Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Ms.Thunder Bumper's Challenge: Favorite Post

We have a lot of new people joining us so I thought it would be a good idea to share some of your favorite post and why you liked it.

Sound good? I hope so it's worth 10 points.

Newbies, You can share too from some that you've read that maybe made you think, I need to do this!

Can't wait to see what it is!


  1. Woah! I'm going to dig down and read in the older posts, and see what's been going on for the past few months. More later!
    Love, Becky A.

  2. You've got to be kidding, there have been over 420 postings since you started this blog, maybe that includes comments....never-the-less how does one choose?!

  3. I'm going to have to think about this one. There are so many good ones to choose from.

  4. A good example would be Alicia's post about Am I A Runner that motivated Mindy to not only start running but complete the 10k Boulder Bolder

  5. Is that one your favorite? I'm with Queen Vee, there are way too many and they have all been so great! Not that I really do the points....

  6. Ok Audrey- You asked for it :)...

    Here are just a few. So many to choose from, but these particular posts had my mind thinking for days after.


    This post made me really start taking my vitamins!


    I was thinking about Marci's hairy legs for days! Just Kidding. Actually I am really intrigued by these shoes. I love to hear about the reviews from people I know.


    "I get to run" What a powerful post. Jill where are you? We miss you!


    Hope you don't mind me putting this one on Audrey. Deep trials shared and a new perspective. Finally I feel like I am not alone. Started rethinking how my free days should be used.


    Holy Moly arms! I'm still dreaming of these arms on my body. New goal, I will have arms like these on my body.


    Loved the analogy!




    I love inspiring stories like this. Mindy went from no running to doing a 10K in a matter of months. You are so awesome!

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  8. I have appreciated all the new recipes, the funny posts about boobs and girdles, all the terrific health knowledge. I've loved getting to know all you amazing women and seeing pictures of your beautiful families. I've been so touched by your trials and challenges and how you are each coping, accepting and conquering them. I've been overwhelmed by your encouragement and support for each other and for myself. I've loved every single post on this blog but I'm going to pick this one:


    which is the very first one posted by Audrey. Audrey I'm so proud of you and your desire to face your own health challenges as you've recognized how important good health is to your happiness. Your enthusiasm, sense of humor, knowledge and desire to help others has and is making a huge difference in all of our lives. It's because of you and your challenge that we are all here.

  9. Okay, I was going to spend hours and hours reading months of posts (400+ posts, really?!!), but I'm cracking the whip on myself so I can meet my main summer goal of finishing my Medical Transcription course. So, naturally, of all the posts I have read since Sue clued me in, I am putting her post as my favorite. Just a little nepotism, I know, but I started all this because of Sue's constant enthusiasm for what she was doing. That makes her the winner:


  10. I hope I'm not too late for this. This was a difficult one to pin down. I really enjoy so many of the posts on this board. I have found myself laughing, crying and being inspired by so many things.

    My favorite post was Jill's A New Perspective


    I started looking at blessings in my life a bit differently after that post.

    Another post that really touched me was Alicia's post about Control. Definitely something I could relate to and draw some wisdom from. I also want to mention how much I needed Queen Vee's comment on that post.


    The comment came at a time when my Mom and I were not exactly getting along (which rarely rarely happens)but it really helped me to see things from her perspective and we did get through it.

    So there you have it.