Friday, 16 November 2012

Multiple Photos for Multiple Mummy and a Blog Hop for Healing

Every time Multiple Mummy's husband Multiple Daddy updates her blog, my heart stops. Is it good news? My heart fills to the point of bursting, and I hang on his every word. He writes very well. Thank God he is keeping us informed.

Kerry is definitely one of my favourite bloggers and has a heart as big as an ocean.  She has time, love and patience for every blogger out there, and is always thoughtful and considered whenever she says or writes anything.  She is one talented lady and even started Science Sparks with her friend Emma.  I met them (not for the first time) at Christmas in July 2011 when they were so very excited about its launch.

I first met Kerry at a Nivea event, and we've stayed in touch ever since. I miss her, I really do.  I know she would have been so very proud to have won her Mad award; luckily her hubby collected it on her behalf.

*** I personally took all of the below photos - feel free to share any more ***

Having a facial, the first time I met her:


 Large as life at Cybermummy 2011:

Cybermummy 2011.  Kerry was so so proud to have been representing (and sponsored by) Born Free.

In the lap of luxury at Boots' Christmas Press Show 2011:
"Boots" Christmas Press Show - yes Kerry did meet Fern Cotton! and I did meet Gok Wan! and he rubbed cream on me!

At Boots' Treat Street event:

Always a winner - she won that laptop bag and absolutely LOVED it!

I constantly think about the power of prayer, and more importantly what it can do, when it is synchronised and coordinated.

I read about how people are putting the recovery of Fabrice Muamba down to the power of prayer. I knew I wanted us - bloggers - to do the same, but was too scared to ask.

Tonight I have asked. Bloggers have replied.

Thankfully the idea has support.

So I ask that you hand over your blog and your heart, on Saturday 24th November and let thoughts of Kerry, aka Multiple Mummy ripple through the cyber waves.

Let us all say a coordinated prayer for her at 10 p.m. on Saturday 24th November.

Of course if you are not religious and do not pray, then medidate, or make a wish, or do what feels right for you.

Please if you can, do a dedicated blog post to her on Saturday so that she has her own HEALING CORNER of the world wide web on Saturday...

Connect with me on G+ where I have set up an event.

Share any other ideas you may have to enhance this endeavour.

Linky here:

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Healing 4 Kerry Pinterest board here - feel free to pin anything relevant

Hashtag for Twitter #Healing4Kerry

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Unfortunately due to my Google Blogger "dynamic" template, the linky list is only visible if you click through, but if you grab the code whilst there, it should be fully visible on your blog as it is with Crazy With Twins
My Life, My Son, My Way
Science Sparks and
Mummy From The Heart

Tales of a Twin Mum has also now written a beautiful post

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In an attempt to use every online medium possible, to raise awareness and healing, Multiple Mummy is on you tube too, here interviewing Mark Hill to find out how to make her straight hair curly.

She does of course, being the online guru that she is, have her very own You Tube channel here: Multiple Mummy You Tube channel.

Alice Baillie from My Life My Son My Way has written the below so that we can all post it on our blogs on 24th November.  Tired Mummy of Two and I did a little editing and tweaking, but the idea and the bulk of it is from Alice:


I think it is beautiful,
Liska xx

55 comments:

  1. I prayed for her now and will continue to pray for her each day. I've not visited many blogs in a very long time and did not know what happened to Kerry. I've now gone over to her blog and caught up on her husbands posts.
    How heart breaking. My prayers are with the family x #powerofprayer

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    1. Thank you Tinuke. Thank you so much. Saturday will be amazing xxx

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    2. Tinuke did you see the most recent one he's done? With a you tube video? You'll need tissues.

      #Healing4Kerry trended on twitter for 2.75 hours last night

      xxx

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  2. Have already started to draft my post Liska. Mich x

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    1. you as usual are so organised. Thank you also for circulating the news on Facebook and Twitter as you have xx

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  3. I had no idea this was going on. MM is a blog I dip into from time to time and I'd not visited for a while. Kerry is in my thoughts and my prayers and I shall definitely join you next Saturday for an intensive group effort on her behalf.

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    1. Thank you darling. You're a star. I awoke to the news that there were 180 strikes overnight - I hope you are ok.
      Liska xx

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  4. Beautiful idea Liska, I will be joining in Mari x

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    1. Thank you - can you let your Brit Mums crew know all about it. Liska xx

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  5. What a lovely idea. And so nice to see pictures of her when she was well - a good reminder of what and who the person behind the situation is

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    1. You've hit the nail on the head - I am trying to make people "connect" with the person she was when radiant and well, so that they focus on THAT person when praying. Power of positivity and prayer is transformational.
      Also wanted to make sure any newer bloggers know the lady behind the blogger.
      Liska xx

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  6. Beautiful Liska, and so lovely to see the photo's. I will be joining in too. Big hugs, Emma xxx

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    1. All morning, all I have wanted is to hear from you, that it's okay to do this.
      I did it in a mad rush of enthusiasm last night and then thought "I wish I had asked Emma first".
      Thank you darling
      Liska xxxx
      P.S. Spread the word - I really really believe in the power of prayer, and blogging was such a big thing to her, like her church and I know she is Christian xxx

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    2. Oh lovely, there was no need to ask me. Kerry is so loved in our community and I'll do anything I can to help her. xxx

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    3. Thank you. Will be great to see her in everyone's hearts and on everyone's blogs on Saturday. Miss her so much.
      I have set it up as a G+ event for 10 p.m. 24 November on my G+ page. Some people have already accepted the invite.
      Liska xxx

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  7. Over on the MM blog Multiple Daddy has said: What a lovely idea…. I am overwhelmed x Thank you so much, everyone’s support means so much

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    1. Thank you. Have a MM themed post for 24 Nov, and pray at 10, and spread the word.
      Thanks so much
      xx

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  9. I will definitely be thinking of her x

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  10. What a lovely idea Kerry and family are in my prayers. xxx

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  11. Wonderful idea Liska I will be joinign in on Saturday I think of Kerry often xx

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    1. Me too, thought of her everyday since I heard the news. Thank you Sarah xx

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  12. What a supportive and lovely idea. Am marking my calendar now.

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    1. Thank you so much Jen will be awesome to have your and Brit Mums support.
      Liska x

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  13. A wondeful idea I have not yet met kerry but we have been praying for her a long while now.I am with you

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  14. We have never met Kerry but were moved by her husbands heart felt posts.Will definitely be thinking of her x :)

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  15. I've added you on G+ but it won't let me access the event :( I will keep trying, and will make a post even though my blog isn't of the parenting genre. Her husband was one of my teachers at school, so I am always praying for Kerry, Nick and the children. This is a wonderful idea :)

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    1. Hi. First I found your blog, which helped me find you on G+. I've now created a circle to put you in :-) and manually sent you an invite to the event.

      How lovely that Nick was one of your teachers. What a small world.

      Thank you for popping over and looking forward to touching base with you on 24th November.

      Liska
      P.S. you have a gorgeous blog
      xxx

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    2. Excellent, thank you very much. I will certainly make sure to post on 24th November. Kerry's brother was in my class at school as well, certainly is a small world, and makes you realise how close to home these things can happen :(

      Chloe x

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    3. Wow, so you pretty much know the whole family. You will add depth to our collection prayers then.
      Thank you so much for connecting with us.
      Much love,
      Liska x

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  16. Date in the dairy, I never knew Kerry in real life but she was a great on line friend and I think about her so much.

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    1. She's a very popular blogger and an awesome lady - I can't wait till she is back with us and her family xx

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  17. Feel free to copy and paste the pic/poem onto your blog people! Thank You for adding it Liska xx

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    1. I hope we can spread the word about it x

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  18. lovely photos Liska, I'm always thinking of Kerry. Lovely idea x

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  19. Liska, this is such a wonderful idea. I really do believe in the power of positve thought and there is so much love out there for Kerry it will surely help. It brings back such lovely memories to se the photo of us all at Cybermummy. It was an honour to be able to offer her sponsorship on behalf of BornFree. Meeting and spending time with Kerry was one of the nicest experiences of my life, she is a truly wonderful woman and has a beautiful soul that shines through. I feel blessed to be her friend and miss her very much. I'll be joining in on Saturday xxx

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    1. Thank you so much. I contacted you and Freya, about 5 days ago, as I know you are the two companies she worked closest with. Was a bit gutted when I heard back from neither so it is LOVELY to hear from you. I had been in contact with you on email (back in the day) and also had the pleasure of meeting you at Cybermummy - you're in the photo above :-) :-) which is wonderful
      If you still write for Born Free then feel free to publish a post for 24th and if you are on Twitter, use the hashtag #Healing4Kerry.
      The prayers/thoughts/meditations Saturday will be at 22:00 and the run up to.
      Loved By Parents is also getting involved as is Britmums.
      Lovely to hear from you. I miss her too and really loved reading your comment here.
      Liska xxxx

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    2. Liska, I'm so sorry your email didn't reach me, unfortunately I don't work for BF anymore so that account is no longer active. Thank you so much for trying to get in touch though, I remember you very well from back in the day when I had the pleasure to do some BF outreach with you and meet you at CM. I'm on fb so please stay in touch on there (I added the link to my name). It's lovely to be in contact with you again xxx

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    3. It was a tweet to the Born Free twitter account. Did they get in touch to notify you about it, or did you find this by chance? I am intrigued now.
      Lovely to be in contact I agree.
      Thank you so much for stopping by and will try to find you on FB.
      Much love,
      Liska x

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    4. They didn't get in touch with me :( but I am still working in social media for another company and follow pretty much everyone I did before. I try to keep up with what's happening and obviously I keep an almost contant watch on how things are going with Kerry. Lots of love and fingers crossed for saturday xxx

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  20. A lovely post, the first of many i imagine. Kerry is such a lovely lovely lady, it seems very quite in the ether without her

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  21. A wonderful post with so many happy photos of beautiful Kerry. Lets hope a miracle happens after tonight x x

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  22. Beautiful post. I'll be praying.

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  23. Such beautiful posts you've been dedicating to Kerry and such lovely idea. I'm hoping it really does help

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  24. I wrote a short blog, but I can't register on the linky. (blogging via my phone)
    I will tweet and wish Kerry well.
    http://mummysrandomblog.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/healing4kerry-like-big-prayer.html

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  25. Thank you for stopping by my blog but most of all, thank you for inviting me to be a part of this awesome group of the praying faithful. It feels good to be united in this, even if I am half way around the world. God bless you.

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  26. Such a lovely idea for such an amazing person. Get well soon Kerry.

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  27. I miss her everyday x

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