Published: Tuesday, April 15 2008 12:00 a.m. MDT
Dooce is real and that's what makes her great. She reminds me a lot of my
friends and me. Love her blog.
I have been reading Heather's blog since shortly after she was fired from her
job in 2001. She has been an inspiration to me over the years and always
hilarious, poignant, and real. Go Heather!
Love this blog. Whenever I make the pilgrimage from Park City to visit IKEA, I
keep and eye out for Heather hoping for the chance to thank her for the
entertainment and insight I get from her blog.
I love this website. Heather is just "spit my coffee out funny" and her
photographs of the dogs are the highlight of my week. Sometimes, when I am
feeling grumpy I just look at Chuck - and I can't help but smile :)I
deeply value her authentic voice and her courage to speak from heart. Thanks for
featuring her in your paper.
Wouldn't this world be a boring place if we were all the same and all had the
same interests? Wouldn't the internet be boring if blogs were all about the same
thing? Not only is the internet "free", but we live in America, so if you don't
like it - change the channel, click on another website.Crazy You -
no child ASKS to be born or brought into this world. What child asks to be born
a crack addict, or starving and poverty stricken. I think that telling stories
about her child is not only her right, but it's far better than beating her,
posting pornographic pictures of her or selling her as a sex slave - all of
which happen in this miserable world.To the haters: There are TONS
of things you could be complaining about other than one woman's opinions posted
on a website that happens to be popular.Get over it. Free will,
folks. That's what life is all about.GO DOOCE!!!!! You ROCK! m/
I think I'm a triplet! Heather, my sister-in-law and I must have all came from
the same womb! We all think so much alike! She is truly a soul mate to anyone
with a slightly twisted way of looking at life and the wacked-out people in it.
She is truly loved in our family!
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