Christine Miserandino Participates in Photo I.D. for Verizon Fios Channel 1

 

I recently participated in a program called Photo I.D. which is a 2-3 minute mini-biography using pictures and your voice only. This will be aired on Verizon Fios Channel 1 in New Jersey and Long Island. It was a fun experience. Here is the video!

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  • unicorn

    Woooo! This is great, Christine. Hi, to all the spoonies, remember to check in with the boards, fb etc, take care

  • Wonderful. I love seeing and hearing you grow up right before my eyes.

  • Sharon Thompson

    To me, this is a powerful video that I was lucky enough to see. You are truly an inspiration to thousands, upon thousands of people, just like myself. I know I’m not alone and we’re all in this together, thank-you Christine and God bless you.

  • Dottie Balin

    Christine,

    What a great video and your photos are precious ! You are truly an inspiration to everyone. Thanks for sharing it with us. Also thank you again for ” BYDLS ” it is what I and many others get our strength from. Be well….

    Dottie 🙂

  • I just stumbled upon this site and it really speaks to me and a lot of the content is so reflective of my life emotional state these days!

    I was diagnosed with Chiari Malformation and fibromyalgia in 2010.

    I have heard of “spoon theory” before, but did not know where it originated.

    Christine, your optimism is contagious! Thanks for brightening my day!

    *hugs*

    -Kristin

  • Amy

    That was so wonderful!Thank you for all you do!!!

  • Heidi

    Christine–

    What a great presentation! I loved it. You are so inspiring. I also love your blog, and every day I tell someone about it, or just explain the “BYDLS” mantra I go by now. Thanks so much.

    Best,

    Heidi

  • Julie Van Norman

    Christine,

    Once again, thank you for being an inspiration to us all, and for creating this wonderful website where others who have pain, diseases and difficulties can find a place of refuge.
    You give us a voice to be heard, a place to be lifed up from our pain, somewhere to belong. A family that some of us do not have. A safe place to be encouraged, enabled, inspired, challenged and empowerd with hope for today and tomrrow.
    Thank you for having the courage to create something wonderful from your tragedy. We all so need to believe again that life is not over because of what we have no control over, but we can still do something with what we have now.

  • Cathi VonFricken

    Wow! Christine, you are an amazing young woman and an inspiration to us all with chronic illnesses. You have helped me more than you will ever know. God bless!

  • vickijane73

    Fantastic!!! what an ispiration you are 🙂 please keep doing what your doing, it helps so many fellow sufferers.
    Thankyou for twittering, I really dont know how i’d get through each day without you.

    lots of spoonie luv -x-