Hey there,
My name is Julie and I am trying to raise awareness of ME/CFS whilst helping fellow sufferers with my own experiences. I have made a few different posts since joing mom bloggers a few days a go, to try to think of ways that we can help eachother spread the word of our own ventures.

What I was hoping for, is to get as many mom blogger members to help raise awareness of ME/CFS by sending out a short simple message to their twitter accounts facebook accounts emails or any other social networking method you can think of. In return I will gladly advertise your blog/web site on my sons website, where I have my "ME CFS and I" blog. His website is called youranswerswithin.com and the sweetie that he is, has dedicated a page for me to offer a place to advertise friends websites who help me spread the word in raising awareness for ME/CFS. The page is called "my little helpers" ( feel free to have a look)

If you would like to advertise on the "my little helpers" page, then please send me your website url (via this discussion post) and a 200 max character description of your site. If you have a small to medium sized HTML banner please send the HTML code along with a 200 max character description of your site.

I am all for karma and believe what goes around will come around so I thankyou all in advance for your help and if I can ever be of help to you please let me know!. The short message that I would like to be sent out via as many means as possible (I wont chase you up for a reciept or anything lol) is as follows.......

----> RT@julieMECFS.Please Re-send this message http://dld.bz/mBZq via all social networks.Do your bit for ME/CFS Awareness.Spread the word <---

Once again thankyou for reading this post and I look forward to hearing from you all
Julie x

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