Thank You for Caring

Well, I’ve been ill and incapable of holding a whole thought let alone writing so my stats on my site have dropped significantly.

I was receiving a reading rate of over 122 per day, now I’m lucky to get 20. I am very glad you who still frequent this site have stuck by me. Your loyalty means the world to me.

I continue to feel better. I only have had two good days now, and I am eternally grateful for them and to my Psychiatrist who has helped me enormously.

I guess today is a day to say thank you and to be grateful. So, I am doing both.

Thank you to all of you who didn’t give up on me.

Thank you to my psychiatrist and therapist who has been working hard with me.

I’m extremely grateful for you.

Thank you.


Special True Friend

Crystal A. Dedes

It has meant so much
Having you as a friend.
You will always be a part of me
Until the end.

When times are tough,
You are always there.
It has brightened my world
Just knowing you care.

You make me feel the love
I have inside.
You are a friend,
A mentor, a guide.

Since we met,
Our friendship has grown.
While you’re in the world,
I will never be alone.

I feel blessed to have met
Someone like you
And to have found a friendship
So special and true.

7 thoughts on “Thank You for Caring

  1. Don’t worry about the stats, Shirley. Even if you only had a handful of people reading, you would still be making a difference in their lives. That’s what matters. You are helping people! Glad to hear you have had some good days and are feeling better.


  2. Oh no. I’m sorry to hear that! I hope you can find a way to retreat to a quiet space to be by yourself, away from the crazy, so you can find some calm. I send you peaceful thoughts and hope your day gets better.


    1. Thanks Lari. At least I’m learning, for the first time in my life, to reach out when I’m feeling this way. Its a breakthrough. I just wish I was sane enough to enjoy it.


      1. That’s excellent that you have arrived at a place where you are able to reach out. Having that awareness is enough. Don’t add the extra pressure of feeling like you should be able to enjoy it. It’s good as it is! By the way, I think you might be mixing me up with Lari. I am Lemony. 🙂


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