thank you


Today is Valentine’s day and I thought that it would be the perfect opportunity to thank you, my dear readers. During the time that my mother was ill and when she passed away I received an overwhelming amount of email and comments. It has been a very difficult time for me, and it still is, but the support of close friends and you, friends that I don’t know, has been a huge help to me. Your sweet words have made a difference and I can not thank you enough! I received messages from readers that are, of have been, going through a similar process. I wish them lots of strength and inner peace.

Happy Valentine’s day to you all!


(image source unknown; I’m trying to figure out where I found this image..)

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  • Danielle, we happened to stumble upon your blog …..that cold heart is beautiful and somehow not cold at all! You have a beautiful blog going here…….Happy Val day to you…we hope to be a regular here!

  • oh danielle.
    things will be difficult for a long time. although.. somehow, it does get better and one learns how to cope and live with this awful loss and longing for a lost love. the love will never ever be taken away from you. it will live within you and through you. forever and always.

    thank u for fab inspiration och happy valentines!

  • Danielle,
    Thanks for your heart-touching words and THANK YOU for your amazing blog. It always inspires me to come over here.
    Lots of love.

  • I say hello to you from Tczew, Poland. From time to time I visit your blog and really enjoy it. Thank you, that you are here. Have a nice day. oliwia

  • Danielle,
    You thanked us for virtually comfort you in this parallel universe in your hard time. I THANK YOU, EVERYDAY, for your inspiring posts.

  • Hi Danielle, I hope you are coping with your loss. I lost my younger brother aged 22 last November to leukaemia. I was lucky to have him in my life for as long and every day am inspired by his bravery and patience. He’s made me a better and braver person and taught me how to go on. Thinking of you, hearts.