Sunday, March 23, 2008

Wanna See My Strong Character? Bring it ON!

I just got home after the usual 24 hour marathon Easter event with my husband's family to find that I have just been attacked on my own humble, giving, loving, awareness-provoking blog.

*rolling up sleeves*

Oh, where to begin.
With Mafalda:
i do perfectly agree with you for the puke and vomit part.
i was just wondering:
1) did you ever notice that ASL is a language and you cannot learn a language through a dictionary?
2)did you ever get to know that in italy deaf people sign LIS and not ASL?
3)did you ever think that maybe a russian o bielorussian might sign his/her own sign language which is probably neither ASL nor LIS? (any way there are several km between bielorussia and russia, they are two different countries with different cultures, deaf or hearing)
4)why is the fact that that deaf girl was blonde sounds so important to you? a brown haired chap would have astonished you less?
5)is your conscience really allright with you giving her 10€? i saw another american doing this in the north of argentina, interpreting that tacit request from a native girl that wanted to exchange addresses to become penpals.
i have many more questions also about your feeling of identity, which concerns you long before your child's deaf identity, but i won't go further, i already asked you much and i wonder if you are asking yourself things about yourself sometimes, doing this before acting would be better.
and, last but not least, i'm glad to inform you that nobody is forcing you not to go back with all your family.
deafness itself is a deficit, it is not a desease, illness or sickness.
it becomes a handicap depen to the USA or going on living in this very quaint but insane country called italy.

March 23, 2008 7:40 AM

Mafalda...Thank you for taking the time to post your heartfelt comment. To answer your questions:
1 and 2. Due to the fact that I have no access to a sign language course, despite having tried to find one by contacting the local ENS chapter, I have begun browsing ASL online dictionaries to learn a few signs and just to have an idea of what ASL is like. Obviously, ASL will not help me here in Italy and I am WELL AWARE that LIS is what is used here. People from deafread.com have generously written me off blog to try to put me in contact with a person who could teach Jordan and me LIS, but this person did not respond to my email.

3. Yes, you are correct, she was from Bielorussia, but I said Russia as a generalization, because I am geographically ignorant and it was just easier. I am aware that sign language is not international and I never said she understood what I signed, I just said I made the attempt.

4. Was the fact that she was blonde important to you? I never said it was important to me, the woman was blonde and I was describing her and the event. I'm not so shallow, nor was I astonished, it is not the first time it has occurred.

5. My conscience was divided. The last time this happened, I didn't give the guy anything because seeing a deaf person peddle pissed me off. Not only that, but I felt awkward even posting the fact that I gave her money, because it really isn't anyone's business what I do. However, since I decided to blog the event, I blogged it down to every last detail. One of my MAJOR faults is honesty and wearing my heart on my sleeve. However, if I perform an action, I stand by it, that's called character. I gave her the 10 euro because I know about the trafficking situation, now, and THAT pissed me off more than the fact that she was a deaf peddler...who happened to be blonde.

In regard to the rest, you can ask me any questions you'd like about my identity. After all that I have been through in the past twelve years, I know myself - strengths and weaknesses VERY WELL. I ALWAYS act with my heart before my head, but my heart is very intelligent...not always right, but open and giving.

This statement is extremely naive:
i'm glad to inform you that nobody is forcing you not to go back with all your family. deafness itself is a deficit, it is not a desease, illness or sickness.
it becomes a handicap depen to the USA or going on living in this very quaint but insane country called italy.


Mafalda,
I am trapped in Italy, because Jordan needs to be here at this point in his life. We all make choices in life and I chose to come here eleven years ago thinking that it would be the opportunity of a lifetime to live another culture. Two months later, I was told that my son was deaf. AT THAT POINT I could have chosen to return to the USA, but I chose what was best for our family situation at that time...just as I will ALWAYS choose what is best for my children. Life is not so black and white, you can't just pick up and go when you have kids, especially one who is deaf and speaks Italian...not English.
I find it strange that you consider deafness a DEFICIT? Could you please clarify that term, I have never heard it used on deafread.com. Thank you, Jodi

And now for the ANONYMOUS commenter who called me a selfish bitch, child abuser:

1.better be a peddler than an abuser (who forces babies to get cochlear implants). that's my opinion.

2. HAHAHAHA!
wanna talk about the strength of character??????????????
That bitch forcefully cochlear implanted her son without consulting with him. THAT makes her an abuser. who has a better character?

3. What i'm trying to say is that jodi is rubbing our faces with ci's crap. she can talk about so called "ci" on agbell's site instead of posting it on here. We, deaf, dont give a jack, so dont waste time bragging that your son can HEAR on deafread.com. D-U-H!

First of all, the only reason I am responding to this ANONYMOUS commenter is because other commenters felt the need to defend me, which truly touched me. Apparently, the comments made pissed off the people who read my blog, so I will address them, despite the fact that I generally do not reply to ANONYMOUS commenters.

Anonymous,
My strength of character does not come from the fact that I allowed a surgeon to perform cochlear implant surgery on my son, who by the way, was eight years old at the time. I assumed all responsibilities for CHOOSING the surgery as well as the potential consequences so that my son would NOT HAVE TO when he was older.

I spent the first eight years of his life sweating through four hours a week of speech therapy, struggling to learn a language that was not my own every single minute of every day, trusting my son with doctors, speech therapists, surgeons, teachers, other children and other children's parents during a time when he was unable to express himself adequately. Teaching him to potty train was a two year process and pre-school was hell, I had to leave him screaming at the door and call the teacher every twenty minutes until I was sure he was okay.

I had no rest or stress-release for the first four years of his schooling and studied diligently with him three hours every afternoon of elementary school. I couldn't work or have a social life for eight years, because my world revolved around my son and making sure he had access to a language that WAS NOT MY OWN. Did I care? No, I just wanted him to find himself and be happy.

To make sure he was happy and successful, we enrolled him in swimming lessons where he found peace...soccer lessons to teach him how to be part of a team and socialization skills...music lessons to free his mind and allow him to express rhythm that is an innate part of who he is.

WHY DID HE STRUGGLE SO MUCH FOR EIGHT YEARS????
Because hearing aids did not give him what he needed to bridge the language hump in order to finally express himself!

MY SON'S NUCLEUS 24 FREEDOM PROCESSOR COCHLEAR IMPLANT SAVED ALL OF OUR LIVES.

My blog is here to educate, share and promote awareness. After ten years of losing myself and almost losing my son - yes, LIS would have been useful as a bridge- we are making a comeback.

As DIVIDED said, "She talks about life in general and being a WOMAN."

*I feel like a woman after so many years of struggling just to make it to bedtime.*

As KW said, "Jodi is doing the best she can."

*Yes, I am...and I am having fun, finally, after so many years of shit*

Naomi said,
Anonymous what exactly are you trying to achieve with your comments here? There are many children being implanted today not just Jodi's son. Many of these kids are the next generation of the deaf community. How welcoming is it to these children if you choose to treat their parents in the way you are treating Jodi here in your comments on her blog?

The COCHLEAR IMPLANT together with the help of doctors, therapists, teachers and hours of hard work brought my son from a situation of suffering, temper tantrums, apathy and restlessness to the affectionate, passionate, risk-taking, generous person he is today. (He's still a pain in the ass, but he's growing)

*So yes, I will continue to shove it down your throat if you insist on reading my blog*

And yes...this experience has made me VERY strong, so if you have any other insults or questions...BRING IT ON!

(Geeze, and to think I was planning on blogging something light and easy for Easter!)

36 comments:

Naomi said...

way to go girl! Be strong and proud. Some people just like to be negative, besides this is your blog, it may be linked to deafread but it is here on your blog, no-one is standing there with a gun to their head making them read it!

Divided said...

HAPPY EASTER Jodi! ;)

Anonymous said...

Darn....

I'm jealous that an anonymous called you a bitch girl.

I wanna to be a bitch girl. ;-)

You should be lovin' bein' a bitch.

Let's have a song, "White Ghost" who wanna to be called a Bitch again.....Gonna love it!

Stay strong......give Jordan lots of laugh, live and love, the L3 that you should be.....

Happy RETSAE.

Way to go, girl.

White Ghost

Tales from the CI Gal said...

Your right bring it on!

Your a hell of alot stronger than an anonymous poster. It is so easy to pass judgement on other people. The internet makes it even easier. These people would never come up to you in person, they would be afraid. They live in their protected environments.

My advice for anonymous and negative posters, allow the parents to raise the children. If you think you can raise a child better, then have children raise them and develop them into great citizens and compassion human beings. Your negative posting already shows your lack of both.

Jodi, I support your blog. What you are doing is wonderful. Don't let others try to bring you down. They don't realize that it is very wrong to attack a child! WE mothers protect our children. Also you don't have to explain your choices for Jordan, you are the parent that is enough reason.

Keep it up,
Valerie

Tales from the CI Gal said...

Me too White Ghost,

I want so much just to type Bitch Girl out. If someone comments about my child, they will see a Bitch come out.
Valerie

kw said...

well--you're probably the nicest bitch ever. hahaha! You don't owe anyone any explanations about the choices you have made in life or the ones you are currently making. That's my new motto. So Fuck Them ALL!!

LUV YOU, Kim :-)

Karen Mayes said...

Just got home from friend's house and read the blogs and comments...

Boy. It is sad to see the nasty comments (like Candy's latest blog on oppression...the cowards tried putting fear in you but it did not work. ;o) ) I know that it is due to ignorance which breeds fear and hostility, and which is the reason for the hearing parents to avoid the deaf community... unfortunately.

But I am glad to see you standing up and making it very clear to all of us that you are MOTHER and that you cherish life and family... we already know that for a long time, but this time, hopefully anonymous should get the message and respect you.

Go gal!

Divided said...

great comments kw...you're a bitch!! hahahahaha
fist kiss all bitches!! ;)

Li-Li's Mom said...

Holy cow, what a couple of rotten eggs to find in your Easter basket today, hmmm?

I'm catching up a bit, so haven't yet seen the original thread of scary comments you reference, but I have learned a few signs that might be appropriate for the occasion, Jodi (and you wouldn't find these in an online ASL dictionary, either) :) .

And quite obviously, deaf readers on deafread clearly DO "give a crap about CIs". So keep on bringing it, Jodi!

mafalda said...

thanks for your reply jodi.
let me put geography and peddlers aside for a while.
in the naive part of my comment i really wanted to provoke you indeed. so, it shows you know the bad organization of ens and so on in italy. it would be much easier if only people (both hearing and deaf) believed in bilingual approach, but it's still a long way to go, because we have to fight against ignorance of professionals such as teachers, speech therapists and even doctors which really know and care "very little" about human education most of the times (i mean: yes, we need school to learn things but we need much more to learn life).
families, and mothers above all, have it all on their shoulders and they often try to judge things with their hearts, that i think itself as a noblest thing.
i wish all mothers will always be able to get ALL and ALL THE BEST information before making decisions about their kids and could step apart when the kids' needs are different from their own ones.
i call a deficit something that normally works and it does not: italian bilingualists use it sometimes to explain that deaf are not necessarily handicapped or disabled if they can cope with it through various devices (you know: lipreading, sign language, subtitles, tty, manual alphabet, written languages etc)i really don't care much if it's not used on deafread.com :o) i do prefere this term to dot the I of the concept of "being able to do things despite something that i don't have and i can cope (because i'm strong, i'm intelligent and so on)", to spot a simple lack of something that doesn't jeopadize one's whole being nor is something that needs a cure.
(there will always be people offending you because it's simpler than discussing, but american deaf do it writing in a proper english, or quite, italian deaf wouldn't, read above for my reasons about bilingual approach).
excuse the length of my comments, all my respect to your choises, even if i (as i think you've noticed)don't agree with them.
read you later.

Divided said...

Mafalda...
while I do understand the problems faced in Italy among the deaf and the educational system that is far lacking the understanding compared to USA. I'd like to learn a little more about you. Can you shed the light for some of us who may be curious? Thanks!

Karen said...

Jodi, babe-- it's your life, your blog and you just gotta continue to shine the way you want to. This is your journey and not something that is directed by other's opinions of how it should go.

Enjoy it to the fullest!

Rughy's Mom said...

Hi ya, Jodi!
Your blog is fun.
I feel compelled to put my two euros in at this point. My son was diagnosed with profound bilateral deafness in November, when he was 7months old. The first thing my husband and I did was try to enroll in a sign language course. They told us that the courses had already begun in October, and so it was impossible to admit us. Then, a couple of months later, I met one of the leading proponents of the bilingual method in Rome. I asked her if there was some way to learn LIS asap(with a private tutor, some other course, etc.) She answered that the handful of signs our speech therapist used during their sessions was enough for the time being.
Well, we had to get on with our job as parents and we recognized the urgency of exposing him to a richer language model. So for Mafalda, I guess a lot of things work in theory, but actually making them happen is something else, especially in Italy.
I admire Jodi for her persistence. She wants to learn to sign, for goodness sake. Why not cut her some slack instead of being so self-righteous?
Baci a Jodi e Jordan!

Val said...

You've had over 31000 hits on your blog so people obviously enjoy it. I agree w/ Naomi, why do they click on your posts if they don't want to read? Your son is deaf therefore you have the right to post about that on deafread. Technology has allowed our children to hear, and in most cases hear very well, during all waking hours if they so choose to. Mine take their coil off when being scolded but that's beside the point. I as the parent made the choice to implant my children because a three year old isn't capable of making that decision. I am the parent and I decide what is best for them. They remind me daily that we've made the right choice. All it took was education, dedication, and patience.

Jodi Cutler Del Dottore said...

Morning!!
Naomi...I'm reading you and A - keep going girl. It's amazing how everyone's experiences are different yet so similar. And A, is an inspiration for me. Thank you for your support - you are a very strong voice.

Divided - Your strength is in your experience in the Deaf community and your support for new parents like Christina is what is needed to spread the ASL-CI concept. It's too bad there aren't more people like you present at that first diagnosis, it would go a long way in building that bridge. Thank you, as always for your support and presence.

White Ghost...you are so funny! I need to go search for that song just for you!

Val - You are one of those pure souls who sees the positive in every person, this is what makes you an exceptional teacher and friend. I would like to hang with you over a Starbuck's Brownie Frap...dying for one! Only eight more days and Starbuck's here I come! Thank you, too, as always - and congratulations on your well-deserved BLOG AWARD!!! lotsa love, Jodi

Kim - movin' and groovin' through that tunnel, aren't ya?? Yes, *FTS* is a fine motto. Luv ya back atcha!

Karen M. - Yes, I am MOTHER, hear me wash your mouth out with soap! lol, you have been mia - what have you and Brian been doing?? hugs, Jodi

li-li's mom, yours is one of the most beautiful and open voices on deafread.com and that is greatly appreciated. I am always amazed when I read your comments on a variety of these posts, so I greatly appreciate yours here. Kiss that beautiful girl for me! And let me know when I can steal a video, please...*smile* Jodi

Karen - You are a powerhouse and forerunner...one of those kick-ass women I like to read. Thank you, Jodi

VALLLLLLLLLL!!!! love the new mug, girl! Can you even believe 31,000???? Who are all of these people??? I am having so much fun meeting interesting people with a helluva lot of heart, just like you. You know I love you and your adorable kids. Kiss them for me and I'm waiting patiently for your good news! I miss you and your emails! love, Jodi

Jodi Cutler Del Dottore said...

Hi Mafalda (Lucy from Charlie Brown, right?),
Thank you for your reply, I really appreciate it, as well as your definition of deficit. It's important for me to learn the Italian bilinguilist mechanisms of thinking, as well as the American terminology. What nationality are you exactly? You don't write English like an Italian, yet you know the Italian cultural situation well...I'm confused. I would have written a little in Italian, but I don't know if you would have understood me - and my written Italian fa caccare forte!
Anyway, I say I'm "trapped" in Italy, but I don't feel trapped. I think this is the perfect place at the perfect time to raise my kids and Grosseto is calm enough for me not to lose myself in too many distractions - this makes me a better mother.
The amount of work to be done in this country is overwhelming...let's just take newborn screening - doesn't exist. I would REALLY like to form a project to implement such a program here in Grosseto - Florence is the closest hospital that can perform an ABR. I wonder if there is any way I could propose such a project to the European Community. Know anyone who could help me?
I look forward to your future comments and questions...nice meeting you! Jodi

Jodi Cutler Del Dottore said...

Dear Rughy's mom,
Do I know you?? You're another American living in Italy? Please email me at jodi@rallycaps.net. Thanks,
Jodi

Divided said...

Jodeeeeeeeeeeeee, you are an amazing woman!! I love your words and your insightfulness. You are thoughtful, determined and strong. You find the right words to describe your thoughts, feelings and express them well. Wouldn't it be fun if we all could meet on a beach in Sicily one day (in our hot pink polka dot bikini...err, one piece suit??) and have a blast!!

Mike McConnell said...

Way to go, Jodi. Don't take any crap from them because you know where crap comes from. It's the usual anonymous "hit and run" scaredy cat type of response. Maybe, just once, maybe they can be "brave" enough to show who they are and their names. A make a mental note to remember that name the next time. A challenge that most of those cowards will not even dare try should they do the "hit and run" type of variety of response. Why? Well, they are cowards, Jodi.

:)

Keep it up. You are doing the best you can given under the circumstances.

K.L. said...

Hi Jodi,
Just got back online after the Easter weekend. Nothing like a bit of wild blogging to get the juices flowing. From one bitch mother to another, You Go Girl! The family is the best place for these important decisions regarding our children, not the online community or anyone else. You know you are going in the right direction, and that is all that really matters.

Barb DiGi said...

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Anonymous said...

CARA JODY,COME SAI LA TRADUZIONE CHE E' A MIA DISPOSIZIONE,NON SEMPRE E' IN LINEA CON QUELLO CHE EFFETTIVAMENTE VIENE DETTO,CIOE' E' ALQUANTO APPROSSIMATIVA,MA QUELLO CHE HA CAPITO E' CHE QUALCUNO PRIVO DI PALLE GROSSE SI E' PERMESSO DI SCRIVERTI COSE CHE NON CONOSCE,NE' PER SIGNIFICATO,PERCHE' DIRE CHE TI APRROFITTI DI UNA SITUAZIONE DEL GENERE METTENDOCI IL TUO NOME E COGNOME,LE INDICAZIONI DI DOVE VIVI E DEL PAESE IN CUI ABITI NON MI SEMBRA UN COMPORTAMENTO PROPRIO DI UNA PROFITTATRICE,PIUTTOSTO DI UNA CHE LE COSE LE AFFRONTA DI PETTO,COME NON HA SAPUTO FARE L'ANONIMO IN QUESTIONE,MA ANCHE CHE TALE PERSONA,FORSE SCONVOLTA DALLA SUA INDECISIONE CRONICA,VOGLIA RIVERSARE SU DI TE I SUOI PROBLEMI.
CHE LE PERSONE CHE TI HANNO DIFESA PERCHE' TI HANNO CONOSCIUTA SUL BLOG,VIA VIA CHE TU LO SCRIVEVI ,E' IL SEGNALE DI FIDUCIA CHE I BLOGGER HANNO VOLUTO DIMOSTRARE A TALE ANONIMO,MA ORA CONCEDETEMELO,FATELO FARE A COLORO CHE PERSONALMENTE HANNO COSCIENZA DEL VISSUTO TUO E DELLA TUA FAMIGLIA.
E ORA MI RIVOLGO A TALE ANONIMO:
CIAO A TE ANONIMO,
SONO FRANCESCA,UNA MAMMA ITALIANA DI TRE BIMBI,DUE DEI QUALI SONO QUASI DELLA STESSA ETA' DI GIORDAN.SAI ,A DIFFERENZA TUA ,CONOSCO E HO VISSUTO DA VICINO LA STORIA DI JODY E JORDAN.
AL SECONDO ANNO DI ASILO,QUANDO TUTTE NOI ,DI UN PICCOLO PAESINO DELLA TOSCANA,E DICO CIO' A CHE TU POSSA CAPIRE CHE NON SI VIVE A FIRENZE O A PISA,DOVE CI SONO DELLE STRUTTURE IN CUI ANCHE BIMIBI CON GRANDI PROBLEMI DI SALUTE O FORME VARIE DI HANDICAP(CONSENTITEMI L'USO DI QUESTA PAROLA ) POSSA TROVARE GIOVAMENTO PER I LORO PICCOLI O GRANDI PROBLEMI ,ABBIAMO CONOSCIUTO JORDAN E LA SUA FAMIGLIA,ABBIAMO CAPITO DA SUBITO CHE "LORO" AVEVANO SAPUTO COME AFRRONTARE LA SITUAZIONE.
LA PRIMA FORMA DI CORAGGIO E' STATA PROPRIO QUELLA DI NON INSEGNARGLI L'USO DEL LINGUAGGIO PER SORDO-MUTI.
POTRAI STORCERE IL NASO QUANTO TI PARE BELLO/A MIA ,MA LA PRIMA SALVAGUARDIA CHE JODY HA AVUTO NEI CONFRONTI DEL FIGLIO E' STATA QUELLA DI NON EMARGINARLO ULTERIORMENTE CON QUESTA FORMA DI LINGUAGGIO,CHE I BIMBI POSSONO TROVARE INIZIALMENTE DIVERTENTE ,MA CHE POI,ALLA LUNGA AVREBBE PORTATO AD ESTRANIARE JORDAN DALLE ATTIVITA' E DAI GIOCHI FATTI TRA I SUOI AMICI.
E' CORAGGIO QUESTO NON E' UN'APPROFITTARSI DELLA SITUAZIONE.IN BASE A TUTTO QUELLO CHE E' POI STATO L'EVOLVERSI DELLA VITA DI QUESTO BIMBO ,TI DICO CHE E' STATO MOLTO PIU' FATICOSO E FRUSTRANTE,IN ALCUNI MOMENTI,DOVER AFFRONTARE LUNGHE SEDUTE DAL LOGOPEDISTA PIUTTOSTO CHE FARE UN CORSO PIU' O MENO BREVE DI LINGUAGGIO DEI SEGNI.
PREMETTO,NON VOGLIO OFFENDERE NESSUNO,NESSUNA COMUNITA',MA SOLO QUELLA CHE E' STATA UNA SCELTA FATICOSA E RIVOLUZIONARIA ,RISPETTO A QUELLA CHE IO REPUTO COMODA E FACILE.....

MA COME VI SENTIRESTE VOI NEL MOMENTO IN CUI UNA VOSTRA AMICA,MAMMA DI UN BIMBO SORDO,MA CON CAPACITA' ULTRA NORMALI,,ALL'ALBA DI UNA SCELTA DA FARE CON SOFFERENZA ,VI DICESSE:FRANCY COSA FARESTI ,LO ISCRIVERESTI TUO FIGLIO SE FOSSE NELLE CONDIZIONI IN CUI E' IL MIO ,ALLE ELEMENTARI?"

DEVI SAPERE,CHE PROPRIO PERCHE' IL BIMBO NON E' E NON SI E' MAI ESTRAENIATO ,SENZA PENSARCI SU' DUE VOLTE HO TROVATO COME UNICA RISPOSTA NATURALE DA DERE A JODY IL:"SCUSA MIA CARA ,TUO FIGLIO E' SORDO NO SCEMO!!!!!"

FATEMI ESSERE PRESUNTUOSA,HO AVUTO RAGIONE,E SONO STATA CONTENTA CHE LE MIE PAROLE SONO SERVITE AL MOMENTO GIUSTO.

MI DISPIACE PER COLORO I QUALI NON VOGLIO COGLIERE IL GRAN CORAGGIO DI QUESTI GENITORI I QUALI NON HANNO COSTRUITO IL SENTIERO PER IL FUTURO DEL LORO PICCOLO FACENDOLO QUANTO PIU' BELLO POSSIBILE,MA ACCESSIBILE SOLO AD UN'UNICA UTENZA(IN QUESTO CASO LA COMUNITA' SORDO-MUTA)NON HANNO ATTORNIATO QUESTO SENTIERO DI BELLE PIANTECHE ,IN QUALCHE MODO .POSSONO ABBELLIRGLI IL CAMMINO,MA CHE COL LORO CRESCERE GLI POSSONO PRECLUDERE LA VISUALE DEL MONDO OLTRE QUESTA SIEPE.NO,LORO HANNO LASTICATO IL CAMMINO E LO HANNO FATTO NON SOLO CREANDOGLI E CREANDOSI IL CAMMINO PIANO,CI HANNO VOLUTO BIVI E SCALE......E VETTE DA RAGGIUNGERE....E TETTI DEL MONDO DA CONQUISTARE.

NON E' PER CREARE ALTRO SCONVOLGIMENTO,MA PER PURA CONOSCENZA DEL SIGNIFICATO CHE QUESTA FAMIGLIA HA DATO AL LORO CAMMINO CHE TI DICO,SMETTILA CON LE TUE POLEMICHE........ALTRIMENTI LE FARAI ULTERIORMENTE PUBBLICITA'.

E MI SA CHE NON E' QUESTO QUELLO CHE TU VUOI,VERO?


BACI FRANCESCA VELLA (ALIAS BIONDOGRANO)

Jodi Cutler Del Dottore said...

Francesca,
Sono senza parole. Veramente. Ti voglio bene ed ogni volta che mi lasci un commento rimango per come tutta la nostra storia ti ha colpito. Sei sempre stata una grande amica con una voce positiva ed espressiva. Ti voglio tanto bene...ne parleremo domani.Jodi

JS said...

Jodi, I find your blog one of the most engaging and enjoyable ones to read. It strikes me as goofy that some people have nothing better to do than to offer truly vacuous criticism.

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