Thank You


Wow. Thank you so much for all the amazing comments and support!

Here’s what you’ve been saying about the magazine.

Comments from SMIRA Facebook group:

“Looking forward to the next issue already!”

“I have really enjoyed writing pieces for this and I hope even more people will join in next time”

“Maggie Johnson says ‘Fabulous’ and Rae Smith from SMIRA’s Committee sends her congratulations!”

“I wish I could have read something like this when we first encountered SM! You’ve helped SO many with this magazine.”

Comments from SM Space Cafe group:

“The first thing I went straight to was the article Lizzie wrote about our meet up! Definitely brought a tear to my eye reading how much it helped you”

“Really interesting and helpful articles. Well done Elizabeth and Donna too! I loved your pieces”

“I can see a bright future for this magazine”

“It is so professionally done, really informative”

Comments from the website and by email:

“What a brilliant magazine, so much hard work, creativity and love has gone into this – it will be an inspiration for so many people”

“I enjoyed reading your online magazine, there are some great articles and quotes, and it is very illuminating”

Also thanks  especially to everyone one who wrote articles, quotes, sent in photos, artwork and ideas for the first issue. Keep them coming in for the second issue! I’ve updated the I Want To Help page with suggestions and where to send them to.

Don’t forget to donate to SMIRA! I did my donation today.

http://smira.org.uk/index.php/support-smira

https://mydonate.bt.com/charities/smira

If you have any suggestions for SM related chrities/groups to feature in future issues please let me know findingourvoices@outlook.com

This next week I’m going to start sending the magazine out to schools, doctors surgeries, the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists and any other suggestions people come up with.

I’ll also be carrying on the the #100HappyDays photo challenge. I’m putting a new photo up each day on the blog so check them out and feel free to join in and share some of yours. My photo for today is going to be the new Lee Child book. I haven’t read a book for ages!

 


 


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