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March 19, 2009

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Heidi

Hi!
I absolutely love your blog. That swimming thing you talked about...its so true. Do not give up, swim and float for a while when you need to but do not give up.
When I feel down I just see your blog and forget all my problems at least for a while. Thanks for that!

Di

hahahaha we laugh at this scene of the Nemo movie every time we watch it... Ellen DeGeneres played the role perfectly and unforgettably.

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal


elyse

hi analise,

happy spring! i hope you are still swimming and feeling better.

xo

karla nathan

Maybe you should take a little break and float around a bit??? Go easy on yourself!!

kayola

Boy oh boy...I needed to read that post...I am so right there with you...LIFE....WOWIE! Thank you for the reminder to keep swimming...

Mummakat

Amen Sista. I'll keep swimming if you will.

Andrea Villarreal

So sorry to hear you are having a hard time right now. I really love your blog and enjoy your ETSY shop. Good luck to you and I truly hope things turn around for you for the better. Tomorrow is another day:)

Kris

I've been saying that A LOT especially trying to keep my head up. Times are tough and we'll get through it. I so love Nemo.
TGIF!

Cheryl Dack

You're doing such a great job, my friend. :) I'm so proud of all you do and so thankful and grateful for your friendship. Mwah! :)

april

cheer up charlie :)

pamela

Thanks for the encouragment. Sometimes you just have to keep your head down and swim. Because giving up isn't in any of us!

Berlin

Swim lady swim, us fans of your work will forever cheer you on :)

elyse

spring is coming ... tomorrow. think of it as a new season, filled with hope, possibilities, blossoms, and inspiration. let your creativity help you. hang in there.

beaming you sunny thoughts and rooting for you.

xo

elizabeth

Analise,

Your work gives me so many smiles. Please keep swimming. How can I help?
Elizabeth

karin@creativechaos

You absolutely can not quit...you are far too talented.

"A ship in the harbor is safe. however, that's not what ships were made for."

Jennifer

I love your work and your honesty, and I just read a quote that smooth waters never made for good sailors.

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