Hilarious Health Activist Nominee – me?

Hi all, it’s Alice again.

I checked my junk mail and found this little email telling me I was nominated for a health activist award.  Yeah, like, I know, right?  I’m not sure who nominated me, but I checked it out and it’s actually legit!   Research!  Here’s a little more about it:

http://blog.wegohealth.com/2012/12/10/nominate-for-hilarious-health-activist-2012/

And here’s the little blog trophy I will win in if the judges actually vote for me out of like a big old bunch of other blogs.   (ZOMG MORE BLING!)

haaward12_hilarioushealthactivist

Someone had to nominate me, and I’m thinking it was one of my awesome followers, or possibly someone who mixed me up with somebody who does a lot more advocating for health stuff (does warning people away from the stupidity of 50 Shades count as health advocacy?)  Either way, it’s very cool to get this nomination, and a reminder that you should occasionally check your junk email folder.  This is not junk – for once!

Once again, thanks to all you crazy peeps who follow my blog.  I love you guyz.

Alice

P.S. Canvas of the Minds is also nominated for an health activist award (it’s probably not the hilarious one).  There is a button you can use to endorse them.  Do ittttt!  That site totally deserves it.

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16 responses

    1. Thank ye. To think I almost missed it in my junk. Huh.

  1. Congrats, Alice! You definitely deserve this award. Well done.

    1. It’s enough to be nominated, really, and – pfft, like I totally want to freaking WIN. But I’ll live if I don’t, ha. I almost didn’t even know I was nominated.

  2. Hmm an interesting one – I shall go away and ponder 🙂

    1. Ponder it deep in your heart.

      1. I have pondered and got nuttin’ .

  3. does warning people away from the stupidity of 50 Shades count as health advocacy? Yes. Mental Health Awareness.

    1. Good point! If I can save just one brain cell, my life will be complete. The girls reminded me that I had written about my pneumonia, but I kind of don’t remember those posts as I was somewhat out of it when I wrote them. Speaking of lost brain cells.

  4. It was me who nominated you, I confess. (no it wasn’t me)
    Congrats, you deserve it indeed.

    1. Thanks, Doggy! I didn’t even know this site existed, or I might have nominated some of my peeps. Well, those who talk about medical stuffs.

  5. Maybe they saw your post on Black Box Warnings? Or perhaps it’s EL James… *shudders at thought*

    I can’t believe they’re wanting to make films of 50 Shades. If you take out all the sex, they’re not left with much plot, so how they’ll manage it will be miraculous!

    1. I KNOW. Of course I wondered the same thing about the Twilight movies, but I was relieved to find out they left in every single stare and stutter from the book. Whew.

      1. But tried (and failed) to improve on the plot. I mean, take Breaking Dawn. There are two fights-that-don’t-happen-at-the-last-minute, a freaky baby is born and a hell of a lot of angst and tension relating to the birth of the freaky baby and the two fights-that-don’t-happen-at-the-last-minute. So basically, Meyer managed to write a hell of a lot about nothing happening. It’s clearly a skill, but I’m not sure it’s one that would be appreciated in an educational facility!

  6. Warning people about the dangers of 50 Shades absolutely counts as health advocacy! I mean, think of the kids. Congratulations, Alice!

    1. That’s true. What about the CHILDREN???? And why does E.L. insist on putting kiddie imagery and sex together? Why??

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