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Happy, happy, happy birthday love !!! And many , many more !!! :))))
Uploaded on: 04 Sep 2010 - 16:53 BST
Current rating: 5 out of 5
Number of votes: 4
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Fantastic Girl - Have a Fantastic Day! <3
04 Sep 2010 - 18:39 BST
How sweet! I share the birthday wishes:)
04 Sep 2010 - 22:04 BST
Gah! What a shock to see a pic of me in the fan gallery! Thanks so much Gecy for the sweet sentiment.
I said it once, I will say it again and again, Eddie Izzard fans are the best. The support I have received from blatheren has been just amazing. You have given me faith in ....humans.
Thank you for being the consistent sunshine in my life. Your warmth always warms my heart when it is cold...
05 Sep 2010 - 01:39 BST
Moxie in Vermont
Dearest Steff, you give us such hope. Hope in our selves and hope in others, as well as hope for the future. You have motivated me with your words and deeds, entertained me with your humor and your fantabulous photographs, humbled me with your brilliance and resourcefulness, and in the end, you make me want to be better, better in so so many ways. What Would Steffer Do is a question that often comes to mind when confronted with Stinkin Thinkin, and being GRATEFUL is the main Steffer pearly of wisdom that I use to combat those negative emotions. I am not religious, we know that. My 'higher power' is just me, sort of, with my Shite together. Well, when thinking about that 'together' person, she often looks a bit less like me and a bit more like a combo of my role models. A little bit my sister, my two best friends and then a touch of those who have motivated me, and/or challenged me to be better, which includes you, Val, Suzanne, so many Blatherin who soldier on with great attitudes, who change their circumstances when needed, who do for others, and who, as I mentioned before, know how to access that elusive emotion of gratefulness. Thank you for being you, for being here, and for all you bring to this site and to my life, I am so grateful FOR YOU! Happy Birthday dear heart.
05 Sep 2010 - 14:16 BST
Lovely to see this in the gallery.
Many more happy ones to you, Steffer.
05 Sep 2010 - 20:14 BST
Moxie....wow. Thank you so much for your kind words. I have to admit that I am always so shocked when people call me "positive"....because I cry and scream just as good as the rest of them.
My saving grace is that I think that all emotions are key tools...and I don't run away from any of them. When I am sad, I am sad and I don't judge myself for being sad. I find that letting sadness in, makes it leave quicker.
Someone once told me that a rocketship is off target 100% of the time and it's the job of the home base to constantly nudge it back on target. I think we should realize that we can also be off course 100% of the time, and that we also have access to our own homebases to nudge us back on target.
I am also absolutely impeccable with the entertainment I take in. I only support entertainment that makes me feel good - I don't go see things just to go see them. I am very intune with how I feel after I listen or see something. And lastly, my best friend's daughter is 13 and non-verbal, and still learning to pull up a diaper. She can't even pull up a blanket if she is cold. She will lie there and shiver, with a blanket next to her, if no one is around to help her. She must be spoon fed. She cannot walk 25 feet without help. Being around that really puts things in perspective.
Life is so awesome and gorgeous and powerful. The good times are good, but the sad times also have this amazing beauty and power in them. I am in awe of it many times...so I guess that makes me positive.
06 Sep 2010 - 23:58 BST
Everything Moxie said is true, true, true xoxoxox
08 Sep 2010 - 04:00 BST
You people are too kind...stop making me blush...this instant I say!!
08 Sep 2010 - 19:05 BST
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