Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Happy BLOGoversary!!!

It all started HERE
I can not believe I have been Blogging for 4 years!
So, I believe I need to have a giveaway.
I am not one of those cool bloggers who have tons of sponsor's who donate all kinds of things to give a way,
but I do have a creative mind (when it is working)
and I am quite sure I can think of something to send :o)
So, tell me your favorite post on
One Moment At A Time
the winner will be named July 14, 2011.
I am so excited....


Lene said...


Josh and Ali said...

Darlene is such a cheater... :) I would have to pick the one from June 23, 2010! (for obvious reasons!) There are so many to choose from that it's hard to pick! My second choice would probably have to be May 30, 2009!

Mary Prillwitz said...

Well, my first reaction was..."I am going back to look at the date of the announcement of finding a heart for you". It reminded me of all the highs and lows, but mostly highs, of my mom getting her heart transplant. But then I scrolled down just a little more and saw your post of your letter to the donor's family. Oh my gosh! I had tears streaming down my cheeks the entire time I read it! What a beautiful letter. So, that it my new favorite post! Yea for modern medicine and for sweet loving families that are so giving!

The Freemans said...

I always love reading your blog. I have several favorites, but I particularly liked the August 2010 post about finally coming home to Idaho. It made me so happy for you!

Mindy H. said...

Congrats on your 4-year milestone! I love reading your posts... my favorite is always the post I just read. You are amazing and I am sooooo glad that you share your thoughts and feelings and family with us!

Most Happy Girl said...
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Most Happy Girl said...

My favorite post is your letter to your hero's family. My father can see today because of organ donors. He had his final cornea transplant in the 1960s. Another dear friend is a double transplant survivor. She received both a kidney and a pancreas over 10 years ago and is going strong. I remember when she called me from the hospital before going into surgery on New Year's Eve. What a way to celebrate.

I am proud to have a small red Y next to Donor on my Utah driver's license. I only hope that, if something were to happen to me, my organs could help someone have a better chance at a full, productive life.

God bless you and your family.