Saying *Please* and *Thank* you to someone special

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We have a lovely member in our forum, she is always willing to help newbies,she does NOT get paid for it and does it out of the goodness of her heart. She knows what it is like to struggle and has empathy with those of us that are "larger than life"

Those of you that have been on the forum for some time know who I am talking about, she wears a halo :-) and has a blog.

It costs nothing to say please when you request her blog, thats just being darn polite!....the same as saying thank you when she is good enough to PM you with her details.

It costs nothing to be polite, doest it! she is giving up her time to help you guys on here, she does not need your support, she has arrived, its us lot that need her.

Sorry guys, it had to be said!

Daisy x

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    Very well said - britney is awesome for helping and sharing her wealth of experience. 
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    Hear hear.  I haven't been in the forum very long and Britney has shown qualities that I admire and strive to have, including being a true success story.  Thanks Britney!  
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      Right that's it i need dermablend my face is really red im so embarrassed Auryn thankyou so much good luck for your journey x
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    Thanks guys for supporting this post x

    Credit be given where credit is due for *B*.

    I dont want to bang on about it, but I would have gone off

    course plenty of times if it were not for her support and I

    know its the same for quite a few of us on here.

    Sorry *B*....Please dont blush redface 

    Daisy has to go on the *Warpath* when something is not right! mad

    Daisy x

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