Joy lies in the fight, in the attempt, in the suffering involved, not in the victory itself

(Ghandi)

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

A Post Secret Moment


7 comments:

Elizabeth A. said...

Is it horrible of me to be pissed I don't have a super creative gift to go along with my mental illness? Give me a silver lining here people.

Poor chick on the bottom has a long way to go, and I do feel for her. Which is the whole point of Postsecret really.

Sairs said...

I agree with the creative-ness. I would not trade it for the world. I was going to say that although you did not win the giveaway, would you like a copy of the file that has the cards in it, it's a publisher file? I could also pop you a copy of the CD in the post for you, as it might help you starting out with DBT and I really like it. Just email me at sabby120@netspace.net.au and I would love to do that for you if you would like :-)
*hugs*
Sarah

Lady_Amanda said...

Great post, Lil. I, in particular, like the statment about the mom. My Mom totally feels that way and it bug the heck out of me!

Hugs with blessings,
Amanda

bpdisme said...

Thanks for sharing. I definitely feel the creative aspect.

tracy said...

Hi Lil!

Damn, no creative gift here either...nothing to make up for what stupid mental illness has stolen from me, for the past 30 years.....


However, Lil...."i have a cunning plan.....".

Miss you,

tracy

Jen Daisybee said...

I didn't get that creativity gift either, so far as I can tell. I guess some of us were really ripped off.

Post Secret is great though. I love that site. And my mom totally has something in common with that girl's mom.

Anonymous said...

Is that a picture of Jane Austin? love it :)