Sunday, May 23, 2010

Blogger Alias

Well, I do have 2 blogs. One is open and friends and family know about it and follow it. This one is "anonymous." I do this because I write about some of my innermost thoughts, feelings and experiences that I dont share as openly. However, after finding this blogging community of sorts, I am really loving the support, feedback and exchanging of info about the harships of endo, pelvic pain, faith and other difficulties we face as women. I am trying to think of something to name myself. It may sound cheesy but I have seen others do it and I actually think it's kinda cool! Haha. So I am trying to think of something... let me know if you have ideas.


  1. Hi KD!

    I'm so happy you commented on my blog, because I found your blog! I have been finding comfort reading other endo blogs too. It helps so much!

    I'm thinking about name ideas, I'll let you know if I think of a good one. :)

    Great to meet you,

  2. Thanks for stopping by. Felt so affirmed to have someone I don't know think to visit my blog and leave a great comment. I was a little apprehensive about ICLW. Was wondering if anyone would bother writing to me and if they did, if they would say something horrible because I wasn't sure how people would respond to my faith. Yes, I'm a worry wart.

    Do you attend Bethel church? My pastors went last year to the school of prophets conference. That helped to bring a new breath of life to our church. We've been blessed by Jesus Culture and podcasts by Bill Johnson and Kris Valloton. My husband and I will be attending a conference by Danny and Sherri Silk this Thur/Fri. So glad they come over to Australia.

    Would love to get to know you more so if that's alright with you, please don't disappear after this month's ICLW cos I'm not sure I'll keep up with that for future months. I'm so absent minded I forgot to start leaving comments until I saw yours :) was such a nice surprise cos I've been a little down off late.

    Will be praying with you. I have had pain and various complications but nothing like what you've had to endure. Yet I was already discouraged so I can't even begin to imagine how difficult it is for you. My heart goes out to you.


  3. No, I don't attend Bethel. It is an orphanage I visited in China, that I would LOVE to work for! It was amazing there! The children are blind but they are absolutely brilliant!

  4. oh, right. oops. sorry about that. my sister and her family visited an orphanage in china run by a pastor who started taking in tibetan children cos the chinese were persecuting the tibetans and many little ones lost their parents. she and her family will be moving to beijing later this year. i hope to visit. where's bethel?