I’ve missed writing to you with that salutation! I’ve been writing so many of my posts as articles for the Ntl. Pain Report, that I’ve not had much chance to get close and personal with you!
I posted my newest American Sign Language video for you because June is PTSD Awareness Month. This is the last day of June 2017, and I wanted the song “Concrete Angel” done in ASL to be posted for you. It was to honor the time of year for PTSD Awareness and all of the abused children and people of the world! I don’t know if you’ve read any of my private posts or more posts towards the beginning of this blog? That’s where I have my posts about me being abused. If you’d like to read about my journey and possibly the parts that are private, please just comment or message me and I’ll send you the password so that you can read all of the private posts!
I also want to let you know that this year once again, I’ve been nominated for a WEGO health award. I’m always very honored to be nominated. The only reason that I didn’t participate last year was due to the rule of having to ask people to vote for me daily on Social media. This year that’s not a requirement, so I will possibly ask you just a couple of times, to vote for me this year. Mostly I’m asking and very excited that We’ve been nominated for “Best in Show BLOG”!! I’m so excited about this because it’s about this blog and being nominated for an award! I’ve posted the link to vote for me on the menu to the right and I’ll post it here now again. If you could find it in your heart and if you have a moment to vote; also if you enjoy this blog, please vote for this blog at: https://awards.wegohealth.com/nominees and you may look for me by photo, name “Suzanne Stewart” or my Twitter handle @RASEforCRPS. Thank you so much !! Also please feel free to share my nomination so that others may also vote for this blog!
I won’t ask you again to vote for us, on my blog. I may post on twitter or Facebook and ask people to vote a couple of times. I’m grateful for anything! Again I bow to you and say “thank you!”