One Year On…

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Dead Men Don't Snore

Today is my first Blogiversary: this blog is exactly one year old today.

When I launched DeadMenDontSnore back in March last year, I was unsure if I was even well enough to keep up with a blog beyond the first couple of weeks never mind whether anyone other than my mum and dad would bother to read it. I assumed my foray into the blogosphere might be somewhat short-lived (I certainly never expected to still be going after a year) but after years of living with illness, silently and unseen, I knew blogging was something I needed to try.

As I looked back last week at some of my earliest blog posts, I read the following words from my very first post:

It has been suggested to me several times that my illness gives a perspective unusual enough to be worthy of a blog. I have resisted till now becauseā€¦

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About sondasmcschatter

I was encouraged to start a blog as I suffer from MCS /multi chemical sensitivities & other health problems & I have helped several hundred others who suffer from MCS set up "Safe Homes" & given them encouragement & HOPE & share information & lots of laughs along the way also. When you choose to use fragrances, chemicals, or pesticides, You are not simply making a choice for yourself, You are making a choice for everyone around you!!!! What makes me an expert on MCS-- not a darn thing-- BUT have lived with it for years-& years- & have learned lots the HARD WAY-- by experience!! And want to give others help & HOPE & encouragement -- as I know there are not many who understand what it is to live with this illness- & ALL THAT GOES WITH IT!!! Internet has been my way of communication with many who we are confined to their "safe homes" all over the USA & other countries!! I have communicated with many HUNDRED by e-mail-- phone & letters & internet forums-- I hope this blog will help in a better way to share laughter-- hope & information!!! As for many are not any longer able to even leave their homes-- & communication is sooo important & sharing & encouragement & GIVING HOPE!!!
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