Thank You

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Feel-Goodies® have been in development for quite some time. There are many people, projects and resources who have inspired the development of Feel-Goodies.

I would like to thank spiritual teacher and counselor, Becky Loving who has continually supported me in my creative edeavors. Recordings of her classes in the teachings of Feminine Law are available online for free. There are also albums available for sale.

Feel-Goodies Character by John Kimball.

A special thank you to John Kimball, who made some incredible cartoon drawings for the first Feel-Goodies® app that we have encorporated into the logo.

I am grateful for Irwin Zucker and the Book Publicists of Southern Calilfornia. We were first going to call the project “Feel-Goodisms.” At the Chicago BEA booth, Irwin came by and said “Someone was looking for your Feel-Goodies” which set off a light bulb and the product’s name. Irwin is the quintessential publicist and a magician when turning a phrase.

LiquidWeb hosting provides fantastic human support 24/7 by Americans who are truly heroic in their efforts to suppor their clients.

CyberChimps Themes have been used to create this website. The company helped with adapting the WordPress Theme to match the Feel-Goodies color scheme.

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We couldn’t imagine the Feel-Goodies® website without the fabulous photos, drawings and graphics by Pixabay contributors who find beauty in the every day and share it with the world. Pixabay talent make their artwork available for free to publish and view.

When we created mobile apps for hundreds of devices it was accomplished with the help of Alan Lysne and the Cascada Breeze platform, a truly amazing development for app developers.

The development of the Feel-Goodies Alexa Skill would not have been accomplished without thes support of the Amazon Alexa forum and community. It turns out that the early JavaScript code we needed to make the mobile versions of Feel-Goodies® was easily adapted to JavaScript Node for the Amazon Alexa Skill set. Amazon provides up to one million free hits a month through Amazon Web Services.