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  1. Kim Carberry

    It sounds so frustrating with the ideas you have to make your garden look nicer but none of your family would help. The garland looks very pretty.
    What an idiot your cousin is. How is raising awareness about your condition shaming your family. They should be proud you could be helping others.
    You shouldn’t be ashamed of using the disability aids if they help.
    Good luck with the book. Stick with it, I am sure you will get there eventually and I hope Star finds the courage she needs to get through college. The first few weeks are always the hardest, it is such a big change from school x
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  2. Carrie Kellenberger

    Hi Lisa! Your garland is so beautiful! I can imagine it will look so beautiful there and I hope someone will help you soon. It’s frustrating when we need help and we don’t get it or have to wait or continually ask.

    Just like you, I’ve also experienced a family member shaming me. My sister and I haven’t spoken in three years after she sent me some hurtful messages about how I choose to blog and share my story. I never ever expected to be treated that way by family, but I guess we never know how others will react. It’s so hurtful and I really feel for you being in this situation.

    Take good care of yourself and see you next month!

  3. Lisa Ehrman

    It’s so very hard to accept our chronic illnesses. People without disabilities can’t understand how hard we hurt ourselves. If they only knew they would treat you better. I’m so sorry that you have been shamed by relatives! That’s so mean. Please continue sharing your struggles because that helped me to accept my illnesses. But, there are times when it comes back. I’ll pray that it gets easier for you. Gentle hugs..

  4. Jayne @ Sticky Mud and Belly Laughs

    Oh Anne I’m sorry to hear you’re having a tough time of it. I can only imagine how frustrating it must be for you.
    Also sorry that you haven’t had much help with your garden. Change the password to the Wi-Fi and get them all to muck in with the shed.
    Good luck with your book too. I really do hope things improve for you. Sending big hugs. xx

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