Teresa, What Does it Say to You?

I have actually been crabby because I couldn’t blog, or I should say I told myself no, don’t do it. Leave them alone for just a bit, but alas, I failed in that area. I need to blog. I love writing. I love my friends.

I have had several comments that helped me decide not to entirely give up my blogging. I will try harder to not post so much about Al though.

Some of my comments were:

Kath Jean RennieIn my thoughts…It will be a yr since mam passed, this Sunday…and it can still hit like a rock……You keep on writing, but as me with my artwork, sometimes they can be escapisim, when really time out to feel the impact and grieve is best

Janiece Naber MartindaleI will always your writings, I use it for inspiration to keep me going in my MSA journey with my husband



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No way are you ever boring!!!



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We are friends forever and don’t you ever forget that. Take care of yourself and by all means keep in touch. You are a real sweetheart and definitely a “keeper”.



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I get every post via email and I read every single one of them. There’s absolutely nothing wrong in expressing how you feel. Your writings don’t bore me for one. It only tells me what you’re going through. I also kind of think that your writing is quite therapeutic for you in that it gives you some form of release. A problem shared is half-solved don’t they say? Please, do what you have to do and take very good care of your self always. Hugs.

These are a few comments I have read from Facebook and WP. I am just too much of a worry wort. Afraid I will lose my wonderful friends by talking about Al too much, but I have gained new insight and you have given me confidence to keep going. Thank-you.

So just to make this post short and sweet, I will end it with the view I got right before dusk tonight.


What does Teresa say to you?

In researching I found this:

SoulUrge Number: 11People with this name have a deep inner desire to inspire others in a higher cause, and to share their own strongly held views on spiritual matters.

Expression Number: 5People with this name are excited by change, adventure, and excitement. They are dynamic, visionary and versatile, able to make constructive use of freedom. They fight being restricted by rules and conventions. They tend to be optomistic, energetic, intelligent, and to make friends easily. They may be changeable, restless, untidy, and rebellious.


13 thoughts on “Teresa, What Does it Say to You?

  1. Glad to see that you’re sticking around. But if you want to post about Al, then do so. Limiting yourself doesn’t help anyone, but most of all, it doesn’t help you. Be true to yourself. Don’t worry about your readers. We love you the way you are. You don’t have to change for us.


  2. Your blog, your choice of what to…and how much to…post 🙂

    I’ve gone through periods of time when I’ve wrestled with what to or the amount to post. I try to remember why I first started my blog and that was for an outlet for my thoughts. When if becomes an obligation or for other people, it becomes a lot less fun to me. So I say write what you want, whenever you want 🙂


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