Friday, December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas Everybody

Last year Nick and I went to Peace River for Christmas.  Over our visit we talked with mom about going for the CCSVI treatment but at that point we didn't think it was possible.  What a difference a year has made!  Not only was it possible to go get the CCSVI treatment but we went and it worked!  What a perfect Christmas present.

We would like to thank everybody for all their love, support and prayers this year.  I don't think you will ever understand how much it has meant to us.  We hope each and everyone of you has a happy, healthy, and safe Christmas and that maybe Santa will bring CCSVI treatments to Canada in 2011!

God bless you all.

Maggie and Teresa

Christmas Ornaments (candle holder and star) from Sofia, Bulgaria that we got during our trip.

1 comment:

Unknown said...


I've started a blog on Bulgaria and would like to exchange posts with you:

With this blog i want to develop a patchwork of impressions about Bulgaria to give it a realistic face worts-and-all. That's why i would be glad to receive and post a contribution from your blog. It can be a post you have already published or a new one. It can be on any subject you would like to talk about in relation to Bulgaria including yourself and personal impressions and expeience.

At the end of the post please include a description of yourself and your blog with a link to it.

There are many reasons why i am doing it:
1. Contributing to creating a different image of Bulgaria from the one peddled in the foreign press.
2. Getting more awareness for Bulgaria as a travel destination for what I like to call intelligent tourism: health, culture, nature. The reality which is different from the cheap booze holidays it is internationally reknown for...
3. Telling the many people I know abroad about what life is really like here. Good, bad, ugly and beautiful by creating a pathwork of impressions of Bulgaria.

I believe that creating a human face for Bulgaria worts-and-all is one way to change its internationally image.

Let's try and create a rich tapestry with lots of small dots. It will always be more beautiful than the large brush strokes with which the foreign media love to paint Bulgaria and Romania as if they were naturally bounded together.

To date I've written and reblogged on several subjects:
Bulgarian society
The Thracians

Write about what inspires you!

All the best

Julien van Dommmelen