Thank You Adam (and lovely wife)

As we near the end of the year and Christmas is a time for reflection I wish to take this opportunity to thank Adam for all his hard work in creating and managing this site (With the support of his lovely wife I’m sure).

I’m sure that I speak for everybody in our “I have UC” community if I say that I have greatly benefited from this website and I’m happy that I have the opportunity to offer my advice and experience to any newbie with UC.

Good on you Adam.

Have a great Christmas and a happy new year.

All the best,

Getting colitis just means things are different for a while – it always gets better.

written by Peter NZ

submitted in the Colitis Venting Area

8 thoughts on “Thank You Adam (and lovely wife)”

  1. Thanks Peter!!!!

    So nice of you, I will definitely tell my wife you mentioned her! Take care, and have a great rest of 2011, and I hope the earthquakes don’t rattle you guys down there in NZ too much this week….


  2. Yes, I agree with everything Peter said. You’re wife probably gets sick of you on the computer all the time, but we’re glad you do what you do!


    1. thanks Blake,

      It might be hard to imagine, but if it wasn’t for people like you who contribute to the website, the whole thing wouldn’t exist(or at least it wouldn’t be much fun if it was only on person’s story)

      Have a great rest of 2011!

      Geez, you’ve got to be 3 weeks post surgery by now right!!!!! Congrats on that again Blake!

  3. Yes a big thank you to Adam and all fellow UC ers. We can turn to this website when we need help and advice. A happy, healthy and prosperous 2012 to all.

    1. Hey Uma,
      Thanks so much, I can’t tell you how great it is to see your comments on the website so often! You are one of the original users of IHAVEUC, and all of the advice and help you have provided over the years is SUPER valuable.

      Have a great rest of 2011 and I hope you are excited for 2012 which is just around the corner.

      THANKS UMA!!!!

  4. I’m new to the site, but not new to the disease. The website is a godsend! I check in periodically now, and it really eases my mind knowing I can reach out to others who are experiencing the same/similar symptoms as I am.
    Thanks Adam!

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