Friday, September 21, 2007

Can you spare a vote?

If you look at the right side there of the page toward the top, there is a black box that says my site has been nominated for a Bloggers Choice award for Best Health Site!

Would you mind clicking on it? Once you go there, there is a little box that says how many votes I have and gives you the chance to vote for my blog.

Would you mind voting? I would love to bring some traffic to my blog, which in my dreams will increase awareness and understanding of Chiari, Ehlers-Danlos, and Thoracic Outlet if even a few people take a few minutes to read some of the links I have provided.

Feel free to forward this message to anyone you would like! Thank you so much for helping my efforts to raise awareness?

3 comments:

  1. Voted! So I tried to nominate my blog, too, because I wish I had mo' readers, but I don't know if it will let you nominate your own blog.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Your blog is incredibly visually interesting as well as compelling on a personal and medical level. Thanks for visiting my blog, and I promise to, 1) visit again, 2) vote for you, and 3) mention you on my blog(s) to bring you more traffic!

    NurseKeith

    ReplyDelete
  3. I'm in the process of registering so I can vote for your site. As soon as I can confirm my registration via email, you're getting my vote. It really is a great site.

    I contacted you months ago via email and you were so helpful; I just wanted to let you know that in part, thanks to your advice (and lots of prayer) I pursued going to TCI and have since had two surgeries there (tethered cord and decompression/fusion.) Recovery is slow but I'm hopeful that positive changes are slowly coming my way.

    Check out my blog when you get the chance (although I have a long way to go before it's as high-tech as yours!) www.wittybigbrain.blogspot.com

    Thanks for all you do to increase awareness--I'm trying to start doing the same, too. I think it's one of the few ways we can take these circumstances we've been dealt and help make a difference in others' lives.

    ReplyDelete