Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Happy 7th Blogday!


Oh Hai, 

I'm writing this on a grey and rainy Monday afternoon- perfect weather for cosying up with your laptop if you ask me. 

I looked at the date and suddenly remembered that tomorrow is a special day for me and I need to mark it. September 20th marks 7 years since I started this blog. That feels CRAZY. I can't imagine my life 7 years into the future, it feels miles away, so 7 is back feels a long time ago too. 


(www.gemmalouise.co.uk) 

Every year I write a special blog post and this will be no different. Last year I wrote THIS beast and as I read through it just now, I felt so sad for the person I was then. I felt so feeble. I was a bit broken really. I wrote a lot about how my professional life was soaring but my personal life was crumbling. 

Let's talk about this with a new year in mind. Sept-Sept. Honestly, 2015 got worse. Not in Glitter World, that was incredible, but behind the scenes I wasn't coping. A particularly unpleasant incident in October triggered a huge hideous heap of memories from my sadly, very abusive, childhood and I found myself in this awful swirling tunnel of thoughts I couldn't get out of. I would shut my eyes and remember all the things that happened to me (I won't delve into this now, in a nutshell, I was severely physically and mentally abused by a step mother and had never fully dealt with it) and panic that either they would happen to me again, or worse, happen to Darcy. 

(@charlotte_jonees)

Relationships with other people broke down, the man who had strung me along for 6 months showed his true colours and really, it was all rather shit. 

After a giant cry in my car one day (glamorous), I researched help and booked myself in to see a counsellor. 

She. Was. Great.


(@chummysketches)

Suddenly I was able to voice all my worries and concerns without spiralling out of control and could arrange them in a way that I could manage them. I could rationalise my present without dragging my past into it and could begin to enjoy my day to days again. I began to deal with the things that had happened to me and put myself back together again. I'd thoroughly recommend taking the time and expense to do this if you need to.

I did vlogmas (which was also very healing- the creative focus, the motivation to do something fun each day etc) and jetted off to Seattle for 2 weeks over the new year to visit my friend Marie and her family. With all of their love and Christmas spirit, I came back reinvigorated and felt like glimmers of my old happy self were reappearing. Yay.

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2016 has been so kind to me. Whilst I have been productive in Glitter World (another clothing collection, the beautiful 2017 Diary, another ah-mazing tour of LouiseLIVE), I haven't felt frantic. It's been almost serene. My focus has been on Darcy and home and my heart feels warm again. I no longer cry in the car or feel panicked at night. I feel so able to handle whatever life has on offer. A stark difference to this time last year and long may it continue!

I feel strong. I am strong. 

(@flyawayels)

I cannot be bullied or broken. I will not be made to feel less than I am by the things that have happened to me or people who don't have my best interests at heart. I'm a good egg. I try my best. I love fully. That's all you can ask I think. 

This year has been so healing. It's been like a hug. Warm and gentle and just what I needed. As always, you have been amazing. Unfailingly supportive in everything you do. I know it's cringey to say but truly, you're a blessing.

Last month I took a leap and completely changed the direction of this space. I told you all that I wanted to take a more honest approach, not always sugar-coat and talk about topics that are more interesting to someone of my age. It was risky because the tried and tested safe and soft method worked. It was successful. I worried for weeks that I could be tearing down everything I'd worked for nearly 7 years to build but, one month in and it seems like it was a good idea! I've noticed a lot of women (and a few men even!) in their late twenties, thirties and forties are speaking up in the comments (of youtube or facebook or whatever platform we're on at the time) and it's like I'm making new friends. I've noticed the comments are transitioning from 'ily Louise!!' (from the younger viewers/readers, of course very lovely and welcome, don't stop them!) to short stories about your lives, your opinions, the things that matter to you. I value these a lot because you are sharing parts of yourself and really growing roots here. I love it too when I see you answering each other or starting discussions amongst yourselves. Rather rarely for the internet, our comments sections are a good place to be! So, our family is growing in size and diversity and this will only lead to great things for us all. More opportunities to learn and grow and experience. I have seen what a strong community we are. I am proud of us.

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In a couple of days I'll be announcing the next big thing I'm working on but if the past 7 years have taught me anything, each year holds a lot and I'm excited to see what year 8 will hold for us. 

Every year I look back on the sentence I wrote the year before. Last year I said -

Happy Birthday little blog! What a journey we've been on. First year a wedding, second year a baby, third year a business, fourth year friends, fifth year a community and sixth year, sadly, a broken heart. What do you think will come next?

As is tradition, I'll add to it - 

Happy Birthday little blog! What a journey we've been on. First year a wedding, second year a baby, third year a business, fourth year friends, fifth year a community, sixth year, sadly, a broken heart and seventh year, strength. What do you think will come next?

Strength feels like the perfect word for 2015/16.  Personally I am standing tall again, wonderful professional opportunties are in the air and you as a community are growing and showing such integrity and positivity. I'm ready to step forward into our 8th year and I hope you will come with me. 

Thank you very much to all the creative community members who have provided art work for this post, they are credited below each piece. If you submitted something and it wasn't selected, I'm ever so sorry. I received hundreds (you guyyzzzz), so narrowing it down was really hard! I saw each one and loved them all. My heart had allll the warm fuzzies!

In the comments today, please take this opportunity to introduce yourself. Tell me who you are, what you like to do, what matters to you, how you found me and how long you've been here. Let's get to know each other!

Toodlepip!

xx


86 comments:

  1. Hi! I'm Bronwen, Im about to start my last year of my law in LIVERPOOL, I live with my boyfriend and my kitten who mean the world to me! I found you through Zoe's channel I think about 4 years ago. And the same way you've grown, I've grown with your cahnnel so am really excited for your more mature content! X

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  2. It warms my heart so much to rread this post. As you asked for, here a little introduction and a little aobut me I guess. I'm Meike (aka screenshotsofyouth the girl from the edit), just another ordinary old teenager. After reading this blog post it empowered me a lot and I wanna tell you a little story because of that. I've always been a girl with a smile on my face, but a couple of years ago, I started feeling not too well and doing not too well. Basically some bad people in my life, bulying from the past I hadn't really dealt with, being very alone and excluded at school and some other stuff made me become a very anxious person with a very low self esteem. On the outside I still was the girl with the smile on her face but on the inside I wasn't smiling at all. I started self harming and was kinda just a big mess mentally. This year I finally took the step to tell my parents and seek for help. Currently I'm seeing a therapist and taking very little steps onto the good path. I'm learning to deal with my anxiety, trying to improve my self esteem and learning to take care of myself. Even though I'm still not there and will probably not be there any time soon, I'm taking steps and things are looking up. So yeah, that's my story I guess. Kinda very anxious to post this but let's just do it. xxx

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  3. Happy 7th Blogday Louise! I honestly want to say that I am so delighted for you and how you're moving on in your life with strength-you are certainly and strong and inspiring woman! I've been through a lot in my life due to health and I've only just turned 18. I often feel different compared to others of my own age and have had a lot of different experiences compared to them. Things haven't always been easy but it's encouraging to see someone like you who's faced ALOT in her life fighting every challenge and being open and honest about it. You were one of the first ever YouTubers I came across and then, your blog and have been following you for around 5 years now and have been inspired by you and a few others to start my own blog a few years ago and eventually developed onto a YouTube channel almost a year ago. Through that I have found a new passion in life and can't imagine life without it! So thank-you for always inspiring me and here's to another amazing year for everything that's yet to come!
    Sending you and Darcy lots of love and big hugs!
    Robyn xx

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  4. Congratulations Louise, all the years that I've been following you have flown by!
    All the best to you and Darcy!

    Lissanne ~ awkward-overload.blogspot.com

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  5. You are amazing! You have build your empire and deserve all the success, can't wait to discover more of Louise Pentland! Here's to many more years and many more memories! As for me, I'm Lauren 20-something from Liverpool and trying to get into this blogging world, I like to share my struggles of being a tall girl and talk about all my favourite things. I found you back in 2012 by your hilariously witty tweets on Twitter and then watched your videos and thought she's the kinda girl I want to be friends with, since then I've been a subscriber and enjoyed everyone of your videos! Happy 7th Birthday, I hope to get just a pinch of your success one day xxx

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  6. This blog post warmed my heart - everyone's so glad you're happy I'm sure, you've proved that although so much can change in a year, just because something's different and difficult, doesn't mean it unachieveable to live with it and be happy :). Thank you for your lovely blog posts and videos, I know you've really inspired myself and others to create our own little pieces of the Internet xxxx

    Elle- www.elleroseblogs.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. Hi! I'm Molly, I am 19 (20 next month) and I have been following this blog and both glitter channels for around 2yrs now so I am a newcomer of sorts. I am a crazy cat (and dog) lady who will probs end up with 20 cats and dogs in the future! I love to draw, read and watch tv shows. I could probably write a book on procrastination because I am so good at it. I have anxiety that isn't diagnosed and reaaalllyyy low self-esteem/confidence. Thanks to the Glitter channels and blog, I have always felt better after watching/reading. I am so glad you are maturing your content; it makes me feel like I am with a friend talking about real life things when watching your videos etc.
    Check out my blog if you want, it's: http://molpop.blogspot.co.uk/

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  8. Such a lovely post. I love getting updates on your life. It brings me courage to hear about your struggles and how you have dealt with them and it brings me inspiration to hear about all the wonderful things you are doing. I am excited for the "new" Louise (even though you were there all along). I have always felt like I connected with you, but seeing this side of you really makes me feel a connection to you. I look forward to what you open up to us in the future. GO LOUISE!

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  9. Hi! I started following you when I saw you were a single mum like me to a little girl. Your videos are real, funny and my little girl also likes watching videos with Darcey in them. I can relate to a lot of things you say about life and can't wait to see what's coming up next xxx

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  11. Hi Louise! It's Grace. Not going to lie... the ending of this post about you finding strength this past year made me pretty emotional! I'm so proud of how far you've come... I've been watching your videos (properly) for about three years now and as a 21 year old, I can definitely say I love that you've kind of grown your channel and blog up with us. Especially this recent change...I'm really enjoying it!! As for me, I'm a university student in the U.S. studying accounting and youtube/blogs are what I enjoy during my down times and what inspires me to be more creative. So, thank you for all the glitter, joy, and real-life talks that have made you feel like a friend to me. :)

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  12. Your blog post is streightening. Like yourself, 2015 was a massively shite year for me and so has 2016 been so far. I'm still not out of it, but your entry helps. Thank you for this.

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  13. Hi Louise, this was a lovely blog post with amazing digital art! I'm so happy that this year has bought you strength - like it's weird how happy I feel for someone on the internet but it stands tall and will forever applaud you. I wish I felt the same at the present. Unfortunately as your world is moving strength by strength mine is crumbling apart and I feel so lost I don't feel like I'm worth it anymore and nothing I do will measure up to other people and it's a terrifying feeling that I can't control. I hope by year 8 my comment will be entirely different but for 2016 I feel empty and lonely. To answer some of your questions; I found you on the recommended for you section in 2013 and have watched, read and loved everything you have produced. I was lucky enough to meet you at Louise live in Birmingham which was an amazing experience, I can't wait to see what you have install for us next. What's important to me is being kind and true to yourself and enjoying the little moments. I love candles and Harry Potter and invest way too much in television, I'm referred to as the funny one a lot of the time and actually got compared to your sense of humour which I took as a massive compliment. I dont know what I what direction my life will be in in 5 years time but I hope to be safe and happy. Thank you for keeping on going even when times felt tough, it's been so special to be on part of your adventures. All my love, Sian xxx

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  14. I love this post! My name is Victoria. I'm nearing twenty and I'm Canadian. I absolutely love to write, and I'm studying journalism. I'm passionate about social issues like gender equality and LGBT rights and body confidence and all of that fun stuff. I've been reading your blog and watching your videos for a little over a year now, and look forward to each one. I'm especially excited that you're taking a more mature route with Sprinkle of Glitter, because it seems like you're going to be speaking about more things that I care about and things that interest me and I need that in my life!

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  15. Louise! 7 YEARS!!! I've only been here for a few of them, but have felt like your friend through the major accomplishments and rather sorrow filled moments. Year seven is such a strengthening year for me as well. Its my 21st year of life and I am graduating college in the spring. I am also moving away from my home state to work in an internship (apprenticeship) and am very nervous about leaving my family. But I have grown so much spiritually and have matured so much. My mom beat cancer last year so you and have that connection with our moms. My heart breaks for you that your sweet Mummy is now in heaven but how comforting to have an angel. <3 Anywho! Thank you for sharing your life and being so open and honest. You're so REAL and it's awesome to have a friend (hope you don't find that strange) that lives in the UK. SO much love to you and Darcy! xx Emily

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  16. I am so proud of you Louise for heading in this new direction, and I'm so glad you've received so much support about it! As a 26-year old viewer/reader, I am so excited for this more "raw" content that is to come. Watching your videos always makes me feel like I'm chatting to a big sister role-model over a cocktail, keep that up!!!
    Also, I watch your videos all the way from Peru! I'm living here with my peruvian boyfriend, and I blog about the whole crazy experience: www.emiliewalker.com. Watching your videos also brings me that little bit closer to home twice a week, and I love you all the more for it.
    Emilie xxxx

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  17. Happy 7th Blog Day Louise! This is such a lovely post & I agree that strength is the perfect word to sum up your year. I also think it sums up my last year pretty well too. I'm Megan, I'm 25 and a single mama to a beautiful little boy called Arthur (who is one next month - where does the time go?!) I absolutely love watching your videos and warmed to you from the very first one I watched. Love that you've decided to take your content in a slightly different direction and talk about more 'grown up' topics. Really looking forward to seeing what the future holds for your channel and blog. xxx

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  18. Hello, I am Laura and you were the inspiration for me to start my blog. I am so happy to read that you are feeling strong after last year and I can't wait to see you being less sugar coated Louise. You have accomplished so much personally over the last year which is great. Here is to another great year! xx
    http://blossomofhope.blogspot.com/

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  19. My name's Siana :) I've been around for about 4 years...I think? I've lost count! I found you through Zoe but ever since you've been my favourite and most real 'YouTuber' to follow. I've loved seeing you and your family grow and you make me laugh a lot!
    Some more about me...I'm very into the performing arts. I run social media channels for a number of the musicals on the west end and also take to the stage myself sometimes. With long commutes to and from work i need things to keep me occupied and your vlogs and blogposts are often my go to.
    Keep being you Louise, you're lovely just the way you are and I can't wait to see where you go next! Lots of love xx

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  21. Hello Louise,
    Can I start with just HOW much I admire you and I see you as a very strong person. My name is Yasmine and I just graduated uni a few months ago in June. I am just struggling now. It's not just that finding a job is incredibly hard, it's that I don't really know what I am to do. I do know what I want, my dream is to be an author but I just am not good enough for it. Yes, I'm a coward but I am terribly a perfectionist and I just don't think I'm creative enough or smart enough or interesting enough... etc. It's really putting me down and I don't even leave the house. I stay up till 5 or 6 am just thinking about what the hell I'm going to do and i just feel utterly lost.
    Not to mention the situation I live in; I also am suffering from a physically and emotionally abusive parent. I don't want to turn sappy but it makes me depressed and NOT want to think of my future or what I am to do. I'm reminded every day by my abuser just how worthless and ugly I am and so I don't want to put my work out there, you know? I just wish that I could start writing and not think about anything else but I simply can't. Which is why I admire you, Louise, you can separate these things, and I'm just not as strong.
    I've started a blog in hopes to get me into writing a bit moere again. I don't do much. Just reviews and such but I'm hoping it'll push me more. I've also been watching movies of authors who fall and pick themselves up again.
    Keep being your strong self because you don't really notice just how much Darcy will pick up and watches every detail. xx

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  22. Hi Louise, I'm Rachael and I'm 25. I have been watching various you tubers for the past few years and you are among my favourites. I feel you are relatable but even more so in the last month! I love that you have been true to yourself and are evolving your online self to reflect your real life self. You are strong, and inspirational and an amazing mummy and I know that whatever you do in life, things will work out for you and you will flourish :) I look forward to continuing to read/watch you on various platforms for many years to come!

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  23. Hi Louise! My name is Kaitlin, I'm currently in my fourth year of uni doing a commerce degree and living with my boyfriend who is studying engineering. I agree with you in saying that this has been a year of strength for you. I was so overjoyed when you announced you would be ~shaking~ up your channel! I'm so excited to see everything that you come out with, and be able to relate more closely with you. I've been watching you for years and years, and I'm looking forward to seeing more of the real you. On a final note, a few lil things about me- I cry whenever I see a dog, I'm afraid of loud noises, and no one loves nachos more than me.

    Thank you for always being a lil ray of sunshine on my dark days ☀

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  24. Congrats on 7 years of blogging! I'm Tallulah, I'm 22 and from New Zealand. Like many others, I discovered you through Zoe's channel and haven't looked back since. You're my number 1 fave YouTuber and whenever you upload it's a little bit of sunshine to my day. I love the way you look at the world with such positivity - I know that you don't show all of your life and that that is only part of it, but I still love your attitude! I'm currently deciding where I want to go with my life. I'm so excited to see the changes you're making to your content, as I think it'll be awesome for you to be able to be 100% you and to just have fun. Here's to another rad year :)

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  25. Huge congrats on 7 years of blogging, that's amazing! :) My name's Chantal, I'm 21 but I look ridiculously young for my age which can be annoying let me tell you but I'm kind of used to it now tbh. I'm currently job searching as I finished a business admin apprenticeship, however that's not my actual passion in life and I really don't want an office job at all. I'm not sure what career I want at all really, so I feel a bit lost right now and also I lost my mum to cancer this June so times have been tough recently. The things I'm passionate about are music, beauty, fashion, photography and drama but I doubt I'll ever be able to work in any of those professions, if I do it will be a miracle! I also write a lifestyle blog, apart from that that's about it. I hope that was some what interesting and keep doing what you're doing with your blog and Youtube, I love the new direction you're going on and long may your success continue! xx

    http://chantal-elizabeth.blogspot.co.uk/

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  26. Hi Louise! Congrats on 7 years lady! I'm Amanda, 28 from Perth, Western Australia. I found you through Zoe's vlogs a two years ago and have found your videos entertaining and inspiring since then. Love the new direction of your blog and videos. I love travelling (was in Europe and UK in May-July) and we are currently renovating and extending my house! I am married (for 2 years)and have a Labrador called Bonnie! I would love to get into Vlogging but little bit terrified.. Maybe one day!
    Keep up the good work woman, you make me laugh so much and smile every time I watch one of your videos. Darcy is also an absolute joy to watch! Here's to another brilliant year! x

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  27. You are a real inspiration Louise. I've been watching you on youtube longer than I've been reading your blog and love the way that your beautiful heart, intelligence and gorgeous personality have stayed strong through all your ups and downs. How you've grown stronger and more successful professionally and personally.

    I found you during a terrible year, when both my parents died unexpectedly within 13 days of each other, my husband and I developed severe health problems of our own, which meant a crash in income as we both lost our jobs due to the illnesses. It was so to speak a real bitch of a year. You tube was my escape from what felt like the horrors of my life at the time, and you became one of my favourite go to little pieces of heaven, and literally helped me stay sane through challenging times. I shared your videos with my daughters who also loved you, and still watch now that one is a big grown up lawyer, and the other is some kind of web wizard thingy. Thankfully life is somewhat better now, despite having to learn to live with ongoing health issues.

    We are all very fond of Louise. So thank you for sharing your life with us and bringing us all along on this journey with you. Here's to another seven years, and may they be filled with love, laughter and bloomin' good times.

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  28. Hi Louise,

    I'm 23 and embarking on a new chapter of my life: I moved to New York City and (shocker) am pursuing my career (and dream) of being a working actor. I come to your blog to feel some sense of comfort during the transition. Happy Blog-i-versary and I look forward to many, many more. Have a lovely week!

    Phoebe xox

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  29. Hey Louise! I'm Alexia and I'm 18 from Georgia, USA. I'm in college pursuing a degree in Theatre Arts. I found you via the "Awkward Moments" collab with Danisnotonfire. I thought you were precioussssss so I went to your channel, subscribed, and you're now my favorite Youtuber! I think it's important for women to lift each other up and be open and honest! That's why I love that you're making the decision to be more open with your channel! It shows women that hey, we all go through things and we all like things that "good girls" shouldn't let people know they like. So proud to be a fan! - Alexia

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  30. Hi Louise, I'm Kenzie, I actually have been watching/following you for awhile now! I created my blog after reading yours and I'm so glad I did. I love travelling and going on adventures, I love love love dogs with all my soul. I also love taking photos. I've got one more year left in Uni, and I'm also studying abroad NEXT SPRING IN ENGLAND! and I am super exciting maybe I will see you!
    x Kenzie // Kenzieblogslife.blogspot.com

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  31. Happy 7th Blogiversary Louise! I love reading your blog and got inspired to start my own about fashion, beauty and lifestyle! x

    TOUCHOFGUCCI // BLOGLOVIN 

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  32. Hi I'm Phoebe, I'm from Auckland, New Zealand, so what seems like a world away from the UK. I've been watching/reading for the last 3 years, and it's been amazing to see your life progress, and that of Darcys too! It makes me look back on mine over that time too, because it's been quite the whirlwind of a few years for me, and to be able to watch you grow as I have (incompletely different circumstances of course) it's been pretty cool. Over the last 3 years I've gone from 18 to 21 and boy has my life changed pretty radically in that time. When I first started watching you I was 18, in love for the first time, and at my first year of uni. Since then I broke up with said love which was ridiculously hard (I must have watched your Chummy Chatter with Zoe about break ups like a million times over that period), left a university degree that I wasn't happy with, moved cities, and ended up starting a career in skydiving of all things. I can safely say over those 3 years I have become the happiest I have ever been in my life, and I'm so so glad that you're in a better place now yourself. I know it's YouTube and we don't get to see everything, but thank you for putting yourself out there, and letting us into your world. There have been many times that watching your videos and reading your blog has not only put a smile on my face, but helped me in some of the rough times, so keep doing what you're doing, and be yourself :)

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  33. Hi, Louise. I'm Paul, and I found you on August 8, 2013.

    It went exactly like this: 1) YouTube recommended for me Jingleheartart's Accent Tag video from June 2011. 2) From there, it recommended Zoella's Accent Challenge with Marcus Butler from May 2013. 3) Then it led me to your Best Friend Test with Zoe from January 2013. That was the first place I saw you. 4) Finally, the next video up was your 50 Shades of Louise video from June 2013. You started that video with the lines, "Aloha, Sprinklerinos. How are you all? Well, I hope, because I'm polite." And from that moment I was positively riveted.

    As a 50 year old straight American male with a wife and kids, I am far from your target demographic. I noticed it immediately and overwhelmingly from the comments in your YouTube, Instagram, blog, etc. I noticed it every time you posted a photo or video from a meet up or conference -- always more than 99% young women, and less than 1% men, let alone anyone like me. Just look at the 30+ other comments on this blog post so far.

    From the start, I admired your personality, your drive, your professionalism, your sense of humor, your creativity, even your design taste and your artistic vision evident in your videos. I admit I skipped various hauls and/or makeup videos. I don't know, I just found you so nice and so inspiring.

    For a little while, I tried watching other Brit YouTubers in your circle, but didn't have time to keep up and ultimately didn't find them that interesting. And as my life became much busier in the last couple of years, I'd even unsubscribed from your channel and Instagram, but stayed with you on Twitter and this blog. But then I saw your tweet about the end of Sprinkle of Glitter and watched that video (before reading the accompanying blog post). I have to say, I'm so pleased you're making this move. I knew from the beginning that what you were doing couldn't stay the same for much longer, and so I'm excited, along with everyone else, to see the deeper, more adult, and more colorful real Louise. I've already really enjoyed the new video on taboo topics with Katie Snooks, and I like how comfortable you are in discussing more serious things. I've resubscribed and can't wait to see what's next!

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  34. Hi Louise, My names Melissa, Im 30 and from New Zealand, I found you though Dan and Phils Channels, about six months ago now (I've only just refound the internet and youtube) and thought you were such joy to whatch, I've been working my way though you're videos both new and old and have enjoyed watching you're journey this far I like the way you're channel is heading and enjoy the more adult content I myself am not religious by any means but find it intresting to here about it from another persons point of view, im intrested to here more about your views on politics though im not in the same country i belive it still effects everyone, and yes hearing more sex chatter will be interesting I've seen some people wanting you to talk about sex from a curveyer womans confidence type point of view and I must say I agree. my favourit channel of yours is "sprinkle of Chatter", youre inspiring to whatch and as women of a similar age and being a little bit on the curvey side myself you have given me the confidence to try start my own channel,and blog as I like the idea that you put forward of it being not only away to share you're life with others but to also be able to look back on to see how far you have come, I my self have recently finshed beauty school (as a adult student - wasn't easy but a great achivment non-the-less) and while looking for employment and I've been feeling kind of lost latly I have decied to give it all ago. Please keep being you and don't change for anyone, Do what makes you and little Darcy happy, (I also like you're mother Daughter videos - I have neices around the same age there so precious!) looking forward to you're next video.

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    1. Oh yeah and Happy 7 birthday to youre blog, I can only hope that mine makes it this long, and now I also have you're blog to read through as well as youre vids to catch up on lucky I have sometime on my hands at the mo!! loving it all.

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  35. Hello,

    My names Hannah and I'm from Bristol. I am asingle mum of 2 little girls. I can't remember how I came across your channel but I've been watching for about 3 years. I LOVE the direction your channel seems to be taking, it's refreshing to see a "real person" with "real opinions". I would love to see more about motherhood, the good the bad and the ugly. Especially how you cope with co-parenting. I think many parents will be able to relate as being a single is hard and co-parenting sometimes feels like a juggling act.

    Keep up the fantastic work

    Xxxxxxxx

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  36. Hiya! My name is Sonja and I am from South Africa. I am 25 years old (26t on Sunday!) and engaged to a lovely man. Our wedding is on the 28 January 2017. I am a website developer, so I make websites for a living. Although I don't LOVE my job, it does get me by. I'd rather be a teacher if I could do it all over again.

    I found your channel in April of this year and I've been hooked ever since. I especially love videos where you cry laugh, it really is contagious.

    Good luck with year number 8 Louise! You are doing amazing work and reaching so many people with your positivity. YEAH GIRL!

    Sending good fortune and only good thoughts your way,

    Love,
    Sonja

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  37. Hello Louise!

    Can I just say that I love the change you have made content wise!I subscribed to you in 2012. I like your honesty, it is like a breath of fresh air. The way you give your feedback is without criticism and a lot of people could learn from you. I also like how realistic you are about your feelings. You don't shy away from them. And I am glad that you feel like you don't need a filter around us, (anymore).
    So thank you for that!

    Now let me introduce myself :)
    I am Laxmi and I am 21 years old. At the moment I am (hopefully) in my last year of college. After that I'll be a social worker, crazy eh? Let me tell you that I have learned a lot in the past couple of years. I was and still am always smiling. Because of that people think I am gullible, sweet and let me tell you that, that has lead to people believing that I am apparently not capable of doing certain things. Which is insane. In the last years I actually realized that I like feeling happy and I like to express my happiness by smiling a lot. So why stop that now ;).

    I value the shitty things in life, I know that that's a strange thing to say but hear me out. Because if those things did not happen then I wouldn't be the same person as I am today. And I am darn proud of my self. If anyone is reading this, you should be proud too. Despite all the negative things that happened, you overcame it, you became stronger in ways you can't even imagine!

    Since 2014 I have started to blog also. And it has been an experience. It is a lot of fun but also time-consuming. I still love doing it because I can completely be myself.

    I wish you nothing but good luck down the road, Louise.

    That's my little message for you!

    Love,

    Laxmi

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  38. Hello Louise and Happy Blogday!
    I follow you for over a year and I am really glad I found your blog! I love it. I'm Kate by the way, nice to meet you :-) I live in the Czech Republic and I really love sewing and other creative things :-) This Autumny weather somehow tells me to drink a lot of cups of tea, read a ton of books and watch many videos of Youtubers and also read blogs I enjoy :-)
    Go on, stay positive and strong!
    And once again:Congratulations!
    Kate

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  39. Happy Blogday Louise!!

    It's beautiful to read words from a person who doesn't have to sugar coat anything. Although we all love the old you & will treasure your past, being the real you will help a lot more people than you think & for being brave enough to change your ways - I completely admire you!!

    About me? I'm Natalie, until 2 weeks ago I was a blogger Virgin. Even though I found your blog a while back when I fell pregnant with my beautiful daughter, I didn't have the balls to express myself. Now that my world is nearly 7 months old, I'm getting to that 'I'm all alone' stage in my maternity so I figured what the hell lets go for it. Aside from writing, pulling my hair (mostly getting my hair pulled out), changing nappies, making bottles and juggling a baby and her 50 something toys in my arms, you'll find me baking (mostly burning) cupcakes and cookies and all that nonsense, putting on makeup to only take it off 5 minutes later once I've finished making videos and taken pictures and taking long relaxing walks.

    Sending you lots of love for the next chapter in your life,

    Love Natalie,

    nataliecharmaine.blogspot.co.uk

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  40. Hi, I'm Lauren. I've been watching your videos since 2011 I believe. I found you through recommended videos while watching Zoe way back in the day. I was going through a hard time living away from home while at grad school and watching videos at night took my mind off my anxiety. And now here I am, married with a new baby, a dog, and my own house in Florida, practically paradise! We've come a long way and I'm so glad you decided to grow more in your blog and YouTube. What matters to me is using honest life experiences to help others, and I can see you doing that. Lots of love 😊💕

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  41. Hi, I'm Lauren. I've been watching your videos since 2011 I believe. I found you through recommended videos while watching Zoe way back in the day. I was going through a hard time living away from home while at grad school and watching videos at night took my mind off my anxiety. And now here I am, married with a new baby, a dog, and my own house in Florida, practically paradise! We've come a long way and I'm so glad you decided to grow more in your blog and YouTube. What matters to me is using honest life experiences to help others, and I can see you doing that. Lots of love 😊💕

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  42. Awww Happy Birthday to the blog and for many more to come!

    Mel ★ www.meleaglestone.co.uk

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  43. Awww Louise, that was quite a ride! I'm happy that you're still blogging and all. It warms my heart how you can be a source of inspiration to many. Cheers to more glitter years!

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  44. I'm so happy you've found strength this year, and I really hope that the positives continue for you!

    As for me? I'm Catherine, my friends call me Luxy or Cat. I always introduce myself as Catherine though, and when people start calling me Luxy or Cat...that's how I know they're a friend now.

    I love to travel, eat food, and live life to the fullest. I've been through a lot of heartbreak and death in my short 25 years, and I love to live for those who I love who are no longer around. This means I don't sleep much though, because I'm always out partying, eating great food with friends, or watching the sunrise somewhere. I'm about to make a big step in my life, follow my dreams, and move back to Australia next week!

    I've been a lurker on your blog for the past 4 or 5 years now, I comment every so often. And I'm SO happy you're changing the style and direction of your YouTube Channel - I'm so excited to see more adult and grown up content. Your videos and your personality that shines through always makes me smile on a bad day.

    Keep doing you, you definitely are a good egg.

    C x Lux Life

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  45. I can't believe its been 7 years since oiu started blogging.Happy anniversary and I hope you will be even more successful in the future!!!!!!:)♥

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  46. You're such an inspiration Louise! Thank you so much for being you!
    Emma x

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  47. Hello Louise,
    My name is Daryna, I'm 17 and I'm from Ukraine. I love life and good sense of humor, and that is why I decided to stay in this family almost 4 years ago.
    I love that you are changing the content, I think it will help young adults like me to broaden our minds and just get to know life more. Thank you for being open and being yourself, I admire it a lot.
    Happy Anniversary and cheers to the great things that are yet to come!

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  48. Happy 7th Birthday Louise! You should be truly proud of what you have created with this blog, I absolutely love reading your updates, and knowing that there is someone else out there going through a variety of high's and low's and that it is completely normal, makes me feel a hell of a lot better. I guess we all have these up's and downs. Really pleased that you have found strength this year, this is something I'm definitely working on. All the best for the year ahead, x Jennie x

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  49. As I sit here and write this, I too feel this year has given me strength. I am a 30 year old mother of a fabulous 5 year old, Ava. I have been finding myself after finding out I have a chronic medical condition. It has taken my 3 years to say F it and get my life back!
    I truly admire you. You lift me up on the bad days and are a great addition to my good days. I see so much of myself in you. Rock on lady!

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  51. My Name is Alanna, I am 21 years old, Australian and I've been apart of the Glitter community for 4 years! I can't believe its been 7 years of your blog being around and I couldn't think of it being any different.

    I love how genuine you are and express your true perspectives and feelings on life. I feel like in ways I am like this also which is why I think I relate so much to your blog posts! In saying that, people like you in the blogging community have inspired me to create a blog and to discuss the things that I love and what I care for http://alannajanewheatley.blogspot.com.au/2016/09/and-weve-gone-live.html

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  53. Morning Louise,
    Congratulations on seven years!

    I'm Ellie, I turned thirty-four at the start of September and I only started watching / reading from the point of your "quitting" vlog recently. As I mentioned in my comment on that, I'd been aware of you, but the channel content seemed young for me - however, something pulled me to watch that vlog. I'm glad I did - you're more outgoing than I will ever be, but there are so many similar experiences too, from childhood abuse to bad relationships to being a single parent. I loved your honesty in that vlog and I'm now watching with interest.

    As for me, my MiniMe has just turned four and started school and I'm taking the opportunity to change career by starting a full time Forensic Psychology degree (I was a librarian, but we're something of a dying breed now). I'm also not quite a single parent anymore as my childhood sweetheart and I are currently looking for a house to move into, having now been together for two and a half years. Of all the people to end up with, who would imagine it'd be the person I was madly in love with at seventeen! Life is strange.

    Changes all round - seems to be something in the water this year. And happily, they seem to be changes for the better for both of us. Long may it continue! x

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  54. Wow!! Your post is amazing and your strength is exceptional. I've been following your blog since 2014, I'm loving the new direction that you're going in. My year 2016 hasnt been fantastic, in fact ive struggled through and hit rock bottom a few times, but reading your posts makes me realise even though we dont know each other, I'm not the only one struggling and through your posts I found enlightenment. Louise I would like to thank you for being such a warm hearted woman and inspiration. We shouldn't have to paint a perfect picture of ourselves, always happy and smiling, I found through my hardest times I would turn to my blog to write and express how I was feeling and it helped me a lot. I look forward to your future posts. You're a shining star. Emma x

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  55. Happy 7th Blogday! I'm so happy that this year you've found your strength and are able to move forward. I wish you many more years of success, strength, and inspiration!

    I can't say that I've been with you from the start, but I've been following your Blog and YouTube channel for a few years now. (Better late than never!) I've always appreciated your personality and feel like you're always genuine. I always look forward to your videos and blog posts. :)

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  56. Happy Birthday to your blog Louise! Wishing you many more years of success and happiness! x
    www.elliswoolley.blogspot.com

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  57. Hello! Happy 7th Blogday Louise, I've been here since year 3 when I found you through Zoe's channel. Every year your blog gets better and I'm so pleased to see you happy again, chatty posts are my fave! My name is Anna and I run the blog www.collectionsofimperfections.com which is my chatty place for lifestyle, beauty and culture things. I'm 20, a sociology student at Durham University and hope to go into journalism when I graduate next year. x

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  58. Happy 7th blog birthday Louise! I'm a 25 year old woman from new york and I just love you and your philosophy and outlook on life. I feel like we're old friends just from watching your videos. Thanks for sharing your life with us and always being so honest and open! <3

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  59. Happy 7th Blogday Louise! Im glad you've found strength this year! I hope the next year will be even better then the last.
    My name is Chloe and I'm 13. I like to read, and write to express myself. I don't completely know what I want to do with my future. I just know that I want to help people, and travel the world.
    I can't exactly remember how I found you, but I believe it was from one of Zoe's videos. I started watching you're videos a few years ago, and I'm glad that I've found you, as you are now a person I look up to. Thank you for sharing your life with us! Hope you have an amazing day! Chloe x

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  60. Hi Louise! I'm Ariana, a southern girl from the USA and I've been following you and Zoe (my faves ever) for like five years. Granted, it has been intermittently but I keep up! Last year, I prayed so hard for you. I wished I could have been there to be a shoulder to lean on for you so so badly! I'm thrilled with your peace, strength, and happiness this year! (Am I a Hallmark card yet?) I'm excited for this next year with you!

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  61. Hi Louise I am a 31 year old new viewer to your blog and vlogs! I found u through my friend who spoke about u. I love that you want to be you and tell it like it is. I have had a difficult year this year as I've suffered with anxiety and panic attacks- it's been the darkest times I've ever had and I've been on a long journey and learnt a lot about myself! I would love to help others around this topic but just not sure where to start.

    I'm thinking of doing a blog but not really very sure - any tips greatly appreciate


    Lots of love
    Heather

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  62. Firstly, hello!

    Tasmin here. A girl (well, I'm considered to be an adult now seeming as I have hit my twenties).

    Anyhow, my most favourite thing to do is attending concerts, although I do also like the theatre too. Spending time with my family is very important. I particularly enjoy having a movie night in with them and a pizza. Oh, and if you ever want a hike around the glorious countryside, you can count on me.


    I've been reading your blog ever since I saw you on the cover of 'Shout' magazine.

    Keep up your fantastic work.

    Tasmin ox
    www.tasminstalk.blogspot.co.uk

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  63. Hey Louise,
    My name is Urva and I am 18 years old. You are my inspiration in so many ways. I am so proud of you as to where you've came today. Congrats. I have started a blog inspired from you. I love writing and expressing my self with letters.
    I started reading it not long ago or should I say since two months ago. I love the way you handle life.

    lots of love for Darcy. Keep doing what you are doing :)

    Urva Javed
    xoxo

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  64. Hi, I'm Jess. I'm 20 and have been here a few years. It's my favourite place to be on the internet and I'm so excited for you to talk about more adult stuff, and am of course very excited to read your book once it comes out!

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  65. Hi, I'm Jess. I'm 20 and have been here a few years. It's my favourite place to be on the internet and I'm so excited for you to talk about more adult stuff, and am of course very excited to read your book once it comes out!

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  66. Hi there, I'm Susan. I'm 30 and I live in London - I love tea, history, and anything with foxes on. I'm usually too nervous to post but as you asked so nicely...!

    I found your channel in 2014 when I was struggling in my job. I was stressed out all the time, and it was therapeutic to go on YouTube and escape from it all for a bit. Your videos always made me laugh, and they were thoughtful and creative too. Perfect with a cup of tea!

    I quit my old job in 2015 and I retrained as a tour guide and archivist, now I'm much, much happier. I still love watching your videos, and it's awesome that you've come out the other side of everything you've been through with strength - and being more yourself. You also helped inspire me to pick up a pen and start writing, so thank you for that! I'm really excited to see where the next year and your new direction takes you, and I can't wait to read the book :)
    xxx

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  67. I'm Rose, 20 years old and a law student who just started Blogging. I've been with your Youtube since pretty much the first video Zoe posted with you.I found Zoe through Caspar and Caspar through Jack and Finn back in the day. I've been reading your Blog for 4 years now I think and I really enjoy it.
    Louise, this was so cool to read! I remember reading last year's post and thinking to myself that a counsellor would really help you, but it always seems kind of weird recommending therapy to somebody you don't know. I am so glad you are feeling so much better now and I'm really excited for upcoming posts and where you're blog and youtube is going to be at this time next year!
    For the theme I think strength is going to stay with you for another year and maybe we can add "pure happiness" in year 8 :)
    x Rose

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  68. I've been watching/following your blog and youtube for year it makes me so happy to see how you've grown in that time.
    http://fortheloveofmakeup24.blogspot.co.uk/
    can't wait to see what's to come xxx

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  69. Hi!

    I'm Ami, I'm an almost 30 year old mamma and wife. I've been watching, reading and following for years now but always silently because I felt too old. I am so so pleased to finally feel confident enough to say hello.
    I'm a stay at home mum, haven't always been but that's what I do right now. This is my year of strength too, acknowledging and beating some inner demons. What matters to me? My beautiful wonderful daughter, my husband, Hapoiness, Love and Laughter. Talking of which I came to Louise live in Leeds this year and I am so so excited to come next year especially if it's going to be more 'adult'

    Love
    Xx

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  70. Thank you so much for your honesty and sharing with us your stories. I can relate to this post a lot! Us women need to stay strong and I think we do a pretty damn good job of it (even when we are haunted by horrible things from the past)! You are amazing!

    Love Marie xo
    www.mariestateofmind.com

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  71. Happy Blogiversary Louise! I don't usually write long comments or any at all because I just assume you'll never read them but I felt inspired by your post so here I am! I'm really excited for the future of your amazing blog and channel. Although I can't remember when I found you on youtube, I always saw myself as a new viewer and not part of the crew who had been watching for years. But now re-reading what you wrote each year on your blogiversary, I've realized that I've been here much longer than I thought and I am so happy and proud to be a part of your little online community. Although I'm still pretty young, I see myself as an old soul and I'm really loving the more mature content that you've started to put out, as well I can't wait for the future but still hope you include lots of Darcy!
    Anyway, a little about me. My name is Jordana and I'm 16yrs old from Canada. I'm not sure if you (Louise) remember but I made a video on my channel a while back where I made your face out of pancakes and you actually watched and commented (which was pretty cool so thanks for that xx).I started a youtube channel a while back but got un-inspired recently and haven't uploaded since april. Of course I love film and photography, and I would love to be an actress someday. I'm obsessed with just about every broadway musical and just love musical theatre in general.
    About your blog, I just wanted to say that the online community that you have created feels like a home. It feels like a safe place where people are free to be their silly/awkward/loud selves and are accepted no matter what. You feel like a best friend/older sister that gets all my jokes and references and I feel like we would be amazing friends!
    Anyhow, congrats on 7 years and many successes! Looking forward to 7 more years!! xx

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  72. I think I'm the oldest one here! Yikes! My daughter in law made fun of me recently because my bookshelf only holds toys for my grandchildren, my grandchildren's books and pictures, a few framed family photos, my well-worn bible and Caspar Lee's book. That's who I am... a 48 year old woman from rural north Georgia, USA. I'm disabled and live in a lovely made just for me apartment in my parents' lake house basement. I feel very cliche sometimes. I'm twice divorced, mother of three grown men, grandmother to a 17 month old girl and 14 month old boy who are my world. It was the birth of two babies within three months that sent me to Youtube to brush up on my childbirthing/pregnancy knowledge and in some round about way that led me to you and all of the British Gleamers. I watch the Gleamers... and a family of five Mormon vlogging siblings from Utah. How's that for diversity? I recently started binge-watching Marie's vlogs. I have an autoimmune disorder that I suspect is the same as hers. My mother has terminal cancer. My youngest son has mild autism and one day a week custody of his 17 month old daughter - which means I have one day a week custody of his 17 month old daughter because he needs help and I am obsessed with her. I have been blogging for nearly 12 years and have a lovely following of about a hundred or so very kind people who are my "world" since I'm not very portable. I find you incredibly entertaining, refreshingly honest and I'm an armchair anthropologist - I'm fascinated with how other people "do life". Love and hugs! Heather

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  73. I'm Shauna, a 19 year old office worker from South Wales. I've recently started delving into the blogging world, and by recently I mean I made my blog yesterday, lol. Although I've been reading blogs for years, and also been reading yours for a few months, I've always wanted my own, and finally I've created one! Strength is a good word for 2016!

    shaunameredith.wordpress.com

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  74. Aww Happy birthday Darcy!

    xoxo
    www.theclosetelf.com

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  75. Thank you so much for sharing this. It made me understand the true you.

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  76. Hello everyone, I'm from USA, I and my husband got married for more than 11 years and have gotten two kids. thing were going well with us and we are always happy. until one day my husband started to behave in a way i could not understand, i was very confused by the way he treat me and the kids. later that month he did not come home again and he called me that he want a divorce, i asked him what have i done wrong to deserve this from him, all he was saying is that he want a divorce that he hate me and do not want to see me again in his life, i was mad and also frustrated do not know what to do,i was sick for more than 2 weeks because of the divorce. i love him so much he was my everything to me without him my life is incomplete. i told my sister and she told me to contact a spell caster, i never believe in all this spell casting of a thing. i just want to try if something will come out of it. i contacted Dr Iyaryi for the return of my husband to me, they told me that my husband have been taken by another woman, that she cast a spell on him that is why he hate me and also want us to divorce. then they told me that they have to cast a spell on him that will make him return to me and the kids, He cast the spell and after 1 week my husband called me and he told me that i should forgive him, he started to apologize on phone and said that he still live me that he did not know what happen to him that he left me. it was the spell that he Dr Iyaryi cast on him that make him come back to me today,me and my family are now happy again today. thank you Dr Iyaryi for what you have done for me i would have been nothing today if not for your great spell. i want you my friends who are passing through all this kind of love problem of getting back their husband, wife , or ex boyfriend and girlfriend to contact Dr Iyaryi ,if you need his help you can contact him through his private mail: driayaryi2012@hotmail.com And also Reach him on WhatsApp Number: +2348056932763 Thanks Dr. Iyaryi

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  77. Hey Louise!
    Lovely post! :)
    I'm Veronica, I'm 21 and I've been reading your blog/watching your channels since about 2014? I think? A long time anyway! I found you through Zoe and I think you're (both) great!
    I'm glad you're feeling happier.
    Lots of love, Veronica.
    P.S. 2016 for me has been... Interesting? I'm hoping for a fresh and happy New Year and I simply can't wait! Very excited! :)

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  78. Getting back your husband after a divorce, break up. My husband and I have been through every top reason for divorce; financial struggles, bankruptcy, stressful jobs, becoming parents when we weren’t ready (neither one of us would give our kids back just the amount of stress is overwhelming) we fought ALL the time over anything and everything. I threatened divorce all the time. One day after a fight I said I was done and filling. He told me he wasn’t in love with me anymore. After a day or two of cooling off I realized that divorce is not what I wanted. No, our marriage was not healthy but we had so much going against us an neither one of us were trying. I begged for him to forgive me and that I didn’t mean it. He told me he loved me but wasn’t in love with me anymore. Those words hurt and I believed him. After a month or two he also backed out of the divorce and didn’t want to leave me. We also saw THREE different couples counselors who did not help us at all. (Maybe just bad luck) we still have our moments but not as bad as before. We BOTH read a book called “Love and Respect” by Dr. happy Eggerichs and his web site saved our marriage.coz i read a great testimony of him that he help many to fight against their divorce marriage and broken relationship so i email him straight ahead at happylovespell2@gmail.com and explain the fight between me and my husband, so he gave me assurance and guarantee that my husband will come back again and forgive me just 2 days after the spell. so that was how Dr happy help me out on my divorce problem with my husband he is really good and real man of his words plz if you need any help like my, advise goes to Dr happy at happylovespell2@gmail.com, call or add him on whats-app +2348133873774. thanks am Jewel Carol from New jersey Usa

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  79. Hi everyone!!!

    I'm so excited share this testimony here about how i got my ex husband back after a break up. I'm Clara 28 yr old from USA, Am a woman who love and cherish my husband more than any other thing you can imagine on earth continent. My husband was so lovely and caring after 3 years of marriage he was seriously ill and the doctor confirm and said he has a kidney infection that he needed a kidney donor, that was how I start searching for who can help, doctor has given me a periodic hour that he will live just 24 hours left, that was how I ask the doctor if I can be of help to my husband that was how he carried out the text, the confirming was successful, I was now having this taught that since 3 years now we got married I have not be able to get pregnant can I be able to get bring again? That was the question I ask the doctor, he never answer his response was did you want to lost your husband? I immediately reply no I can't afford to lose him. After the operation my husband came back to live and was healthy I was also OK with the instruction given to me by the doctor, after 3 months my husband came home with another lady telling me, that is our new wife that will give us kids and take care of us, that was how I was confused and started crying all day, that was how my husband ran away with his new wife cleanable. Since then I was confuse don't know what to do that was how I went back to the doctor and tell him everything, he told me that, this is not just an ordinary it must be a spiritual problem that was how he gave me this Email: Ahmedutimate@gmail.com that I should tell he all my problem that he can help that was how i contacted he and I do as instructed. After 28 hours and I have done what he ask me to do, my husband start searching for me and went back to the doctor, that was how we well settle he also told me not to worry that I will get pregnant, this month making it the fifth Month I contacted he am now 3 months pregnant. These great spell cater is a great man,
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  80. Congrats Louise, every one of the years that I've been tailing you have flown by!

    All the best to you and Darcy!
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