 Parkinson Blogs on the internet and I’m honored to have you as part of this!" To say this is a shock is way understating how I feel at the moment.
Their RSS Feed is subscribed by all of the major news organizations (TV, radio, print). If you don't know what an RSS Feed is - you can subscribe to many different publications and Feedpost will send you an email each morning with headlines so you can read what you are interested in vs. having to read every single website individually. Feedsport.com is offering my blog as one of the 50 choices for Parkinson's information available. Please check it out. Go to FEEDSPOT.COM, open an account for yourself and subscribe to my blog along with other amazing outlets, including the Michael J. Fox Foundation, the National Parkinsons Foundation, Parkinsons News Today and the Brian Grant Foundation! I am in their amazing company.
I know I need to breathe, but am having a bit of a hard time doing that. Isn't it funny and incredibly humbling when your life changes in a nanosecond? Synchronicity still thinks I have a way to go before I am perfectly in balance so I give up my control and let the Universe keep re-arranging. Friends, we are on the ride of our lives.
Thank you to Anuj and his crew for this honor. Thank you God for my life every single day. I have a beautiful life I would not trade for anything with beautiful loves and angels surrounding me at all times. Amen.
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