Growing into Me with Bipolar

Drop Me a Line, Anytime


katbeeston@live.com

Comments on: "Drop Me a Line, Anytime" (10)

  1. Hope you feel better!

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  2. Hi kat,
    You were following me on the WordPress Viewer. I did a Plug-In update on Friday and wiped out all my followers. Please go back to my blog and click the “Follow” button again. Sorry about the trouble.
    Thank you!
    Bradley http://www.insightsbipolarbear.com

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    • FYI-your blog does not have a ‘follow’ button up near the top, also where you would find the ‘reblog’ button….so, i ‘subscribed via email’. apparently when you upgrade to premium, those items are lost. glad i am still following you–thanks for the heads up to refollow. 🙂

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  3. Just sending you some love! It’s been a while ! I hope you’r well

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    • still here, some old problems still the same, some new ones in just to keep up the game! not writing as much now, just sometimes, but i’m still here, mostly still the same 🙂 hope you are doing ok too!

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  4. I am thinking somehow we are connected universally..not only do I have a picture of Starry Starry Night hanging on my wall and I am looking at it….and my name is Kathy and I go by Kat….I look forward to following your blog…

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  5. Hi Kat,

    I’ve always enjoyed reading your blog; it takes lots of courage to talk about this kind of the life experiences, and I admire you for doing that. This is why I have nominated YOU for the Mystery Blogger Award. Congratulations!

    Your participation is voluntary, however I’d be honored if you accept it. Let’s do a great good by promoting each other and spreading the word.

    Here’s the link https://comeinsitdown.wordpress.com/2016/11/02/mystery-blogger-award/

    Thank you,
    Anna

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    • thank you for the award but i am not an active blogger now so am not going to do the things for the award. thank you also for your compliment on my subjects and having courage to write about them.

      take care

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