Thank you for the encouragement, Sharon. The women that write their stories are indeed courageous. Many have had to relive the pain of the experience in order to write. I’d love to hear more about the exhibition if you’re happy to share. I’m hoping to be in Geneva next summer but there probably won’t be an exhibiiton when I visit so I’m keen to learn about what is being shown. How did you find the site?
Thanks again, Sharon. I’m sure the women enjoy getting your feedback on their heartfelt stories.]]>
Can’t wait to hear about the exhibition, Yvonne. Please keep us posted. Say hi to Devine too if you catch up.]]>
Hello there…I hope this letter finds you doing really well honey…I leave for Chicago this coming Wednesday. I’m going to the Expo in Geneva for sure, I wouldn’t miss this gift that God gave me. What are the odds of this happening when I had made plans six months ago to come home?
I re-read your post above about not hearing from anybody yet, or receiving the stories. I know we’ve emailed each other and more than likely, you hadn’t updated this section yet…lol…so, I wanted to write to you again before I get all crazy with packing and all, to let you know that you have my full permission to include my story in the expo.
Also, tomorrow I will write to the lady you mentioned who’s put all of this together for the expo. And, to anyone Else’s name I see mentioned in the article, to contact. This is so exciting Cherie!!!
I have not been able to get my printer up and running since my son in law put a new operating system on my computer…ugh…lol…so, I cannot print out my story. But, that’s where the other contacts come in…they can probably do it after I write to them directing them to my site as well.
Ok then, I have to relax a bit tonite. I hope you have a fantastic day today honey.
God Bless You and Yours,
Always a friend,