Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Loud Shout Out To........"MEMPHIS' MOM!!"


This is a test of the Better Than Normal Blogging System. A blog-casters of your area in voluntary cooperation with the Fun, Silly, and local authorities have developed this system to keep you informed in the event of a shout out for Memphis' mom.

Ok, I couldn't think of any other way to get in touch with this mommy.
I read her blog all the time. She lives in the same state as we do, and her son goes through some of the same things Daniel does.

I CANNOT comment on her blog, she doesn't have that as an option!! Argh!!! I read what she writes, and I'm always connecting in some way but I have no way of telling her!!

Anyways--- so if you check this and you're Memphis Mom....and you feel like it, contact me.
I wanna exchange information with you!!

This concludes this test of the Emergency Broadcast System
We now return to the regular blog-casting system.


Anonymous said...

This is Memphis's mom, Michelle. I would like to allow people to comment on Memphis's blog but I can't seem to figure out how. I will spend some time on it soon. Daniel's story and your blog is the reason that Memphis has a blog. I found it when searching for info on 24 hr VMR. You can email me at

Melanie said...

I will most certainly be emailing you soon- but for future reference

in your "dashboard" area, under "settings" tab are a bunch of options, the 4th one over is "comments" that is where you can select the type of options and such and who can leave comments, then just remember to click "save settings" button on the bottom.

Can't wait to be able to leave comments!!

Ellen said...

You are so funny! I am glad you two got in touch—Melaine, the blog-cast system works!
Also glad you get to enjoy winter break with Daniel, sleeping in, snuggling. I will just have to live vicariously through you.

Bird said...

Can I sign up for a winter break? Mardi Gras is upon us and that just seems to mean MORE stuff to do--not less.

Go with your gut on the seizure stuff. I would HATE to miss ABR, but seizures suck it and I'd be doing whatever I had to to keep them at bay as well.