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Hey Jenny -
Thought I’d send you the link to the Health Advocate community. They could use your humor
Your blog is a breath of fresh air! I am working on a big project for MTNA in the coming days, and plan to reward myself at the end of each day’s work by reading one of your entries.
Love, Aunt Sigrid
Hi I tried to add myself to your mailing list but it only gave me the rss feed(?) and i don’t do that …. so if you could add this email to your list that would be awesome ! Hope you are doing well. Loved the interview with Heidi she is an amazing woman ! Thanks J
The Yahoo reader says your RSS feed has nothing on it. The URL hasn’t changed in the feedreader, so I wonder if something at your end is different?
Also, as “J” mentioned, the email link in the sidebar is the same as the RSS link, notice.
Hi Jenny! I just found your website/blog and I am loving it. Snark makes life just a little bit easier. I have spent the last hour ignoring the TLW telling me I can’t sit here any longer just so I could keep reading. I subscribed & can’t wait for new posts. Thanks for making me smile.
Hugs & pain free days,
I have a big favor to ask of you.
Could you add email service to your blog?
You currently off Feedburner RSS Feed. Unfortunately my OS is not compatible with the RSS feed. Therefore I am unable to follow your postings via my email inbox.
My OS is however compatible with the Feedburner Email service (which is free).
If you could I would be grateful.
Tried to post a link to your site on facebook for a friend but fb won’t let me, says it’s blocked for being too spammy or unsafe :S
m totally looking forward to reading your blog.
just wanted to give you a heads up that when i click on subscribe or another link you have for subscribing, it says it does not exist.
thanks in advance for looking into this.
ps heard of you via michael hobbs!
I wanted to recommend a very, helpful, resourceful, doctor who specializes in Fibromyalgia. Jacob Teitelbaum, MD. knows CFS and fibromyalgia as an insider. He contracted chronic fatigue syndrome while attending medical school and had to drop out for a year to recover. In the ensuing 30 years, he has dedicated his career to finding effective treatment. He has written several books about dealing with CFS and Fibromyalgia. He will be releasing his newest book, “The Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Solution,” this August. For more information you can check out his websites, http://www.endfatigue.com or http://www.vitality101.com/the-fibromyalgia-and-fatigue-solution. To preorder the book, you can go to http://www.amazon.com/The-Fatigue-Fibromyalgia-Solution-Overcoming/dp/1583335145.
I stumbled across your blog a few months ago and cannot believe how similar your experiences have sounded to my own. I’m only 19 years old and have been suffering from the symptoms of fibromyalgia since I was 12, your blog has inspired me to create my own reporting my experience with it as a teenage girl in the hope to connect and raise awareness for fibromyalgia in teenagers!
Can’t describe how many times your blog has made me laugh on bad nights! xo
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