Through her blog, Ann Coleman has learned how to reject her inner critic and speak her mind, not only in her posts, but also in person. “My blog has brought me many gifts, but that is by far the one I appreciate the most.”
via A Blogger’s Voice — Discover
SOURCE: One Blog For Me
Everyone has a story!
What’s your story?
Why did you create a blog?
My webmaster created a blank blog for me in 2010 after I started a web page to help people learn about the most humble animal of all the donkey.
What does your blog mean to you?
Personal, deep, God, Educational, Networking, Sharing the ups and down of our life.
What do you hope to accomplish with your blog?
Sharing GOD in Jesus Christ name as I became a christian in 2004. God in Jesus Christ name is real and without GOD I would not be writing to you here today. Education to help stop the abuse of humans and animals. Donkeys need a voice and God chose me to become the donkeys voice in this great big world at this exact moment in time.
Why do I Blog?
I enjoy sharing. I enjoy reading blogs. I enjoy making a lifelong record of all of the wonderful and painful things this great big world has touched in our life. Scars, warrior wounds, emotional, family, my life. My husband is not a blogger. We have been together twenty-five years. He is my very best friend and my husband. GOD knows what he is doing.
Please talk to me, please leave a comment and share why you blog?
Enjoy your life as each day is fragile and precious.
God bless you and your family two and four-legged!
Select Sign the petition to move Anne to a retreat for elephants in France
Transfer lonely Anne from Longleat to Elephant Haven, to be with companions.
26,650 SUPPORTERS IN UNITED KINGDOM
Anne the elephant was rescued to Longleat for rehabilitation on 3rd April 2011 from a life of suffering at Bobby Roberts circus. This was meant to be a temporary respite for Anne to gain physical health to enable her to be transferred to another location where she could be with other elephants.
Elephants are complex social animals and in the wild spend most of their day interacting in social activities. But Anne is alone, and has been since her last friends, Beverly and Janie, died at the circus in the Winter of 2001. She has spent 16 years now in total isolation from her own kind. This will affect her mental well being. Longleat has cared well for Anne but now she needs to be with other elephants.
Elephant Haven in France has agreed to accept Anne if she is to be released from Longleat, into their new elephant Haven, alongside two other elephants. She could be safely introduced to new elephant friends there.
Please sign now to demand Longleat transfer Anne to Elephant Haven in France to be with companions.