Why: Things I Want Your Heart To Know

Now, 10 years later, I am surprised to be alive. Not only that, but I am thriving. I have three children. All of them are in their 20’s and though I have had a tracheostomy, and I can’t move anything except my head, they have settled into “this is our life now.” They know what I can and can’t do, and we live our lives accordingly.

So, why do I call my site “Things I Want Your Heart To Know?” Because my three darlings need to know what is in my heart; and I wish for them to carry my love for them in their own.

17 Comments

  1. I love this idea. An inspirational, positive blog is what everyone needs in these trying times. Ready to sit back and enjoy your words of wisdom.. I love you ‘Jenny Jones’. ❤

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  2. Hello, please check my WordPress.com website – I have just finished that. It is website describing ALS experimental theory. It may look little bit weird but it has lots of important details and scientific information. I tried to write it for people like you. If you could find any relevancy with your case, I would be happy if you can provide feedback via your family etc. Also I would like to further help you, there can be a way. Wishing you all the best, lot of energy and indomitable spirit!

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    1. Hello Jennifer! I have turned off comments as I did not want spam or typical negative comments which could discourage others. But I can be contacted using the contact form or e-mail directly.

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      Following the site should be possible from the WordPress Reader page, but this link could help when you are looged as WordPress.com user:
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      New posts to be published very soon, hopefully today.

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