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On top of the world.

Much of my work these days involve the color purple for my Fibromyalgia Awareness and other purple ribbon illnesses. Much of my wild ideas are based on originally thought of awareness concepts I started since 2007. Many of these ideas have been copied by MANY organizations for other conditions as well. All my online campaigns have been volunteer work for that cause. If you see an awareness idea or concept there’s a huge chance it’s one I had already created.

Unlike other’s I’m not known to show my face or real identity much. Unfortunately, this has lead to copy right rip offs and other’s benefiting, inclusive one person won an award!

I have no need for so much attention, but rather enjoy the work that I do that has helped many world-wide, not just people in the United States.

I’m pretty sure you know of my work in one or another and are unaware of its original ¬†creator. Maybe, that will change someday, if not the ultimate goal has been made — to change lives.


What do you think?

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Written by Coquiunlimited


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    • I wasn’t offended, just curious and thought it was funny. Thank you for explaining and correcting it. I too have done the same, at least here we can change it! I post someplace else for the exact same reason to mentioned above down voted someone from a charity!!! I didn’t notice for days and when I did it was irreversible and anyone snooping around can see it! I have felt horrendously ever since about it. ?

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            Because of these damaged cells, patients with Batten disease suffer progressive neurological impairment, which includes:

            Visual impairment/blindness
            Personality and behavior changes
            Loss of motor skills and the ability to walk, talk and communicate
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