Friday, March 27, 2009

Everything You Wanted To Know About Fair View Sue But Were Afraid To Ask*

*Is right here.


Thonnibg said...

This was an incredible interview!
You are already a star,Sue!:)

DTNZ,Sean knows his sweet Sue is out of her mind:)lol

Thanks for sharing!

Sue said...

Thanks Toni! Yeah, Sean knows there is something very strange about his Susie, but he wouldn't have it any other way!!!

Stan said...

It was great to learn more about you Sue. As somebody who has lost close to 75% of my closest friends and loved ones to AIDS I thank you for whatever work you have done to fight this devastating desease.

Sue said...

You are most welcome Stan. That is exactly why it was really hard for me to leave my job after my aneurysm because I knew I was saving lives. I had met and saw the patients I was helping and they really touched me. I had dedicated my life to fighting the deadly diseases of AIDS and Cancer. That is why I stuck with it for four tortuous years after my surgery in denial of my fatigue until I just physically collapsed and could not go on. I am so glad that you understand that. It really means a lot to me. I appreciate it more than you can know.

YvesPaul said...

Great interview. I'm glad I've had the honor to meet Lady Fairview and our favorite body part of a man is very much the same!

Sue said...

Thanks Paul - great minds think alike!!!

Anonymous said...

Ive read you blog for a long time Sue and it was very generous of you to share more of your life then you already have.
I also worked in Hiv/aids for many
years as a volunteer (buddy support) and as Im inclined to be addicted I put my all into it but unfortunately with job etc it eventually caught up to me
after 10 years so I had to quit. Odd thing is Sue I always felt guilt for leaving. Never could figure that out.
In any case you are indeed a lady of many facets and I hope life brings you nothing but the best and please continue your art if at all possible. Im envious of your talent.

Your put your shoes on friend

Sue said...

Thanks for your comment "shoes"! I am having problems continuing my art and it bothers me that I have this gift and am not using it. It used to be fun to draw and now it is not. I have to figure out how to make it fun again.

I have seen people who work closely with AIDS patients burn out like you did. Maybe you could take on a role that is more removed from the patients, but still contributes to the cause and that would lessen your guilt from leaving.

Thanks for your well wishes for me.