I’m Loved

One things I love about blogging is finding out about others blogs who have been reading for awhile. One such blog is 200 Sacred Words by Vincent Parker. The other day I received the I Love Your Blog award from Vincent so I had to go and take a look at his blog for awhile. I’m sure glad I did. Thank you, Vincent.

Rather than follow the rules, I’m going to highlight a blog that I enjoy very much. That is Wellness Writer by Susan Bernard. While Susan and I don’t always see eye to eye on some topics regarding bipolar disease, I always respect her writing and what she has to say. She clearly is extremely knowledgeable about her subject matter and shows a great respect for her readers. Thank you Susan for many hours of enjoyable and informative reading. Susan, this award is presented to you to do as you wish, just know it is heartfelt from me.

Uncle Bradley

Yesterday, I answered a personal question that was asked of me. It was a lot of fun so I decided I’m going to give a try at making it a regular part of my blog. Please feel free to ask me any question that you would like answered. You can ask in the comments section or via email. If you use email, be sure and let me know if you’d like it to be anonymous.

Based on how many questions I receive, I will answer some or all sometime next week.

5 comments on I’m Loved

  1. @alan Excellent question. I plan to answer all questions on Fridays, but may do so earlier if I get many of them.@Clueless LOL. Better late than never. Congrats on all the well deserved awards.

  2. Oooooo love both of those blogs, Bradley. I’ve kidnapped the links for more reading sometime when it’s not almost 1am. And congrats on the award from Vincent!I’ll be sure to holler to Uncle Bradley if I need a question answered. It’ll be fun reading everyone’s q’s and UB’s a’s regardless.

  3. Hi, I’m a gay man at an elite college that I play sports for. No one knows that I’m gay. I’m afraid to let any one know in fear of the reactions that I may get from my ” very male” team mates. I think that it would be better for me mentally and emotionally to come out of the closet. What do you think I should do and how ?

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