Helping #PrayersforAnissa

It’s been a few days, and I’ve been trying to wrap my mind around how a young mom of 3 children, who is so bright and vivacious could possibly suffer a major stroke.. and this isn’t the first time it’s happened to her… Although considered a minor stroke the first time (how something of this caliber could even be considered minor is beyond me) she still had tons of therapy and recovery. I can’t imagine what her husband and 3 children are feeling right now.

I do know that I would be a bumbling mess if I were in the same situation, and by reading the updates that her hubby has so graciously been sending out to us, I know that he is one of the strongest people I’ve never met…

I haven’t had the chance to meet Anissa in person, but from tweeting with her occasionally, and reading her blog posts, I know that she is a very strong, and funny person. I believe that she has the strength to pull out of this…. and with everyone’s prayers and positive thoughts, she will have even more. I’ve seen so many tweets about love and support and friendship, and posts across the blogosphere, that it’s been just amazing.

I don’t have the extra cash to donate right now… but I’m offering up my Sponsored Tweets earnings. If you are looking to promote your company, please sponsor me on Sponsored Tweets by clicking the button below! I will donate 100% of my earnings from now until 30 November and 50% of my earnings from now until December 31st, 2009 to the Mayhew family! I’ll do it longer if I’m getting enough sponsors…

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