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20.4.14 / 4.20.14 (depending on where you live):
Hi! I just wanted to give a shout-out to a bunch of people who have written to me and seriously brightened my day!
Shout out to:
Cameron Von St. James (if any of you remember, he was mentioned in another post, I think it was Never Feeling It Again)
Hope you are doing well. I have been following your blog and Twitter for awhile and wanted to let you know I enjoy your content. So much so that I’ve nominated you for a Liebster Award. You can learn more at my nomination post listed below. I hope you chose to participate and I look forward to reading the answers to the questions I am asking my nominees.
Hi there. I just had a chance to have a look at your blog and I am simply impressed by the style of your writing. Can’t wait to read it all. I am now following you and hope you don’t mind.
Please consider You Are The Placebo book by Joe Dispenza. Please look into what he has to offer. all the very best to you, dear lady
sorry bout your fibro, that sucks ass.
Ps. Read a few of your blogtexts… you have skillz as a writer. Keep going at it and good luck with the novel.
hi there! You are such a strong woman and i admire your attitude towards life =) keep that up!
I’m here by chance, like a window which opened up by coincidence or maybe by fate. You liked my blog, so out of pure curiosity I ended up here. Read about you and the story of the princess and the pea. It touched me deeply. I knew then and there, this was a place I would end up sometime during the days ahead, highly probable every day.
Not because you are sick, but because even though you are not in full health, you leap above those physical restrictions and move on. That courage is what brings me here and moved me to write something to you. Anything to let you know, that what you write means a lot to some people, people that you will never know, from lands you have never been. That is the magic of blogging.
Thank you for your work. I plan to keep in touch with you, if you will let me in.
Thank you so much for the mention. I hope you’re great, and doing amazing!
Dear Ella, I found your blog because you liked one of my posts. Little did I expect to find a blog I could relate to so closely. Fibro has touched my family too and I can relate all too closely with your story. I’ve seen how it tries to stifle and block any and every attempt to eke out even the simplest and most basic enjoyment of life. It steals lives. And to those people who think it’s only worth fighting if you ‘get better’. fuck ’em. they don’t know shit. In the words of Saint Whedon, “If nothing we do matters then all that matters is what we do.”
Hi, I just read your recent post and have started following you. I got CFS in 1997 and have had some FM symptoms too over the years. I will write you a longer post later but just wanted to quickly give you the link for a blog who I recently discovered when they followed mine :) – I think it will really encourage you, as she also suffers from Fibro.
Gotta dash now – heading over to a friend’s place, but look forward to hearing from you and encouraging you in your journey/ reading more of your posts :)
I am very touched and brought back to a place that I thought was behind me. Sally, my wife, fought the bastard for 20 years along with it’s sister Lupus.. I will continue to follow your story and urge you not to give up. Everyday you must move forward in your own way. Try to find gratitude in the little stuff and just know that there is another out here that has heard the stupid questions, felt the shame of wondering if you were just a wimp, and sitting in a new doctors waiting room dreading the experience of all the tests and questions knowing in your heart they are going to say the same old thing – you have fibro.
I was moved by your writings. Please do write some more. BTW, thanks for sharing these.
your words are kind of magical full of colour and point to non – words thx
Your words are like rain drops, they fall hard but are soft and fluid. Or maybe like a song, with light sounds but driven by strong emotion. I love your writing. It inspires me (in case you couldn’t tell… :P )
Hello kindred spirit. I’m having a panic day, so to be honest I only read one of your postings but I liked it. I’m totally new on this site, just needed a place to get it all out and this seems to be a good place.
Hope you are having a peaceful day.
I must say I’m impressed with your work as I’ve been sitting here reading through some of your posts. Keep up the great work! It is inspirational! Music and pictures and all.
Your blog is an inspiration and I know my story won’t touch upon your life but it kind of made me put my life in perspective. So thank you.
After reading your blog, I wrote this story: http://storiesnotworthreading.wordpress.com/2013/12/27/hinged-lives/
Such a wonderful writer you are. A way with words you have. I will be back. I’ve made a new friend I feel. Thank you.