Thanksgiving Wishes

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As I sit down to write this, the Turkey is already in the oven. Whether you are entertaining in your own home or being someone else’s guest, remember to have a heart full of gratitude. That is of course the essence of this holiday.

I urge you all to take a few minutes to create a list of all the people and things in your life for which you are grateful.  You might be surprised how long it will be.

For now I will close by saying I am grateful for all of you who read the articles, blogs, books and follow EB info world on Twitter or liked our page on Facebook. The aim is to make EB more known, more understood, so that Doctors and Nurses will not hurt these children while they are trying to help them and that more funds will be raised so a cure will be found… sooner, rather than later.

My gratitude to you and my best wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving,

 

Mom to 3 boys, 1 in heaven, 2 on earth. My first son Alex (whose demise is most likely EB related) was stillborn at full term. After a miscarriage, I had my second son Nicky, who has the Recessive Dystrophic form of Epidermolysis Bullosa. My youngest son, Connor, is 100% healthy, and I never, ever take it for granted. I am an author, photographer, graphic artist, webmaster, blogger and more.

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