Are you supported? Friendship and passing 27,000 hits!

Sophie Tallis talks about the amazing milestone of reaching 27,000 views on her wonderful blog, and she shares her personal story about lack of support (and open animosity) from someone who was supposed to be a friend. Please stop by and check out Sophie’s blog.

Sophie E Tallis - Author/Illustrator


Okay, this is not a blog post about supportive bras (sorry guys!), but it is about friendship and support. Do you have people who support you or leave you swinging in the wind?

I am absolutely THRILLED that my tiny little blog has now passed 27,000 visitors and want to say a HUGE THANK YOU to all of you who have supported this blog, whether you are a one-off fly-by visitor or a regular ‘pull up a chair and chillax’ visitor. You guys are utterly AMAZEBALLS!!!! 😀 xxx


Well, although this is a time of great changes and sparkly new horizons, all of them positive – like the brand new job and scary new career I’ve just embarked on after having been a full-time teacher for the last 16 yrs; I admit that this post is a bit of a ‘moan-fest’, something I don’t do very often. But I’m eventually venting about something that has…

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One thought on “Are you supported? Friendship and passing 27,000 hits!

  1. Oh wow! Thank you, Tricia, that’s SO kind of you! Have things been any better for you? I so hope so. Normally I’d say to be honest and open and tell your loved ones how upsetting it is, but seeing as I’m not following my own advice… I just feel very sorry that you’re not getting the support you so richly deserve. I can’t think of a more giving person, you deserve the very best sweetie, always. 🙂 xxxx


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