Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Chronic Illness Awareness Week!

This week is Chronic Illness Awareness Week!
Go to:
http://www.restministries.org/invisibleillness/conference.htm#schedule
for information about the upcoming conference schedule that you can access online!

8 comments:

Becca said...

Em, I think it is so cool that you are doing this blog to help others out there who are suffering from a chronic disease like you are. You constantly amaze me with your positive attitude, outlook, and knowledge! People could learn a lot from your example and advice!

Lindsey Sharp said...

I totally agree with Becca! You are awesome! I really appreciate you helping me whenever you can! It means so much to me! I love you!Thank you for sharing such personal thoughts and feelings with us!

Ben and Heidi said...

Hey Em its Heidi. I saw on Lindseys blog that you started this up. You are such an incredible lady and I admire you so much for all you have put into finding out things about your illness and sharing them with others to help them. You are awesome!!

chel wakley said...

Em it was so fun seeing you on Saturday. You are such a doll. I feel so blessed to have you in my family. I love you girl

carrs in tally said...

Emily, you are amazing! I love your blog- it's so inspirational!!!

Rina said...

Since when do you have a blog? I love it. It such good information and a nice outlet for you too! Thanks for sharing, Em!

HALL FAMILY said...

Emily! Hey this is Kayla from S.C. I have asked Lindsey about you many times wondering how you are doing. I think about you a lot. The reason is because I understand chronic illness the strain it takes on all aspects of your life. Mine was a temporary chronic illness ya that sounds weird I know but I had a disease that only flares when pregnant so needless to say I'm not having anymore biological children. It takes such a toll on your mental and emotional state to suffer so much and on your relationships and marriage. I had D&C 121,122,123 on my nightstand to get me through. I put your name on the temple roll and pray for you often. Its something that is very near and dear to my heart. I wish you the best recovery. Love ya Kayla

Chronic Illness survival said...

Thank you girls for all your wonderful comments. Love you! I really appreciate your love and support. Thank you! Em