Saturday, January 17, 2009

Thank you

Just wanted to say thanks for all the thoughtful comments. I appreciate it. You guys are great.


Kevin said...

You’re such a great, special, kind person. You deserve every thoughtful comment you get.

Lew Moore said...

Alison -

I am very sorry for your loss...I know it is probably not that much of a help...but...due to the power of late night cable TV and these here interwebs...there are thousands of people who do actually care about you and wish you well! Not quite the same as "real" relationships I can't totally suck...

Anyway...I hope your Sunday is brighter..


EDinATL said...

Dude, we love you. Don't forget that shit.

Ted from Accounting said...

You're the one that is GREAT Miss Rosen! Your writing always puts a smile on my face! Did you know how powerful a smile is!?!?!?! Well, let me tell you:

Benefits of a smile: Helps to relieve stress

Smiling and laughter helps to promote release of a “feel good” group of hormones called endorphins. These are the same group of hormones responsible for the runners high you hear so much about. If you don't have time to get to the gym for a hard run, try adding a smile and a bit of laughter to boost these natural, stress relieving hormones.

Benefits of a smile: A smile inspires others

When you smile at a stranger you not only boost your own health and beauty, you also send a positive message that can potentially change someone else's mood for the better. The stranger you graced with your smile may go on to pass the kindness to someone else. Who knows how far your original smile will travel?

The next time you're tempted to face the world with a frown, remember another old quotation. “It takes seventeen muscles to smile and forty-three to frown."

Thanks for making us smile Ro Ro!