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A testimonial from @fashionista2005 about the 8er movement

May 20th, 2010 by katyislucky received 56 Comments »

I’ve received this email from @fashionista2005 and it really touched me because I could see the real dimension of this movement! We’re saving lives!!! And this is her testimonial about the #8ermovement:

“I was talking to one of my good friends earlier this morning about life. I thought a lot about my life to this point and how grateful I am. I have been through a lot in life. I am adopted, never knew who my birth family was. I have had so many hard times and I have thought about killing myself a lot. I hated myself a lot and I felt like I needed to die. Well God was obviously going to teach me a lesson about cherishing life because this March, I almost died. I had to have a blood transfusion because my blood was so low. All that time I was in the hospital, I thought to myself, if I get out of here I am never coming back and I will enjoy life. Well thank God I got out (I dislike hospitals with a passion) and that week I was on twitter seeing what I had missed. I was already following @DallasAustin just because I thought he was a cool dude. But Dallas tweeted something about the 8ERS and I wanted to know more about it. So like the nerd that I am, I researched it and found out what they were about. God must have led me to read that tweet from Dallas because after that I wanted to join the 8ERS. The movement was something that I needed and longed for. I found that I should love myself first and love everyone around me and not to go around hating the world for no reason at all. I am so blessed and I am happy to have Dallas as like a mentor or guide for me. I don’t just look at him as the 8erdad, I look at him as my friend and a brother. He has a special place in heart, forever. I wake up in the mornings now so happy to be alive and not feeling like the world is against me. I love more….I love myself more. The 8er family has been so great to me. I am crying as I type this (yeah I am a cry baby lol) because I just look at where I have come from and my life now. I want to thank Dallas and the whole 8er family!!! I know that this movement is going to go far because we as a whole are a strong group of people. Everyone has a story and there reason for joining the 8ers. This is mine. What is your story?. Well thanks again 8ER FAMILY….love you guys long time
~Azilee Lareuse aka @fashionista2005~”

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56 Responses to “A testimonial from @fashionista2005 about the 8er movement”

  1. Common Sense says:

    Walter Williams makes a solid point regarding immigration. I am proud of Arizona for the stance they are taking and that we haven’t backed down. The law is clear – Illegal immigrants are illegal, racial profiling is illegal, and we intend on enforcing the laws on the books. It’s nice to see cooler heads remarking on this issue. In light of Game 4 rapidly approaching – Go Suns!!

  2. Lots of usefull information and inspiration, both of which we all need, thank you for this.

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