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07 March 2013

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For everything my eye falls upon and my mind lands on, including your blog.

I am sure he is thankful/grateful for you and your visits, Corey. Surely you are a bright spot in his days. In addition to the actual food and drink, the fresh air and change of environment will be "food for thought" in the hours and days ahead--positive memories to store up.

(strawberry tart--yum!)

EVERYTHING, from small to big, especially for my family. I am grateful for their existence! A friend suggested before closing my eyes at night to say 3 things I am grateful for so that I would sleep on a happy note. I used to struggle to find 3 now I can't even stop at a dozen - it's just a matter of retraining the mind. I am happy that this morning I swam in the ocean before I had to go to work! I am grateful I can purchase a coffee to take on the drive to work... my list is endless! I am grateful Corey taught me to stop the car on a great song and dance in the street or the side of the road at least! Thank you for sharing your life with us all. You are an inspiration! x

I so thankful for this sunny day. To wash my face in the warm glo, and for the music that is playing in my head. A day to live full in. My cousin had the same condition your friend has. She was the most extrodinary, passionate lady. She felt so deeply every nuance of life. She was the wisest soul.I am thankful to have had her in my life. I'm thankful that your friend has you.

Everything, even that darn cold I've had for the past week, as I know that it will keep me immune to similar germs for a few months, and because it gave me a bit of time in bed to read.

You gave him practical, doable advice, Corey, not platitudes or BS. You are wise.

Today and right this minute I am thankful for my 19 year old Siamese cat Simba who greeted me with one of his special meows when I walked in the door from work.

i read your blog yesterday, Corey, and didn't know how to respond but then how does one respond to such depression? I'm glad that your friend made an effort today....

Thankful things: my son who is making leaps and strides, my father's 76th birthday (getting ready for yet another trip, this time to Eastern Africa to camp for 20 days with my almost 73 year old mother), my faith, God's faith in me, my knitting which is my portable love gifts to others, my husband, and a lovely day.

Thank goodness for a Strawberry Tart . . . it may have opened a window . . . You are a good soul . . . I feel thankful reading this post . . .

Today, after hearing of many others that are ill . . . I am very thankful for my health.

I am thankful for my girlfriends. I had lunch with one today.

I am thankful for my little suitcase all packed and ready to go on a weekend adventure. Small celebrations!

I am so very thankful for
my beautiful friends, old and new.

Today I "accidentally" met another
friend.
We were brought together by your blog.
This makes two new friends I have
because of you..........

I am thankful for you.

My son. It is his birthday today!
Also, I am thankful your friend laughed. That he was capable of feeling joy is a very good sign.

Thankful for being able to connect and read Tongue in Cheek at the end of a long day.

i love how you responded to his needs-and the VERY DELICATE BALANCE you struck and your understanding of his actions-I am glad it did him good to get out-slow and steady will win this "race"- each day progress in the direction of healing-thanks for sharing and remember... ALWAYS- so many people pulling for him those that comment and the silent strength of prayers from those that do not-i am thankful to have watched les intouchables this afternoon- A GREAT UPLIFTING MOVIE!!

Your friend is SO lucky to have good friends in you and Yann.

My friend has suffered depression for 10 yrs. severe. She fakes that she's ok but she is not. Lexipro has helped a lot. Nothing else has. I'm grateful for that drug or she cannot get out of bed. Do you know what fuels your friend's depression? Or if it is just brain chemistry?

For one thing, I am thankful for your blog, Corey. The beauty of your words and photos brings me much joy every day .
Truly.

My two dearest and oldest friends. After almost 50 years we know each other inside and out. Like a family we have gone through this life knowing we will always have one another.

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