Saturday, May 16, 2009

Thank You, Internet

While some may say this is wrong - this sharing, this writing, this blog - I have to say that I feel part of one amazingly strong community.
I am beyond lucky to have such a supportive group of friends, IRL and URL.

Internet, you are saving my ass. Thank you for paying for the roof over my family's head right now.

I am without words...that alone says something.


Thank you.

23 comments:

GraceD said...

You would do it for any of us. You would.

xo always

Anonymous said...

Glad to help. Wish it could have been more.

SUEB0B said...

The internets haz got your back, baby!

flutter said...

Do you need more?

anytime, you know...

GraceD said...

Hi Flutter - Our gwendomama will never say yes to that, but I will - Yes! She needs more! Go over to the link I listed above. Thanks and peace and love and flower power!

xo GraceD

nakedjen said...

the header, it looks GOOD! love it. and you most certainly would do it for any one of us. i know i've been on the receiving end of your kindness far too many times to count.

i have a BIGGER IRONIC story to share with you, but i'll email it. or call you. or something.

xoxox more than you know.

mamadaisy said...

SuperMama, you ROCK!
xo
J

Cindy said...

Yay!! So glad to see this new header! That is YOU.

Linda said...

What I like best, is when I can help someone because I WANT to, because I CARE. I might pass the face on the street, and not recognize. But I know the heart. Without question.

Cagey said...

Be kind to yourself and be proud that you GOT OUT. And yes, he will keep blaming YOU because he has to.

A relative of mine and a friend of mine both escaped deadly situations. In both situations, the husband AND the families blamed the victims and put intense pressure to not report it.

Again, be proud of yourself for having the courage to get out.

Lynnbug said...

Love your Header--and your strength.

tangobaby said...

Liz at Badgermama sent me the link to your site and your story and I was happy to do my part. I hope that the days before you just get better and better, for you and your children.

Denise said...

Hey girl been away for a few weeks but missed you. i have two friends that want to be added to your blog. I can vouch for them. here is their addys....
yepthatzme316@aol.com (Roni)
kyla_graham@hotmail.com (Ky)

April said...

I've never read your blog before, but came from Britini's blog. I have been in your shoes and I know it's not easy. Just hang in there, as you're doing, and I promise things will get better.

I wasn't able to help a whole lot, but I gave a little. I know every little bit helps!

Stay strong!!

Alexicographer said...

I came over from LFCA.

My father always wondered how my mother could do that to their family, too. I am so sorry. She survived, she protected us, she got out, she still protects us, we are all strong and whole. My brother is a wonderful father who took what his own father did and multiplied it by negative one. I wish you the strength and fortitude of my mother and your children the love and many blessings my brother and I have enjoyed.

Martha said...

Here from LFCA, sending my best.

Lin said...

How could I say no to someone who sent me the most incredibly rich and fabulous chocolate brownies with a tiny little blue pig salt shaker filled with la sel de la belle France!

Well, that and the fact that I'm a big fan of yours. xoxo

Lin said...

Ever thought of opening a bakery or a tiny shop that only sells delicious yet curiously cute food?

calliope said...

here from LFCA and wishing I could hug you tight. What you have been through...just no words. You are a kick ass, awesome, amazing and SUPER mama.

Reade said...

read your story through the fabulous nakedjen. if my 93 year old grandmother knows anything - this too shall pass. stay strong sista!

skyesofblue said...

You go girl. Believe me I think that allot of things in my life would have been better if I could have had a tool like this to vent to. Keep writing, don't ever stop.
If you stop writing you will stop living.

Catherine said...

God Bless you and your family

office said...

The Tax Return Crack-Up<4>
Realizing he might have dug himself in there,Microsoft Office 2010the general emphasized that Office 2010he had spent some time as a junior Office 2007officer working "very closely Microsoft Officewith the Israeli air force" and that heMicrosoft Office 2007had found that "more cosmopolitan,Office 2007 key liberal version of the Israeli population" Office 2007 downloadto be just chock full Office 2007 Professionalof that sort of "goodwill" necessary Windows 7to give a bunch of land back Microsoft outlook 2010to the Palestinians.