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Thank You

Monday, August 12, 2013

I wanted to thank everyone who reads and comments on my blog. I'm not sure if you know how helpful that is to me.

Because of things that have happened to me in the past, I have a hard time trusting other people. I've always been intensely private and a control freak/perfectionist. In many ways, my own worst enemy. As I said in my previous blog, it's very difficult for me to admit failure of any type. When it happens, I just slink away and disappear.

When I logged in today and read the encouraging and motivational comments that my friends left for me, it gave me such hope and fresh determination. With the support I have found at SP, I know that I can do this.

And so can you.
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  • JUNESHOPE
    emoticon emoticon emoticon Spark friends are great aren't they? I feel bad because sometimes I don't have time to stay on long enough to read & remark on other sparker's blogs. But I do care, and I do love it when I see comments on mine. I try my best to always come back when things slow down, and comment on theirs too.
    1892 days ago
  • BLUSHIOUS
    A lot of us have a hard time trusting. You show us as much as you want. We are here. emoticon
    1893 days ago
  • MOMINE
    You almost sound like you are describing ME!! Hahahaha You are VERY welcome! It's just how it rolls here on SP. Today maybe I help you in some tiny way, but tomorrow (or soon) I'm gonna need to be propped up, and you and all my SP friends are gonna be there for me. emoticon emoticon

    It really does "Take a Village" emoticon
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    1894 days ago
  • PENNYPEARLS
    Wow! It's like you took the words right out of my mouth. I feel the same way. We can do this! emoticon emoticon
    1894 days ago
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