I wish I had as much courage as the Bloggess. Also, I want her red dress.

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Judy, Judy, Judy November 20, 2012 at 6:05 am

I’m with you. Aspire to her courage, long for her red dress!

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Skye November 19, 2012 at 12:54 pm

Her husband is also okay with it, altho’ I’m not sure if they talked about how open she’d be about their lives beforehand or not.

I kind of hide my blog by not giving away too many identifying details (I hope) and not using my last name. To hide it from potential clients/employers. Don’t know if it’s working or not.

I say, go for a pseudonym blog and let us know individually. Or have one of us add it to our blogroll.

And you can call me any time. If you don’t still have my number (I’m not sure if I have yours easily accessible), email me and I’ll give it to you. We are here for you, always. You don’t have to do everything by yourself. You have supportive sisters, even if all we can give is verbal and emotional support.

If I didn’t have to worry about finding work, I could be more visible with my blog. And I’d love her red dress, too. I’d love to have a photographer take gorgeous photos of me in my dress, but I’d have to work hard on the gorgeous: The Bloggess has those eyes and that amazing face.

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Kate George November 19, 2012 at 1:24 pm

You are amazing and beautiful too, Skye. You just don’t see it because it’s you.

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KarenB November 19, 2012 at 9:30 am

I think people like The Bloggess exist so the rest of us have something to aspire to. Although her courage was born from the desperation of her mental illness, so I’m not sure I really, truly want to go there. I want her red dress too.

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