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September 08, 2007


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What a brave and beautiful post Kat - thanks for sharing some of your story with us. It sounds like life has been a battle for you for so long and it's wonderful to read that your strength is returning and that you're able to enjoy getting out more. Your Mum and Dad sound like very special parents and you obviously have a wonderful close and loving family. I'm so pleased that you like the banners and I'll email you back shortly x

Hello! This is my first visit--and I'm so glad to have found you! Your post is so wonderful, full of hope and life! It is terrific to see the transfomational photos, your "before" and "after." So very glad you are gaining some strength and able to enjoy many things again. A loving, supportive family, and friends makes all the difference. Your experience with fatigue reminds me of my own--I have narcolepsy, which is a real drain on energy. I feel tired all the time. Yoga is a big help--it's saved my life. So has crafting. And I love all the creations you share here. You take wonderful photos too. Lovely new banner! I look forward coming back and reading/seeing more. Happy Days :o)

Hi Kat. I missed this post for some reason..could be because the last few days have been wonderful weather and I have been out in nature, savoring the sunshine and enjoying it with my dear little children. On Friday we went to the nature reserve, my favorite place (photos on my blog) and today we sat in the garden and had a picnic and then planted seedlings.
I could never begin to imagine what you have gone I won't even try! But I just wanted to say that I think you are very brave and positive and also kind in sharing your thoughts that give us who are fine and healthy some insight into what others go through. but also your story may in turn encourage and help someone undergoing something similar to you. Your parents sound wonderful and very supportive and you should not feel ashamed that you are still living with them or that when you speak about your outings, you speak about going out with them, family is so important and something wonderful to have! I can't believe the transformation from your Jan 06 photo to the ones of you now, so amazing-now you have light and a sparkle in your eyes! Thanks for sharing this Kat. Take care...Bonnie

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