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"Inappropriate Momma, Recently Diagnosed REDNECK, MS Survivor, Keeper of Spanky

Me & My Girl

Me & My Girl

I have always liked Dustin Hoffman and enjoyed his work as an actor.  But having seeing this interview on YouTube, has made me view him in a whole new light.   It has really made me think about raising Piper and how much I really want to figure out just the right “mix” of confidence and kindness.  I want her to NEVER doubt herself, but to also NEVER make someone else doubt themselves.  It is a daunting task.  Given the millions of images we are all exposed to, along with the constant “buzz” of instant judgement (Facebook likes, Twitter favorites, Instagram comments and Pinterest hearts and re-pins) it is impossible for anyone to not be influenced by some of what is out there, on a daily basis.

My hope is that although she may strive for beauty, that I can help her in defining what exactly IS beautiful.   To remind her just how it feels when someone does something nice, or performs some random act of kindness; that warmth and goodness that you experience.  I want her to see THAT as BEAUTIFUL (beauty from the inside) rather than just what is on the outside.  I want to help her understand the importance of getting to know someone and to judge them on their character and actions, and NOT just on what your brain has been programmed to think about what one sees on the surface.  The truth is, it is hard for all of us to ALWAYS remember that, and constantly apply it to our lives, particularly when there are so many different sources that seem to completely ignore such beliefs and values.

My wish for my  daughter; to guide her through all of the crap and bullshit, so she can see and appreciate all of the true beauty that is within SO many people she will meet in life.

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8 Responses so far.

  1. Mette says:

    Hi Meg.
    My boss at MS Blog, Biogen Idec wants me to write a short english thing for their global site and mention you and leave a link to your blog:)Just wanted to let you know. You can leave an english comment on latest blogpost there if you want to:) Hope you’re well. Mette:)

    http://blog.multipelsklerose.dk/2014/01/07/sikke-en-forskel/

    • Meg says:

      Well SHUCKS – that put a smile on my face. Nice to know that there are SOME that actually know about me and my “inappropriate” blog:)
      Happy NEW YEAR to you, and the family!

    • Meg says:

      NOT completely sure WHERE I am to put a comment? Link leads to blog that I can’t understand:) Is it there somewhere and I am missing it, or is it coming?

      • Mette says:

        Sorry Meg – Link is to my last blogpost on my Danish MS Blog i blog on for Biogen Idec:) I know you don’t understand whats written but just say hi Mette, there’s a comment option at the end of the post. You of course doesn’t have to:) The picture in the blogpost is my new help attached to my shoes to help me walk better:)The link to your blog will be on some global site at some point – don’t know when:) Just wanted to let you know. I will let you know when or if I am sent the site to read:)

    • Mette says:

      Thanks Meg for leaving a comment on the MS Blog:)

      • Meg says:

        You are so welcome Mette! I hope I did it in the right place. A little “scary” not being able to understand the writing:)

  2. Mette says:

    Love the picture – it’s amazing:) Happy New Year to you and your loved ones:)X

    • Meg says:

      THANKS Mette, and of course, the same to you!!!! As I have said a number of times on my blog and fb posts, I am SO happy that I finally decided to STOP being “shy” about writing and jumping in and meeting so many AMAZING people, and hearing all the different stories. It’s a great community, even IF it is because of some stupid disease.


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