Thank you, RA Warrior readers
Thank you for the many inspiring comments and emails. These last two weeks have been like a whirlwind. One day, I decided I just couldn’t wait any longer. I still do not have all my ducks in a row, but here we are anyway.
I have been working on my cool new RA website for a few months, whenever I get time. And I am closer than ever to getting that online and this blog will be a big part of it. Thanks to you who are getting on board from the very beginning.
There have been a few questions about how to best participate here on the blog. Here are some ways you can help:
Click on “comment” below a story. Write inside the comment box. Write as much as you like. Click “post comment.” I will reply as soon as I am able to do so.
This is just a way to make it easier for you to remember to read the blog every day. It’s like a newspaper subscription – only free. There are a few ways you can subscribe to Rheumatoid Arthritis Warrior: Just click on the big orange and red “Subscribe” link at the side of the page. You’ll open a window to subscribe via RSS (that’s Really Simple Syndication) or Email. Just click to see your options. You can choose a favorite reader or follow the Email option prompts. Then, a little permission window from your own computer will ask you to confirm / allow.
Link to the blog
If your site has linked to this blog, please be sure that the link is updated to match the url address of this website: https://www.rawarrior.com since lots of links are still pointing to the old Blogger blog address. Is your own blog a “do follow” blog? RA Warrior is a “do follow” blog for several reasons and I wish all websites / blogs were. Here’ s a post by a friend ChingYa which explains more about “do follow.” Here’s a blog post by Misc Bytes to tell you how to become a “do follow” blog too.
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My Bee Sting
Finally, yes, I did my shots yesterday and the other kind of site reaction continues also. I appreciate your concern and prayers as I try to unsubscribe to my bee sting. ;D (After about 6 months on Enbrel, it was discontinued. You can read more about that on this blog post.)
This post was updated 11/7/09.
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