Introducing whom?


Just to check in with you: are you reading this? Where are you? How did you find me?

Please drop me a line at avidalegria@gmail.com or leave me a comment here. Just say hi and introduce yourself.


~Ai Lu


Tip Toe Through the Tulips said...

Hi there Ai Lu,

I found your blog off of another ED Recovery - oriented blog...cannot recall which one though.

I'm in AZ, USA. Actively working on recovery from an. Fun stuff.

Glad to have discovered your blog; I ejoy your musings.

Mindy said...

I found your blog on blogroll over at The F Word. I'm in the Philadelphia, PA area. I spent 20 of the 37 years of my life trying every diet imaginable, only to gain more weight than I lost. So, last year I said goodbye to diets and eat good food and feel better than I've felt in years, both physically and emotionally.

Ai Lu said...

Tip Toe:

I have only been to Arizona once but I remember it at a very stunning place, with the mountains and desert.

As for recovery, here here! Best of luck in your journey, and know that there can be an end to eating disorders. :) I hope to hear from you again soon.

I can't access your profile on my computer. Any hints?

Ai Lu

Ai Lu said...


Thanks for checking in.

Your diet-free life sounds wonderful and very sane. Congratulations for kicking the diet habit!

I just visited your blog and saw the Omnivore's 100 list -- I couldn't resist printing it out and sitting down to circle and cross things out by hand. I wonder how many of the things I've happened across, especially in my last few years. I love seeing what other people are reading (and eating).

Take care,
Ai Lu

Tip Toe Through the Tulips said...

Oops - I fixed it! Tanks for the heads up :)

eep said...

Hello hello,

This is Carol (let me know if that needs further clarification)... I saw your link to your blog on your facebook profile, I was intrigued, and then I got sucked in to your lovely writing! I've greatly enjoyed reading about your adventures abroad, cooking, and knitting. I'm learning a lot about eating disorders as well - I feel like peer education training taught me about so many things but really didn't talk about them at all.

So... yes. Trying my best not to be a lurker. Thank you so much for brightening up my day a little bit everyday! I hope that we get to see each other in person sooner rather than later.

:-) Carol

Lisa said...

I ... honestly don't remember how I found your blog. I've found most of the recovery and body acceptance blogs I read over on The F-Word, so that's probably it.

I'm a 21-year-old anthropology major who's currently at a pretty good point in her recovery from anorexia. People are absolutely fascinating.