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  1. Sarah MumofThree World

    What a lovely photo of you both. You certainly have had an eventful life. I can’t imagine how frustrating it must be to have your independence taken away like that.
    I don’t like taking selfies, but people like to see them! I mainly take what I call ‘ugly selfies’, after I’ve been running. If you’ve been running, nobody can judge you and think that your hair is wrong or you’ve got too many wrinkles etc. If I post a picture of myself looking ‘nice’, people might not think I look nice!

  2. Jo

    Thanks for sharing your story with us. Im sorry to read you don’t have a better prognosis so it’s totally understandable you feeling so low. Your writing never comes across that way.

    5 children is certainly a great achievement as are your degree and blog. Wishing you brighter things.

  3. RachelSwirl

    You have most certainly done incredibly well! I can understand how you must feel down at times, it must be really difficult. Keep smiling and keep blogging, things will eventually become easier? I’m not sure those are the right words but I’m sure with time things may feel lighter.
    Thanks for linking up and for sharing your snaps with #MySundaySnapshot.

  4. karen reekie

    Thank you for sharing. It sounds like you have had to deal with something brutally tough, and I had never heard of it. You are clearly a strong person, even if you don’t feel it.
    Lovely selfie of you guys too.

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    Always great to capture memories and celebrate special moments like birthdays with photos. If you have any questions or if there’s anything else I can help you with, please feel free to ask.

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