Marco Thylo Thygiving And Glanding Along, Let’s Dish!
To our American readers, Happy Thygiving. may your thyroids gland calmly in the canyon today.
Before we get started, that sounds so seminaree, please pardon the rather jacked font issues we’re having on the site. I think the site’s hyperthyroid. One day, the font is Georgia, the next it’s Times New Roman. We are in the process of resolving these issues. Kindly give us a few days. Thank you for your patience. My apologies for the inconvenience.
We are still continuing our Dear Thyroid Local Meet Ups. In fact, we’ve added two new cities. The online support and community that we’ve created as a family is outstanding. Offline support has enormous power, too. It brings us closer to each other and makes us feel less alone, evidenced by the Pembroke, MA meet up. Please join us. Email Katie@dearthyroid.com and provide me with your location and email address. I will connect you with Dear Thyroidians in your city. One meet up can lead to monthly meet ups and support groups. How exciting is that?!
We’ve just launched “Wearing My Disease On My SleeveÃ¢”ž¢“, an endeavor that we believe will further our collective objective, to drag our asses out of the Thyloset, empower ourselves and change the face of thyroid diseases and cancers. I believe in us, and our collective power to invoke change. Who wants in?!
We’ve revised our “About Us” page, which includes our Positioning Statement and our Mission Statement. I digress, please forgive the jacked font and spacing issues, we’re working on it.
We have a very exciting new kind of Meet Up that we’re deploying, created by two of our very own community members, Lolly and Billie. They’ll be sharing with us shortly.
In December, we are launching a really exciting Blog Tour hosted by Dear Thyroid called “Thyoliday Blues and Truths”. We’ll be introducing the community to some kick ass bloggers in the thyroid disease and thyroid cancer communities. If you’re interested in participating, we’d love to have you! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. (Special Thanks to our good friend @leahjones for this thytastic idea.)
Searches to be posted next week. As you can see, lots of change in the Gland Canyon continues, but it’s pretty damn good change, donchya think?