Thursday, May 13, 2010

Celebratory Society

Think of this as the most interesting delurking project you'll ever participate in. After giving back to others at the Celebratory Society, I have decided to participate in it myself. You can understand the project in full by clicking here, but in brief, the Celebratory Society is an online festschrift for a blogger--a way for you to tell me what my blog or actions mean to you. But this isn't about me--this is about you too. And I would love it if you returned to your own blog, started your own Celebratory Society post, added it to the main project list, and gave me the opportunity to tell you


  1. I get to be first! Your ears might have been itching yesterday because another blogger mentioned that she had just found a new blog and said it was called "Spermination Station" and I said, "oh, I already know her and she's very cool." You have to be if you grew up with Pink :-)

  2. Um this is my first tome to your blog, but I have seen you comment alot and thought what a cool name. So here I am and a new fan. Adding you to my blogroll now. I read a few of your posts and you are very cool. Look forward to reading and best of wishes for the upcoming IVF. That pic of your mom is awesome by the way.

  3. I just adore you...and your heart. You are so honest and raw and full of emotion...and well you should be.

    I hope this is the start of a long and lasting friendship...because I fully intend on supporting you all the way! :)

  4. Hi Kakunaa,

    I haven't been acquainted with your blog for long. I think it was April ICLW, when we first 'met', and I returned the comment after you had put in yours...but then I saw you writing beautiful messages for me even after the ICLW was over, and I came back to explore what your Spermination Station looked like. Needless to say, it gives me the diversity I enjoy in the rainbow of IF blogs that I tend to frequent.

    Glad to know you.

  5. I just found your site, and am glad to be your newest follower. Writing has been a wonderful release for me, and reading the stories of others has been just as powerful in helping me realize that I/we are not alone. My lover is also azoo - we got the diagnosis a year ago after 18 months of trying.

    Thank you for writing. Thank you for sharing your story, and your pictures, and your thoughts and your beautiful self with us. I'll be back again soon :)


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