Friday, May 11, 2007

What are you trying to say?

Today I was checking MyBlogLog, which lists the number of views this blog has had in the last 24 hours, what readers have clicked on, and how they found my blog.

One person got here by doing the following search in Google:

“Schizophrenia long winded letters”

12 comments:

Slurry said...

Looks like you are getting abit of a reputation!!

Mr Mans Wife said...

It does indeed!

Grannys.Myth.Peeler said...

now that would be a great title for a tale.

come over & see the folks.

Mr Mans Wife said...

Uh-oh... Peeler's mind is running wild again!

Which one? "What are you trying to say" or "Schizophrenia long winded letters"?

Sandi said...

LOL.. that made me laugh.

Could there be a short letter about sz? I don't think so.

Mr Mans Wife said...

Lol, I dunno, I suppose I do go on a bit..

Zoe Brain said...

I've just encountered your blog for the first time.
I feel like I've been hit by a bus.

Mr Man is so unlucky to have a chemical imbalance that screws up his mind - and so lucky to have a love that transcends it.

I just wish/hope/pray that the right combination of chemicals is found that will alleviate the symptoms. Heck, while I'm at it, I hope that the causal disorder goes into remission.

And while I'm at *that*, I wish you health and happiness. If you ever need a friendly stranger to vent to, or any help I can give, just say.

Long-winded? Nah. You are but an amateur - albeit a gifted one.

Please consider yourself hugged.

Mr Mans Wife said...

Welcome to my blog Zoe. Thank you for your hugs, wishes, hopes, and prayers, and of course your kind words. They are all much appreciated.

Ian said...

Please, Please do NOT stop writing, no matter what other people say.

What you write needs to be heard.

Mr Mans Wife said...

No! I won't stop writing! Sorry that it's been a while since I updated my blog, but I will soon.

Thank you for your support Ian.

Anonymous said...

What an absolutely wonderful tribute to love! I only hope that I could be as brave and loving as you.

I have Bipolar....my poor hubby has been through the ringer with me. I am so grateful to have him in my life, as I am sure Mr. Man is...to have you.

Well done!

Laurie

Mr Mans Wife said...

Thank you so much for your comment Laurie. My apologies for not replying sooner; I have an ongoing problem with email notification about comments.

I'm sure your husband is equally grateful to have you in his life, as I am to have Mr Man.

Thanks again for your comment.