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Thank you everyone!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yesterday I checked my comments, there was only one. We’ll I was SUPER excited, but just 1. I sent out my post and went to bed. In the morning I checked again and I was THRLLED .
When I read about how people had other people in their family that had a hard time in school, or have dyslexia it makes me feel like I’m not alone. I really love your comments. Thank you again!!!!!!!!

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17 thoughts on “Thank you everyone!!!!!!!!!!!!

  1. I’m so proud of you! My son also has dyslexia. I’m a teacher so I knew that he had it in first grade. There are three other people in our family who have dyslexia. He struggles just like you do, but don’t give up because you are both very smart. You can do great things in life! I see many of my students with dyslexia. You just have to learn differently. I know that it is hard, since I see and live this with my son and students every day, but keep up the good work! Your blog will help so many! I plan on showing my son when he wakes up. He is in the fifth grade. Thanks for sharing.

    Lisa McCoy
    Knoxville, TN

  2. Hi Annabelle, I am so excited about your blog! I will let Audrey read it too. I can’t wait to come and hang out with you! Andy

  3. I assure you, Miss White, you are not at all alone. Thank you for sharing your story here. Do you mind if I share your blog with some of my students? I teach middle school reading intervention. Lots of my kids would be inspired by what you have been through and what you are doing despite all that. Keep it up. You are doing great work here.

  4. I’m so happy to have found this blog since my 8 yr old son is dyslexic. I believe dyslexia is a SUPER POWER and the traditional schools are not prepared or ready for the worlds super kids. Keep up the great work expressing your story….your voice and super powers are needed!!! xoxoxoxoxo

  5. Thank you Annabelle. I home school my 5th grade son. He will certainly enjoy reading this. He has always wanted to write, journal or blog, but is very self-conscious about his spelling. Do you deal with this too? If so any suggestions for him? I am happy that you stepped out to share your life with others – even the hard parts of it, that makes God happy (I believe).

    • I am not the best speller. Yes I do, sound out the words or do a spelling game. If you have any more questions I will be glad to answer them. Did you know that I was home schooled too. Thanks for the comment!!!!
      From Annabelle

  6. Hi, Annabelle! I am very happy to meet you, and I just had to leave a comment on your blog, to tell you what a fantastic kid you are! It takes a very brave person to talk about what makes them different, and to realize that being different does not mean that you are any less fantastic than anyone else.

    My daughter is dyslexic, and I tutor other dyslexic kids. I am going to tell them about you, because like you, they have all experienced some difficulty in school or with their schoolmates, and it is nice to know that you are not alone. I hope that you have a tutor who specializes in dyslexia who can help you learn to read and spell with less difficulty, but if not your mom is always welcome to contact me and I am happy to pass along some information for her. I look forward to hearing from you as you keep up your blog, and remember, it is okay to have bad days, as long as you get it off your chest, pick yourself up and start the next day with a smile and a good feeling. We are all here to support you! Keep up the good work!

    Sheilagh Hooper
    Winnipeg, Manitoba

  7. Hi Annabelle! You are a wonderfully compassionate, smart, and courageous young girl who is leading the way for others who struggle with dyslexia. You are providing them with hope. And that is so important, because dyslexic people have so many gifts to share with the world. Thank you for your courage.

    Laurie Crookell
    Coquitlam, BC

  8. Annabelle you are amazing! I have known your mum now for a good few years through our blogs and so I know how much you and your sisters mean to her. Like others have said you are so brave to open up about your dyslexia and from all the wonderful comments you have had you now know you are not alone. Always be you because you are an inspiration and it is an honor to read your blog! Thank you so much. Jane xxx

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