Your Name (required)
Your Email (required)
Dear Sue, I do so enjoy your blog. Thanks. Hélène.
You did a post to facebook a little while ago that featured a vintage photo of a
lady adorned with accessories and a quote by Emile Zola ” Being an artist and
living out loud.” Can you please tell me where you sourced this image from?
Was it a web site? Keen to check it out, thanks, Deb
Hi Deb – I don’t recall this precisely – do you know how to do a google image search, ie. to find the origin of an image you already have online?
SUPER MEGA THANKS SUE!!!!! I came across you and your wonderfully stimulating quotes on fb, completely by accident & totally by chance & feel totally inspired!!! Sincere heartfelt gratitude for your kind, upfront, & generously spirited words & your wonderfully inspiring remarks!!! You’ve certainly put a huge smile on my face, on this very needed few days off work, having done day 2/3 mega intensive/urgency door to door media sales training Wednesday (with sooo many youngsters more than half my age, lol, hahaha!!!) My calves are sighing/singing+++, lol, but it’s wonderful to be out & about in this sunny spring come summer weather and I’m really looking forward to becoming more physically fit (roll on 2 weeks time, lol!!!) Can’t believe that I’m also even contemplating that I cannot wait to get back into doing training laps in the swimming pool too hahaha!!! How fab to inspire others & hopefully get those way too many sheeple on a positive mind track set . . . after all you get what you give – let us hope that more people will soon wake up & realize this!!! :-)
recently a friend forwarded me a cartoon that you posted with a quote from Gandi. I wanted to print it in our 12th step qyuarterly newsletter and then thought, i should mreally obtain permission first. may I do so?
thank yiu, looking forward to your repy (only about 500 peope read it if we are lucky and it is ony distributed anonymously within our fellowship)
all good, Bonnie – go for it
Hi, simply…I like you. Admire your style and have a yearning for much of the same.
I look forward to gaining reflection and inspiration here at your pages. Thank you kindly,
thanks, Alicia xo
hi sue….like your site….I love you….your goat in the tree…is nice….the dear thing is probably wishing it could sprout wings and fly…can’t yet come up with a bright thing to entitle the cute picture..richard
I have no idea who you are so will you please remove yourself from my Facebook account otherwise I shall report you to Facebook
I have no idea who YOU are, and you need to ‘unlike’ my page if you don’t want to see it appear on your newsfeed. Or alternatively, your friend settings are such that you see everything your friends ‘like’ in your newsfeed and that apparently includes me. Please learn how Facebook works before you go reporting pages. Thanks. xo
It was great to come across your blog and author page. I write too (or try to) and much of what you have on here really gels with my own beliefs. I wish you success with your books and I hope to read your first sometime. Thanks.
Thanks, Shirley. xoxo
This is the first time I have received your blog since I registered with you quite some time ago. I also don’t seem to be receiving many of your posts to Facebook. Any ideas?
Today’s blog was right on for me. Thank you.
Hi Alene – my blog writing is spasmodic, so depending on when you signed up for the blogs, there may not have actually been any until this one. As for Facebook, it’s a right pain in the a***… Facebook is not feeding page posts into as many fans’ news feeds. It’s very frustrating for all page owners at the moment. If you click on the ‘Like’ button on the actual page, you’ll get some settings options that can ensure you get all the posts. xo
As a member of the Baha’i Faith, I was overjoyed to see a quote from Abdu’l Baha posted on Facebook today! Thank you!
today I visited your website the first time and I read the motto: “New beginnings are often disguised a painful endings.”
It makes me smile, to see that I’m open for the new age. Where the only way is to come to rest and inner peace and love.
So thanks a lot.
Kind regards from Germany
Just wondering if you are related to the Fitzmaurices in Newport gwent .
Annie Michael Fitzmaurice kingsway Newport
Take care moe.
Hi Moe – we are related to the US Fitzmaurices, back 5 or so generations I believe, although I don’t know any personally. We all hail from County Kerry. xo
Sue, I purchased your e-book “How to grow your FB page” on September 14, but none of the saved emails takes me to a link for signing back in. I’d be grateful if you could lead me back in so I can get to work on that little spark inside that wants to grow larger! Many thanks.
Chapel Hill, NC US
Hi Jan – sorry, have only just got your message – my apologies – did you ‘sign in’ to start with and create a password? If not, I can do all that for you. Is this the email you use? s.
I have posted an original essay on my blog entitled, “Five Ways President Kennedy Made a Difference.”
The essay is here:
Its theme is in keeping with the inspirational message of your offerings. Would you be interested in reposting?
Jack T. Scully
I am a member and signed up for the Facebook course a little while back. My current email address expires shortly and I am planning to receive my emails through a new address and have been unable to find where to update my information and or change my password etc.
Could you direct me on how to do so.
Hi Robyn – I’ve emailed you at your infoxchange email address – check your spam folder if you can’t see it. regards, Sue.
I saw your name on my cousin’s Facebook page and became curious about your writings, so I read some and found out a little about your background. Forgive me if I ask some dumb questions (it’s better to ask some dumb question, then do something dumb) so here goes.
My maiden name is Fitzmaurice, and I have done extensive genealogy on the family from their days in County Kerry and their immigration to the U.S. I know that many Fitzmaurices also went to Australia and New Zealand.
I was wondering if you had ever attempted to trace your ancestors back to Ireland. If you had I would love to know about them. Perhaps we’re cousins 40 X removed.
Hi Sandra – almost certainly a lot less than 40. My dad is the family expert and has EVERYTHING… well, a LOT. Can you message me on my Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/SueFitzmauriceAuthor and I’ll message you back his email address.
I would like to get a HD version of the Juan Jose Mendez “Don’t tell me you can’t” photo credited to your website. My son Sean has Cerebral Palsy and we started racing last year, inspired by Team Hoyt, Ainsley’s Angel’s, Walking with Kyle Peasey foundation, Team Maddy, Team Long all assisted athletes and inspirational people. I loved the photo and it would make a great motivator to get me off my butt and run and race. Thank You just dad steve
Hi Steve – feel free to download and use however you wish. xoxo
I was wondering about a picture o. Facebook of 5 women holding hands running on the beach. Do you know where that was taken, and what year. My Mom is the last one on the right!!!
Seriously?! That’s so cool! Wow, I have searched for the origin of that, but no joy… I love that photo – it’s one of my faves! xoxo
Maria, I have tried to find the origin of that picture of the six women running on the beach. My five friends and I look amazingly, and I might add, eerily like those women.
Is there anything you can tell me about them?
I wish I could include a photo of us in this email.
Hi Sue , What a lovely surprise I’ve just come across your facebook and website how wonderful. I’m nursing In Palmerston North , would love to catch up I will forward your details to Lisa she’s in Peshwar at present xx
Hey! Cool to hear from you – will email you! xo
Hello Sue. Just seen one of ur quotes come up on a friends statys on Fb. Its not the quote so much U was interested but your surname. My Grandad was a Fitzmaurice plus its my Mums maiden name and also my aunts. Its not very often I see it. Lots of Irish names are more common in different counties. Am not too sure where Fitzmaurice is the most common but myfamily are from Co. Kerry. And I know it was a Fitzmaurice family built the Castle in Ballybunion. Owned by the Bunyans but the spelling got changed somehow. Ballybunion is a beautiful seaside resort in Kerry which we live only 5 miles from. I just wondered if you know your family’s origin? Who knows, we could be related! Ha ha! Regards. Jacqueline Scannell-Hardy. Scannell is a Limerick name but common in Cork as well. Bit more information for you. Lol.
Hi Jacqueline – yes, I do! And I’ve been twice now to Ireland (I live in New Zealand), and to Ballybunion. Do you know your cousin Catherine in Cork? She is very much a family historian, as is my father here, and also another cousin Sue who’s now in France. I will email you! xo
I found your website while I was doing some research on the Irish name Maurice. My husband was adopted and he recently found out that his birth mother was of Irish decent and that she had named him Jeffrey Maurice. We were thinking that Maurice might be a family name. Do you know if there is a connection between people name Fitzmaurice and Maurice?
Not anywhere in the last several hundred years at least. xo
Received yours about ‘My Daughter’. Apologies, hadn”t realised as it came from a post onto my Facebook page. Much thanks, hope you’re not offended by my using it.
Hi Martin – I don’t mind people using stuff as long as they add a URL from source. Thanks. xo
Hey there, Sue
Here’s another Fitzmaurice “tracker”. Just wanted to reach out from Georgia,USA to someone who obviously knows how to spell my name.
Hi Jane – wow, Georgia! Nice to meet you! xo
Loved the Purple Door you recently posted on FB stating Don’t wait to wear purple be eccentric now! Could you refer me to where to get a copy of this picture? Thanks!!
Hi Sue, Just stopped by to let you know I’ve featured your book in my most recent newsletter http://susangammage.com/newsletter-for-loftiness-170 and made it available in my bookstore http://susangammage.com/bookstore ! Hope the exposure generates more sales for you!
BTW – I LOVE your banner (Trying God’s Patience since 1962)! I can really relate!
Hi Susan! Thanks so much! 😉 Will visit your page. xoxo
Hi Sue! Vivian, the admin of Silver Lining of Your Cloud recommended that I contact you about being a part of the IPOG group. It would be an amazing opportunity that I would greatly appreciate. I am a self-help author. Here is my facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rebekah-Harkness/196892067129702 .
I would be very humbled to be a part of your IPOG group. I would definitely be an active, helpful member. Thank you so much for the consideration. I hope to hear from you soon. Much appreciated.
Hi Rebekah – yup, the admin committee did approve this a while back, but I know Viv has had other things on her plate… message me on my Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/SueFitzmauriceAuthor and I’ll give you the link for the group. xo
I was just curiosity about your last name it is my last name ????
I just read your post on depression; thank you, it put the subject in a nice context. I want to throw in a couple of things that helped ameliorate my depression.
SLEEP QUALITY: After interviewing me as a new patient, one of my doctors began to suspect a problem in the _structure_ of my sleep. A sleep study proved him out. Better sleep — not just more sleep helped me some. (Of course, this ties back to exercise, which improves the quality of your sleep too.)
ACUPUNCTURE: Some of my depression is tied to multiple sclerosis. I found an acupuncturist who focused on improving cognitive function; when that worked, it also lessened the depression substantially.
Thanks, David. Actually I also had some acupuncture for restoring the energy flow in my liver and kidneys too. Thanks for adding. xo
I would love to do a one stop shop. Is it possible to buy your book & 10-day vision & purpose Course together on pay pal?? I am a wee bit techy challenged lol. Love your page so much. Opening & awakening happening everyday I read. Cheers.
Hi Laurie – would be happy to do that for you. I will message you via the email address you’ve used here. xo
I was directed to your site through a random click – I know nothing happens by chance 🙂
Anywho – I noticed you had a webinar on “The 9 Aspects of Purpose” which intrigued me. Why? Because I wrote a book called “Your Second Fifty” and that is one of the more interesting questions for those entering their second fifty.
Which inspired me to write you because I felt you had something of value to share on the documentary. Here is the link to the trailer http://www.yoursecondfiftydocumentary.com
If this interests you please send me an email at email@example.com so we can discuss this in greater detail.
If not, may I wish you continued success 🙂
Thanks, Frank – I’ll take a look. xo
Hi Susan – I don’t send out a lot of blogs – will try to knock one out today, so see if you get it – hopefully you’re on the list. xo The 10-day course starts 1 May but you can sign up any time prior to that. xo
Sue – I LOVE your work and enjoyed the videos. I purchased your program perhaps a year and a half ago. I just attempted to log in but I get an error message that states my login name and or e-mail address is invalid. How can I go about fixing this. I am very eager to log back in
Hi Yolanda – can you tell me the name you purchased the course with, as I can’t find you in the system. s.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *