Tuesday, May 10, 2011

A Video Blog...for a Good Reason

Here's what's up:)




Much Love (oh, and sorry for the super long delay in posting!)

11 comments:

  1. I'm so glad to hear you're doing well! I think that it's so great of you to be a part of this documentary and give other young adults dealing with cancer hope, words of advice, and a sense that they are not alone. I'm so excited for you to go on your trip and can't wait to read about your experience when you get back!

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  2. I am so excited they came to video today and I can't wait to see it all when they finish!

    You have certainly been an inspiration to me for as long as I have known you and you are most certainly NOT an asshole:)

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  3. So happy for you.
    Documentaries are wonderful for many reasons.
    I was in one "High School" Fred Wiseman.
    Your eyes are sparkling <3,
    Much love
    Andrea

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  4. I think that everyone, patient, survivor, or not, will be able to gain something from listening and watching your documentary. I think it's a WONDERFUL idea - you are already an inspiration to so many of us and I'm positive you will be able to inspire many more through this new development!

    Glad to see you so happy. <3

    Julie

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  5. That is amazing, you are amazing and this is a great forum for you to share your experience:) Your smile is beautiful and I am so glad it is REAL:) miss you and think of you often!! spf 50 is good for you, pale is in!!
    xoxo go for it!!
    Hugs
    Christie

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  6. You are awesome and can't wait to see the finished product. You look beautiful, love the hair! Have a wonderful time on your big adventure and don't forget the sunscreen. If they made SPF 100 I''d make you wear it !! xoxo CAL

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  7. THAT'S WHAT'S UP!!! and you look so beautiful Laura xoxo

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  8. I've followed your blog for a while now...and am so happy to read about the "after" survivor "stuff" that transplant pts go thru because you're absolutely right, there's not much out there, and this is a process I'm just beginning.
    You are an inspiration!
    As a side note - I live just outside of Estes park and hope you have an opportunity to check out the Stanley hotel while your there!
    looking forward to hearing about your continued journey.
    Sending healing thoughts...

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  9. YEAH! this is fab, are you kidding me! i so want to see this documentary and they better put it on some great channel we all have access to! or i'll just have to buy it, is that possible? YEAh, PALE IS IN, unless its expensive tanning cream from Blue Mercury. :o) you are a freaking NATURAL in front of a camera, so if you get discovered and disappear from this east coast area, i'm gonna be completely disappointed, but i'll say, "there's my girl Laura on tv!" .... hahaha! i'm rambling, sorry, just excited for you! lastly, i was gonna tease you later about that frame in the video off to the right, that i thought just hadn't had a photo put in yet, when i realized, through squinting and straining, it actually SAYS SOMETHING GREAT.
    you rock, esposto.
    go with your bad self, be an inspiration. (or continue with it, as the case may be.)
    xoxoxox

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  10. Kristin GambesciaMay 17, 2011 at 12:40 AM

    this is such an awesome thing you are doing! You look amazing and don't feel weird because it is an honor. You will absolutely love rock climbing. It is a liberating absolutely free feeling experience. Good luck in all you do!!

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  11. Hi from Texas--and congrats! This sounds exciting! Hope you have a blast in CO!

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