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I am…

The author of 300 Word Limit, focusing on life anecdotes (telling it one story at a time), fitness and health, and pop culture (love, love, love). Take a look around – there’s a little sumthin’ sumthin’ for everyone.

 

Gail

Gail

14 Responses »

  1. Great work! But I’ve got nothing profound at the moment. So . . . Hi.

  2. Hey Gaily, Just found you through The Daily Post and am LOVING the 300 word limit concept. I like all your stories, especially the face tattoo one. Can’t wait for more!

  3. Okay, so I see you have the versatile blogger award already, but I nominated you anyway. If you wish to still accept my offer, you’ll find the link here: http://sarahneeve.wordpress.com/2013/01/20/shucks-you-people-are-too-damn-kind/#more-1753 🙂

  4. I’m nominating you for the Beautiful Blogger award. Look for a post during the week of 25th March!

  5. Hi Gail. I admire your courage and fortitude to continue..in the wake of your daughter on drugs. How do you survive day to day..wondering and not knowing?I am in the same boat..and feel like i am drowning..unable to help her, convince her she needs help, unable to block it out of my mind for more than a few minutes at a time…..I dont want to feel it anymore

    • Hello Mary, I want to respond thoughtfully and respectfully to you. I hear your pain and am sorry that you are going through such a terrible time. Yes, it is very difficult to be the mother of an addict. At this time I know where she’s at: jail. She’s also been sentenced to rehab and hopefully she’ll follow through; however, that has twice been unsuccessful. I have hope. I pray for her. I try to live MY life to the fullest and healthiest that I can. I fill my life with supportive friends. I talk about her, I write about her. But in regards to her addiction: I didn’t cause it, I know I can’t control it, and I can’t fix it. These words have given me strength over and over. I hear your struggle and if you haven’t done so already, please take care of yourself and seek help to talk to a professional to learn coping techniques, and look into Al Anon (a support group for family members of addicts). You will find the resources you need at one of their meetings (they are in every community). My prayers to you and your daughter. If you would like to talk further, I’d be happy to do so. Please email me at gailgreenblog@gmail.com so we can connect off-line.

  6. ‘On Writing: I write, not to be read, but for the pleasure of writing’.
    Well, this is what I like about your ‘about’. I know what that means. All the best with your exemplary party planning! You seem to have a lot of energy. Keep going! All the best!

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p.s. I write, not to be read, but for the pleasure of writing.

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