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08/25/2011

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Sarah,

I've struggled with when to post this, and how, because to delve into specifics this would need to be an e-mail not a post, and I don't actually know you, but your birthday seems a good time to finally get around to saying this.

Thank you.

Thank you for your blog. And your honesty. And your humor. I went through, well, the suckiest point in my life at the beginning of this year after enduring what had already been a really sucky 2010. I was going through something that at the time I couldn't really share with a lot of my friends, and through following you on twitter I found your blog. At a time when I was really sad and felt really alone, I went back through the archives and read every single one of your posts. You kept me company during a really rough patch. You made me laugh. You made me cry. And you made me feel a little less alone.

I imagine a lot of the time making the choice to be completely honest here on your blog is a difficult one for you. I hope you know that it's appreciated.

My dad always says that people reap what they sow. You've put good out into the world, I'm sure that will come back to you.

Thank you again. And Happy Birthday.

Happy Belated Birthday!!

And congrats on the pilot sale

OMG. You sold the second one??!!!

AWESOME!!!'

XO

Happy birthday! Here's hoping that next year on your birthday, you are even more sleep deprived than you were this year! ;)

Happy birthday! And what Liz said! :-)

Happy Birthday! Sounds like you had a great day. I saw a great sign the other day and thought of you. It said "God makes happy endings. If it's not happy, then it's not the end." You will have your little miracle one way or another! Wishing you a great year :)

Happy Birthday! And congratulations across the board!

i have never seen so many babies this weekend...we shopped for our trip to CA & babies were everywhere-channelling your biggest birthday wish-& every sweet face i saw took me back to when i was in your same spot at the same age making the same birthday wish. i had always wanted 2 children but by that time, i was just praying for one. just one. so many crappy mothers and there i was..wanting, really wanting. no desperately wanting. this was just not fair.
so, i continued to wish/hope/pray and one day...my birthday wish came true.
twins. by God's own touch. i hope you/we/us get what you want for your birthday, too. Wishes are granted & dreams come true. trust me on that.

Happy birthday to you Sarah! Thanks for writing such a fantastic blog (and TV shows too while we're at it!). Here's hoping for a wonderful year which sees a little bundle/s of joy coming your way!

Thanks to Jerie B for sharing such a special comment as well. It's amazing how much comfort can be drawn from the words and experiences of others.

Thanks to all of you for the good wishes! I have to give a special thank you to Bgirlla. Thank you! Your comment means a lot to me. Thank you for sharing it with me. I'm so glad this blog was helpful to you during a difficult time. It's helpful to me during difficult times, too! Wishing you all the best-- S.

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