Monday, December 25, 2006

Thank You, and Merry Christmas!

Okay, not everyone does Christmas, but I do, so I wish everyone the best on this holiday that is important to me and my family.

For everyone else, happy holidays! These days mean so many different things to the people who visit SharingOurDays. Some of them wonderful and some of them pretty crappy. Whatever is happening with you right now, I wish you your own piece of happiness today. We all deserve it.

- sean

Sean Spence
MS Advocate & Founder, SharingOurDays
www.SharingOurDays.com
www.MissouriToManhattan.com
seanspence@earthlink.net

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas to you, too! And thank you for stopping by Day by Day with Parkinson's & Peripheral Neuropathy. I appreciate the encouraging words and my link on your blog. I'll be adding your link to mine, as well.

3:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas Sean!

Thank you for your wishes and all the best to you - healthwise, soulwise, luckwise and of course lovewise - and I am glad you don't put me in the HIV "ghetto", because I don't belong there... no one does.

Dragonette
notperfectatall.blogspot.com

3:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas to you, too, Sean, and thanks for creating this blog, and thanks for your supportive posting on my blog (www.dahlborg.blogspot.com) the other day when I was feeling really, really low. The holidays can be challenging, and they can be wonderful, and both of those can be magnified for those of us with a life threatening or chronic disease.

Lynne

9:41 AM  
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